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Scared to go to sleep, afraid of what I might dream
It's the same uncovered nightmare
Somebody's watching me, I can feel a presence, I wake up screamin' in the dark
Can't tell imagine from reality
Skeletons in the closet, won't you stop haunting me

Chorus:
The things that go wrong in the middle of the night
Ghouls are knockin', I'm gettin' to like it, I like the fright
Things that go wrong, it's the fear of the unknown
It's a twilight zone (I like the fright)

Shivers down my spine, I hide under my pillow
I feel the room is getting colder
I'm terrified to close my eyes, afraid to move a muscle
I believe I can take it no more
Tryin' to hold on to my sanity, should I let this happen, supernaturally

chorus

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The things that go wrong, I turn up all the lights
I'm scared of dreamin', I'm gettin' to like it, I like the fright
The things that go wrong, it's the fear of the unknown
It's a twilight zone, I like the fright

chorus

Things that go wrong, ghouls are knockin'
Things that go wrong, it's a twilight zone...

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