Victims Of The Idol's Vengeance

Another song that drew it's title and inspiration from the book Sinclair's Luck (see Percy Westerman)

"a circular patch of moonlight that fell upon the floor of the cave, within a foot or so of the base of the sacrificial altar.

The beam streamed through a small aperture in the roof of the cave, and its significance in connection with the hideous rites was plain. In a few minutes - in a quarter of an hour at most - that patch of moonlight would fall upon the golden idol.

That would be the signal for the terible paw to fall, to crush beneath its weight the victims of the idol's vengeance"