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Bride of Frankenstein is the seventh song off Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13s third album Songs from the Recently Deceased.

LyricsEdit

She's alive screamed Dr. Frankenstein

From his laboratory, this dead body I'll Give it life

This monster's gonna be your bride


All these stitches in your face, hold it all In place

I only wanna destroy life so then I can Recreate

You're a walking beauty queen built from Dead things

But I didn't give you a heart

And left you with a thousand scars


And now here comes the bride

On this horrifying night


She's the bride, she's the bride, she's the bride

She's the bride, she's the bride

She's the bride of Frankenstein


Dig up bodies from their graves

Or on the gallows where they hang

I making monsters from a 1000 dead Corpses

Is my only claim to fame

All the beauty lies behind the blood, guts And gore

I know you can't buy love

That's why I made a monster


And now the wedding bells are ringing

On this horrifying night

She's the bride, she's the bride, she's the bride

She's the bride, she's the bride

She's the bride of Frankenstein


SOLO


She's the bride, she's the bride, she's the bride

She's the bride, she's the bride

She's the bride of Frankenstein


Bride of FrankensteinEdit

Bride of Frankenstein (advertised as The Bride of Frankenstein) is a 1935 horror film. The movie is the first sequel to the influential film Frankenstein (1931). Bride of Frankenstein was directed by James Whale and stars Boris Karloff as The Monster, Elsa Lanchester as his Mate and Mary Shelley, Colin Clive as Henry Frankenstein and Ernest Thesiger as Doctor Septimus Pretorius.

The film immediately follows the events of the first film and is rooted in the original novel. A subplot from the latter half of the book involves the Monster promising to leave Frankenstein, and the human race, alone if Frankenstein will create a mate for him. Frankenstein creates the female monster, but never brings it to life, deciding instead to destroy it.

Bride of Frankenstein was released to great critical and popular success. In the decades since its release, the film's reputation has grown and it is hailed as director James Whale's masterpiece. Some modern film scholars, noting the homosexuality of James Whale

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