"Catch Me If You Can" as written by and Greg Hampton Alice Cooper....
She was not the first
And he won't be my last
My hunger and my thirst
My brilliant future
And my ugly past

They'll all be here with me
'Til my web is spun
My blessing and my curse
There'll be no rest
Until my work is done

Catch me, catch me if you can
Catch me, catch me when you can
I can't control myself

You won't have a clue
Of what is coming next
What I'm gonna do
Surely classical in its effect

Which limb will I choose?
Which one gets sawn in half?
Which leg would you lose?
To an arachnophobic psychopath

Catch me, catch me if you can
I wrestled with the devil and I'll do it again
Catch me, catch me when you can
I can't control myself

Catch me, catch me if you can
I'm scheming with the demons and I'll do it again
Catch me, catch me when you can
I can't control myself, I can't control myself

Catch me, catch me if you can
Catch me, catch me when you can
Catch me, catch me if you can
I'm scheming with the demons and I'll do it again

Catch me, catch me when you can
I can't control myself, I just can't control myself
I'm scheming with the demons and I'll do it again

I wrestled with the devil and I'll do it again
I'm scheming with the demons and I'll do it again


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"Catch Me If You Can" as written by Alice Cooper Danny Saber

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  • +1
    General CommentOne of the better songs off this album. As for the meaning, being a concept album, all the songs are related to a serial killer, building a spider out of parts from his victims.
    gatsby14on July 31, 2008   Link
  • -1
    General CommentHow's he arachnophobic (afraid of spiders) & yet building a spider out of legs? What a mess this album is!
    morbid moragon October 24, 2008   Link

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