Do You Feel Brave Enough, Aunt Louise?
There’s a face in the window
And I live on the 13th floor
There’s voice coming from the hallway
And I live alone in this house!
Some laughter, a freezing chill
Will this be a night of lying still?
Oh Aunt Louise, come with me
To see who is under the bed
Oh Aunt Louise, please answer me
I think the whispers are in my head
Oh Aunt Louise, walk with me
To scream tonight on a Spellbound Tour
Do you feel brave enough, Aunt Louise?
I’ve pulled the covers to my face
And yet I still feel breathing!
There’s a light under the door
And I lost my electric an hour ago!
Some footsteps, a maniacal laugh
Will there be time to find the light?
Can you not hear all the good wives pleading in innocence?
Up on Gallow’s Hill, at twelve o’clock midnight
There’s a howling by the seaside
And there is not a native wolf in sight!
There’s fluttering of bats, not birds
And the castle doors are bolted tight!
Some chanting, some conjuration
Will my mind be free from fright?
Written by Daniel Ouellette
Guitar: Scott Harrison
Bass: Jamie Sylvia
Vocals: Anne Marie Cleary, Pamela Formica and Daniel Ouellette