"F.E.A.R." as written by Dave Mccracken, Ian George Brown and Dave Colquhoun....
For each a road
For every man a religion
Find everybody and rule
Everything and rumble
Forget everything and remember
For everything a reason
Forgive everybody and remember

For each a road
For every man a religion
Face everybody and rule
Everything and rumble
Forget everything and remember
For everything a reason

F.E.A.R.
F.E.A.R.
F.E.A.R.
F.E.A.R.

Final eternity arouses reactions
Freeing excellence affects reality
Fallen empires are ruling
Find earth and reap

Fantastic expectations
Amazing revelations
Final execution and resurrection
Free expression as revolution
Finding everything and realizing

You got the fear
You got the fear
You got the fear
You got the fear
You got the fear
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear)
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear)
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear)
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear)

F.E.A.R. (you got the fear) (fantastic expectations)
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear)
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear) (amazing revelations
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear)
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear) (finding everything and realizing
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear)
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear) (for everything a reason)
F.E.A.R. (you got the fear)

You got the fear
You got the fear
You got the fear
You got the fear


Lyrics submitted by smellycat, edited by tripleoj33

"F.E.A.R." as written by Dave Mccracken Ian Brown

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  • +3
    General CommentGreat video too. He's never looked more monkey like.
    Kaguthon December 19, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI get the distinct impression that this song's actually about fear... You can tell by the way fear's emphasised and repeated ;)
    drunkon December 22, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentClever use of the word "Fear"! This song didn't take me until I heard it live. Ian Brown gives something to the song that it lacks when heard on TV.
    Mainstreeton July 14, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI wasn't particularly impressed by it until I saw the video clip. Sometimes it takes a really clever clip to get me to realise how good a song is. And this is definitely one of them.
    gdson March 06, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentF**K everything and Rumble - by the way...

    Everybody gets the fear at some point, its all about staying cool at the right time
    smithdownon June 20, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI first heard this song from the video clip where it plays reverse of a man riding a bicycle, displaying lyrics per line as they go, emphasizing on the letters, which they spell FEAR. Each line on this song speaks the truth about fear itself, such as "finding everything and realizing". I also find some of the lines to be encouraging such as "Fantastic expectations, amazing revelations". This song is so unique with its use of poetic analgram and is very inspiring to me.
    Litz_Awakeon December 17, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment'Poetic Analgram' eh. Sounds like a porno title. Seriously though Ian Brown has matured into prob the best lyricist of the past 10 years. Grittier than Thom Yorke but equally as good. For everything a reason! everyone should relate to that
    Matt Parryon December 22, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGenius song from a living legend....the main stone rose!

    Whatever became of Squire?

    The whole was greater than the sum of its parts he found!!!

    long live the king......monkey.
    alphamaleon April 15, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is a great song but, how sh*t is ian brown live!! he's absolutley b8llox! thank god 4 recording studies!
    bacon4lifeon June 09, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"I first heard this song from the video clip where it plays reverse of a man riding a bicycle,"

    that would be IAN BROWN then.
    DOGbreathon August 17, 2005   Link

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