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Rasputina Gingerbread Coffin Lyrics

Last updated: 10/05/2010 11:00:00 AM

We found an old doll that was out in the grass,
She had special powers, we said a Black Mass.
We sat in a circle all holding hands. The
Doll-bed held together with old rubberbands.

She'll rise,
she'll rise,
she'll rise...

Oh, Lay her down in her gingerbread coffin.
She's so pretty all layed out in white.
Lay her down in her gingerbread coffin.
When we need her, she'll rise to the light...

We looked down at the ground and into her eyes.
Passed around an old teacup filled up with dead flies.
Surprise, surprise!
Were brought but not used, a collection of knives.
We'd remember this moment for all of our lives.

She'll rise,
she'll rise,
she'll rise....

Oh...

Oh...

Oh, Lay her down in her gingerbread coffin.
She's so pretty all layed out in white.
Lay her down in her gingerbread coffin.
When we need her, she'll rise to the light.

Lay her down in her gingerbread coffin.
It's a flickering, beautiful sight.
Lay her down in her gingerbread coffin.
When we need her, she'll rise to the light.

Thanks to Luxi for submitting Gingerbread Coffin Lyrics.



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When We Need Her She'll Rise To The Light | Reviewer: Abi | 10/1/10

I love Rasputina. I originally looked them up because I heard they used an electric cello, and then I found this song. I love it! so creppy and different. very inspirational for my writing, along with My Orphanage :)



^_^ | Reviewer: Elisabeta | 4/14/07

i love this song and the lyrics :) its so creepy and mysterious. definitly one of my favourite songs.



Awsome | Reviewer: Katrina | 4/10/06

This song is so creepy and thats why i like it. Its just so odd. Its my second favourite



Gingerbread Coffin | Reviewer: Anonymous | 5/14/05

I had already heard the song a few times but never payed much attention to the lyrics. Now that I have read the lyrics with the song playing, Ive discovered what a scary song it really is. Something about a freaky doll and an old tea cup filled with dead flies. I think it is a good song but not as good as some of Rasputina's others.