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They told him not to wander
They told him not to stray
Listen to the warnings
Never lose the light of day

Thereґs danger in the darkness
And deathґs not what they say
Thunderclouds are rolling in
Troubleґs on the way

But you can feel excitement in your veins
No holing back till you stake your claim

Surprise, disguise, better run
Now you realize
The kiss, abyss, knowing that
You canґt resist
The thrill, the kill, and you
Know that itґs over
With a look in her eyes

An ocean of temtation
With every drop of wine
Shadows meeting face to face
The tentacles entwine
One look from the jezebel
Phony valentine
Now you see the wanderer
Frozen in the corridors of time

But you can feel excitement in your veins
No holing back till you stake your claim

Surprise, disguise, better run
Now you realize
The kiss, abyss, knowing that
You canґt resist
The thrill, the kill, and you
Know that itґs over

Surprise, disguise, better run
Now you realize
The kiss, abyss, knowing that
You canґt resist
The thrill, the kill, and you
Know thatґs itґs over
With a look in her eyes
With a look in her eyes
With a look in her eyes
With a look in her eyes



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