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The 7th Day Of July 1777

This song is by King Diamond and appears on the album Abigail (1987) and on the album In Concert 1987: Abigail (1990).

Count de LaFey uncovered his cheating wife.
Nine months of loving and sharing....
Oh, it was a bastard child!
How could he have been so blind?!
"No bastard baby will inherit what's mine!"
Another one of her affairs had left him in despair....
So he pushed her down the stairs to die. . .
"No!" she cried. . .

In 1777, on the 7th Day of July. . . .
The Countess broke her neck,
And the embryo came out dead.
Then he burned his beloved wife,
And the embryo he gave a name. . .
"Abigail, you must rest in shame!
Rest in shame!"

Obsessed
With a strange idea,
He wanted to mummify
The girl for the future to find . . . and he did.

So he pushed her down the stairs to die. . .
"No!" she cried. . .
In 1777, on the 7th Day of July. . . .

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