"Scarecrow Man" as written by and Paul Caiafa....
How 'bout a little fire scarecrow?

Hangin' in a field you'll never know I'm out here
I'm telling you people best beware
I creep into town, I'm hunting my prey
Back on my post by the crack of day

Lock your doors, watch your back, it's true
Turn around how do you do
I'm the scarecrow man, I'm the scarecrow man

People dying every night
Mutilations a terrible site
Look 'round the victims really hard
Scarecrow's death straw calling card

And I'm coming and killing it's true
Turn around how do you do
I'm the scarecrow man, I'm the scarecrow man
scarecrow man, scarecrow man

I'm the scarecrow man
I'm the scarecrow man

Hangin' in a field you'll never know I'm out here
I'm telling you people best beware
I creep into town, I'm hunting my prey
Back on my post by the crack of day

I've come to kill you, I will
I'm gonna eat you be still
I'm the scarecrow man


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"Scarecrow Man" as written by Paul Caiafa

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    General CommentI like the Wizard of Oz clip in the beginning.
    LilVolcomon June 01, 2003   Link
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    General Commentsounds like jeepers creepers where theyre at the ladies house and hes standing in her garden to go with the line "I creep into town,I'm hunting my prey
    Back on my post by the crack of day ". idk im a loser and watch way to much cable
    j0k3r_31on June 16, 2004   Link
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    General CommentYeeeeah, this is about those old Scarecrow Man movies (dunno what they were called but Jeepers Creepers has a similar feel, lol). I just love this song, one of my fave off Famous Monsters.
    Your Guardian Angelon February 13, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI finally hunted down the movie the song's about! It's based on Dark Night Of The Scarecrow.
    meepsporkon July 18, 2009   Link

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