"Mr. Death" as written by and Mike Tramp....
Hey Mr. Death, where you going
Have you found your victim yet
Am I safe inside tonight
Can I turn out all the lights
Are you waiting at my door, Mr. Death
Go away, go away, go away

Come back tomorrow
I know I won't be here
And I don't want to go
Although the end is near
Don't want to know your face
Or speak your name
And when tomorrow comes
I want to know that I'm still the same

So Mr. Death are you leaving
Now that I am not at home
Will you come another day
Will there be a price to pay
Are you waiting at my door, Mr. Death
Go away, go away, go away

Come back tomorrow
I know I won't be here
And I don't want to go
Although the end is near
Don't want to know your face
Or speak your name
And when tomorrow comes
I want to know that I'm still the same

Mr. Death, can we talk for a while
Cause I really don't want to go
So much I like to do in my life
So many things I want to know

Come back tomorrow
I know I won't be here
And I don't want to go
Although the end is near
Come back tomorrow
I know I won't be here
And I don't want to go
Although the end is near
Don't want to know your face
Or speak your name
And when tomorrow comes
I want to know I'm still the same

Go away, go away, go away
Go away, go away, go away
Go away, go away, go away
Go away, go away, go away


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"Mr. Death" as written by Mike Tramp

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