"Teenage Demon Baby" as written by John Feldmann and Eric Nally....
Let's smash a couple of cocktails
And ditch this fancy party
Go and hide inside the graveyard down the street,
That's where people go to get away.

The dead are pounding on the ground tonight,
or maybe that's the sound of my heart.
We hopped the gate,
Read the tombstone date,
Said 1965.

The night horse drags the moon into,
tomorrow's bitter morn.
Yeah, i want it back
Come on, give it back

Teenage demon baby I'm in love with you,
There's no where in this world I'd rather be
Then right here next to you.

We were up til dawn, I,
Couldn't stop yawning,
I'll never get that feeling again.
It's funny how this old dead piece of land
Makes us feel so alive.

The night horse drags new moon into,
the daylight's final hour.
Yeah I want you back,
Come on baby now.

Teenage demon baby I'm in love with you,
There's no where in this world I'd rather be,
Then right here next to you (x2)

If I go overboard, would you set me straight
Or would you not?
If I go overboard, would you let me die or would you not?

Would you let me die?

Teenage demon baby I'm in love with you,
There's no where in this world I'd rather be
Then AHHHHHHHHH.

Teenage demon baby I'm in love with you,
There's no where in this world I'd rather be,
Then right here next to you


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    My InterpretationTo me, this is about outcast-teen love. They don't want to be at the party, it's boring to them. Instead, the graveyard is a place that's interesting. While one notes that demons often belong in graveyards, one can also see it as the demons that the two feel like, filled with hormones and feelings and being alone with each other at last.
    HighOnStravinskyon April 13, 2012   Link

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