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Hide in the midnight
Turn out the lights, you'll see them anyway
Sail into never, they'll follow wherever you can go
And take you to the places you don't know

It's the call of the city
The way that black's pretty to the purest heart
It's places of pleasure
They promise you treasure if you fly
And then there goes the soul of you and I

Oh do you ever think about
The way I caught the rainbow
I'll be there where fire makes you dance
I'm gonna give you the look
That opens up the skies

I've got Evil Eyes...

Hide in the midnight
Turn out the light, they'll see you anyway
Sail into never, they'll follow wherever you can go

I've got Evil Eyes...

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Evil Eyes song meanings
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    General CommentAnyone ever seen Tool Lateralus CD/ or videos/art? You will see these EYES all over the place, often connected/linked in a circle/chain. I believe both Tool and Dio are in contact with some supernatural entities nicknamed as "Evil Eyes". They are many, yet one, and watch over humans.. like that Eye ontop of the pyramid on a USA 1$ bill. I've come in contact with them too. Dio says, "And take you to the places you don't know." because they can take your a portion of your "soul" out of your physical body and show you astral planes (like the internet [everyone connected together], yet through a dream state).
    lawofthetrapezoidon March 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentDamn Trapezoid, you always seem to tell it right.
    And, no, I am not being sarcastic.

    But I was thinking, the heavy metal symbol Dio popularized, he got from his Grandmother who did it to ward off the "Evil Eye"
    Perhaps, he's paying homage to her their as a little side thing.

    Not trying to contradict Trapezoids explanation because what he says about Dio's songs is always better than what others say.
    Hybrid1492on May 03, 2007   Link

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