No one could hear you scream
Don't ever fall asleep
He'll pull you underneath
You're dying in your dream

He's closing in
and you can't get out
But you can't give in
Just please don't go
Up the walls
up the walls

No one could hear you scream
Don't ever fall asleep
He'll pull you underneath
You're dying in your dream
Just open, (just open)
open your eyes one last time
No one can hear you scream
You're dying in your dream

Doll up, as if you were dying
This isn't real
You are not real

Doll up, your friends have been waiting
This isn't real
I cannot go
Up the walls
up the walls

No one could hear you scream
Don't ever fall asleep
He'll pull you underneath
You're dying in your dream
Just open, (just open)
open your eyes one last time
No one can hear you scream
You're dying in your dream

Rest your eyes
I have been waiting,
always waiting
If you don't wake up screaming
then you won't wake up at all
If you don't wake up screaming
then you won't wake up at all

No one could hear you scream
Don't ever fall asleep
He'll pull you underneath
You're dying in your dream
Just open, (just open)
open your eyes one last time
No one can hear you scream,
You're dying in your dream


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He's Dead Because Mommy Killed Him song meanings
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    General Comment"Don't ever fall asleep!"
    Love this song.
    I think it's plain and simple- it's about nightmares.
    xhyperxon January 12, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI think it has to do with the movie "Nightmare on Elm St." the title of the track alone "He is dead because Mommy Killed him" the parents in the film killed the human version of freddy krueger. The whole don't fall asleep he'll pull you underneath, if you fall asleep freddy will kill you. up the walls the scene where freddy drags the girl acrossed the room against the walls and ceiling.
    trojanhorse61on June 28, 2012   Link

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