"Midnight Walker" as written by and Kristian Ranta Jukka-pekka Koskinen....
I am here again
When the day is done
I'm back again
To steal your life

And I won't go away
Tonight's the night to die
You can try to run
But you will die

The end end is near
Look at me
You'll feel the fear

I'm your Master,
Emperor, the King
I will always rule your night
You must run faster
The death is in the ring
Staring right into your eyes

I'll take away your life
And end your pain inside
I want to die with you, like you
I am the deadly stalker

I am the Midnight Walker
The one you try to hide
Now say your life goodbye

I'm the shadow behind you
That you can't see
But you know it's there
The day is rising

And I'm fading away
Daytime has made you free
But only for today
Dusk is falling

And once again
I'm in your head

I'm your nightmare,
Fantasy and insanity
Only thing you see
Death will make you free

So walk a little closer
And give your life to me
Let me end your pain

I'll take away your life
And end your pain inside
I want to die with you, like you
I am the deadly stalker

I am the Midnight Walker
The one you try to hide
Now say your life goodbye

I'll take away your life
And end your pain inside
I want to die with you, like you
I am the deadly stalker

I am the Midnight Walker
The one you try to hide
Now say your life goodbye


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"Midnight Walker" as written by Kristian Ranta Jukka-pekka Koskinen

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    General CommentYou know when your walking all in the darkness at the midnight you have the feeling that someone can jump out and stab the crap out of you? Well this songs about the person that is out the dark following you when your walking at the midnight all alone in some dark alley. Songs about his desire to kill you. I love it.
    UnraisedMetalon June 16, 2005   Link

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