"Scared to Death" as written by and Ville Hermanni Valo....
In the biblical sense and sensibility
Let me know you
I'll kiss that smile off your face just say when

Just say when.

I'm not afraid to say "I love you"
Any more than I used to be babe I am scared to death
To fall in love (with you)

All these pick-up lines from hell
Icebreakers infernal
From a heart so black and blue
Only for you

Just say when again.

I'm not afraid to say, "I love you."
Any more than I used to be, babe.
I am scared to death.
I am scared to death to fall in love with you.

With you.

I'm not afraid to say, "I love you."
Anymore than I used to be, babe.
I am scared to death.
I am scared to death to fall in love.

I'm not afraid to admit I adore you
Any more than I was before babe I am scared to death
To fall in love with you

With you.
With you.

I'm scared to death.
I'm scared to death.
I'm scared to death.

And you're sweet like poison.


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"Scared to Death" as written by Ville Hermanni Valo

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  • +1
    Lyric Correctionits supposed to be "scared to death"...
    Keritheanimalon April 13, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe meaning is pretty obvious, the narrator is trying to approach the relationship as merely sexual (In the biblical sense and sensibility, let me know you) out of the fear that of revealing his true self and getting hurt. So he's trying to be careful this time around because he's been hurt in the past (From a heart so black and blue.) However by the end, he seems he's given up his defenses and surrendered to her (And you're sweet like poison.) At least, that's my view on the whole thing.
    bratprincetyleron October 20, 2010   Link
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    General Commentwow i missed the R =P editing.
    BlindConcerton April 13, 2010   Link
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    General Commenti meant D ! WOW
    BlindConcerton April 13, 2010   Link

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