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Take me away, don’t leave me like that
Finish me off, or take me out of here
I can’t breathe anymore and no matter how much I scream, you don’t hear me
No matter how much I cry, or hope,
You won’t come

You close your eyes

There are rats that eat up our guts
Roaches that gnaw on our brains
I can’t leave, I can’t cross
I’m afraid of spiders
Despite the prayers, this misery
Keeps increasing

You close your eyes

I hear, but I don’t see
They say you are here
Why aren’t you doing anything
Why, you the king

You close your eyes

Open your eyes


from Tales from the Underground, released September 5, 2016
Lyrics/music : Christine Zufferey
Arrangement : Christine Zufferey, Emilie Cavallo, Antoine Delecroix


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Mary Zoo Paris, France

Originating from the Boston underground rock scene, Swiss native and adopted Parisian Christine Zufferey leads us into her post-romantic troubadour world as an enchantress in her own folk alternative style with her project MARY ZOO. It is an intoxicating body of songs, at times in English, at times in French with captivating words of abiding feelings and timeless legends. ... more

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