Your mama ain't always gonna be there
to check up on all your weird friends,
so I'm sending this out to all my people
who've been working hard for the weekend.

You know this world is full of an evil
that'll drag you down to the deep end,
and when it's comin' in hot like an eagle,
you're gonna need a secret weapon.
Talkin' 'bout Kitty Hawk...

I'm sending this out for you to beware,
when it's staring you back through the peephole.
It'll bury you under the steeple,
first day at Sunday School.

You know this world is full of an evil...
People...

Comin' in hot like an eagle...
Talkin' 'bout Kitty Hawk...

I'm sending this out for you to beware,
when it's staring you back through the peephole.
It'll bury you under the steeple,
first day at Sunday School.

You know this world is full of an evil...
People...

Comin' in hot like an eagle.
You're gonna need a secret weapon.
Talkin' 'bout Kitty Hawk...


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    My Interpretationokay, since i posted the lyrics i guess i should give my interpretation too. i think this is just a warning to young people that evil comes in all shapes and sizes, and it can get you when you least expect it. basically just saying "watch your back" lol. i love the message. i especially love the line "it'll bury you under the steeple, first day at sunday school." that line reminds me of a very personal time in my life when i was a faithful church member for years and ended up getting raped by a fellow church member and "friend" and afterwards, most others from the church blamed me for it. i don't go to church anymore, lol. nonetheless, i don't think this song is necessarily an attack on religion, it's just saying you never know. evil can hide in the most innocent looking people, so keep your eyes peeled. and listen to kitty hawk. your secret weapon ;)
    KeroseneFireon April 26, 2014   Link

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