"Beast From the East" as written by and Bob James Reggie Noble....
Let's murder the fattest one here.
I'll drink like a gentleman, sir.

We'll party all night,
But by daylight, we are gone.
We. Are. Gone.

Your heart is the second course. (x7-8)

Now I see you,
At the hospital.
With your neck open wide,
I hope the doctor forgets you.

Now I see you,
At the hospital.
With your neck open wide,
I hope the doctor forgets everything that he knows.




By: Aidenown.

I know, a few things may be wrong, just like the lyrics I got out of Why I'm Afraid of Bees, which I also posted on SongMeanings, but I know for a fact that the Hospital part is right, and the Party part is too. Only parts I have doubts on are the "your heart" and the beginning parts. Any ideas on what the lyrics to the beginning is? Post in a comment, buddy. I'll credit ya.




This song is just about Dr. Acula being figuratively nocturnal, like a vampire, which is a theme they usually use, as given with the name "Dr. Acula." Like they say, they party all night, but by daylight, they're gone. Not sure what the hospital part is about, but it's very creepy, and it's Dr. Acula at their...Best? Well, best musically, but morally, I have no freaking idea. One of their best songs ever.


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