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Run, run away,
They’re after you

You knew there was something different about him,
But nothing could have prepared you for this,
You knew there was something entrancing about him,
You knew it from your very first kiss

He told you “You are safe when you’re by my side,”
You knew he wasn’t lying,
He told you he wouldn’t ever leave your side,
So it was a shock when you lay there dying

Run, run away,
They’re after you

They got a whiff of your blood and they want more,
They’re old victims have suddenly become a bore,
You’re a challenge and they want you dead,
They won’t stop until they’ve got your blood and have been fed,
Edward’s not there to save you now,
You’re falling, falling, falling, down,
Run, run away,
They’re after you,
Run, run away,
There’s no excuse

You knew of the consequences you might face,
He lied to you and you fell for it,
You knew if you wanted to help her you had to be haste,
But then you came upon a story that just wouldn’t fit

He told you to come alone he had your mother,
You went to go, to go and save her,
He told you had better not warn your lover,
It ended up she wasn’t there it was just a lure,
And you lead him there
You lead him there,
Lucky for you

Run, run away,
They’re after you


You lay there bleeding,
What’s going to happen now?
You hear an angel,
Seems that you’re safe now

Run, run away,
They’re after you

Run, run away,
They’re after you


Lyrics submitted by BenefitOfTheDoubt

Twilight song meanings
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    General CommentOh, and to those who read the Twilight series (awesome books, huh? can't wait for the movie...) yes, this song is suppossed to be based on the book. We wrote it because we all liked the series and thought what the heck. As far as we know, no one else has written a song about it. Hope you like it and will get to hear it one day!
    BenefitOfTheDoubton April 09, 2008   Link

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