Mr. Shadow,
Ever since you were a boy,
You walked the earth,
In search of every ounce,
Of daylight that you could destroy,

And I feel you,
When I push people down the stairs,
I like the small fleet of power that I feel,
When I catch them unawares,

Dreams come and dreams go,
But there's just one nightmare,
It's the one where all the winds blow,
And there's fiery ash in the air,
And Mr. Shadow's always there,

Behind every dark curtain,
And every dying tree,
He's in the final breath you take,
When you're drowning in the lake because of me,

And he hides,
He hides in broad daylight,
And if you stare directly into him,
He'll surely play a trick upon your sight,

Whoa whoa ohh,
Daylight comes,
And daylight goes,
And if you know what the hangman knows,
You know that death is everywhere,
And Mr. Shadow doesn't care,
Mr. Shadow doesn't care,

Human rights and celebrities,
Can't do anything to stop him,
When he goes to take his bites out of you and me,

Mr. Shadow,
Tell me now is it true,
You give us six more weeks of sorrow,
When some Punxsutawney dog sees you,


Lyrics submitted by hornytheclown

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    General CommentI think the song is pretty simple. It's about a man personifying evil. Mister Shadow is what the narrator is blaming on his evil actions that he commits.
    hornytheclownon July 05, 2012   Link

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