Who Sang Bye, Bye, Missy? King Diamond

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Release information
length: 5:09
producer: King Diamond and Roberto Falcao
membranophone: Mikkey Dee
vocal: King Diamond
mixer: King Diamond and Roberto Falcao
engineer: Roberto Falcao
guitar: Andy LaRocque and Pete Blakk
bass guitar: Hal Patino
lyricist: King Diamond
composer: King Diamond
Tea time Monday night, I was waiting
passing time
Then from the hallway, I saw Mother
in her nightgown
Swaying up the stairs, up the stairs, it
seemed so unreal
I knew Grandma' had sent "THEM"
again, the invisible friends

A little later in the middle of tea we
came close to ecstasy
"THEY" were telling tales from
beyond when Grandma' rose

She opened the door, and there was
Seeing Mother in Grandmother's
chair, she went into tears

Missy was screaming
"What have You done, what have you
done to My Ma", crying louder now
"We better get rid of her, She's too
young anyway", it was Grandma' who

"Bye, bye Missy, be gone forever
The beautiful fireplace in the kitchen
will do"

I saw Missy struggling in Grandma'
wrinkled hands
"Oh No, let me be, Oh No Please No
Grandma' Please
Aagh Grandma' You're hurting me.
Don't touch me or I'll break it, I've got
the tea pot, I'll do it anyway"
I saw liquid spreading, the bloody tea
all over the floor
Now I heard "THEIR" voices, some
kind of demon growls

"THEY" dropped "THEIR" tea cups,
Grandma' stood still
forced by invisible hands, Missy went
down the stairs
As I waved her goodbye, Missy was
sobbing away

Will I ever see her again, Bye bye
Missy, don't be afraid