"Fear (of the Unknown)" as written by and Philip Gavin Smith....
I get the feeling -- I'm not alone
I get the feeling -- it's someone I don't know
Do you ever have the strange sensation
When you're standing mighty tall
To jump from seventeen floors and crash into free fall
But then fear takes control -- fear of the unknown
Imagine two complete strangers
Who suspect they were meant to be
Both in need of love and affection
Yet their suspicions prevent something heavenly
Fear takes control -- fear of the unknown
Aware of what will hurt you
You're prepared to remain this way
So sad yet safe with your afflictions
Afraid to start a brand new day
We all get the strangest feeling
When we're standing mighty tall
To jump from seventeen floors and crash into free fall
But then fear carries all -- fear of the unknown
Fear takes its toll -- fear of the unknown
Aware of what will hurt you
You're prepared to remain this way
So sad yet safe with your afflictions
Afraid to start a brand new day


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"Fear (Of the Unknown)" as written by Philip Gavin Smith

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    General CommentI'm sorry, this is a crap song. Siouxsie kinda shit the bed with most of this album.
    11thomas11on May 23, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentobviously about peoples "fear of the unknown"
    surftheseaon November 24, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSecond worst siouxsie song. But I'm sure it was worth the money.
    xianificenton July 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commentits about people too afraid to take the leap forward to full confidence and believe in themselves, and it is a terrible song/album, little sister was a nice song though.
    HappyGoon February 27, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI agree with others who said this song crap. Sounds like it took all of 3 minutes to write it.
    Starton February 19, 2011   Link

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