"Don't Fear The Reaper" as written by and Donald Roeser....
All our times have come
Here but now they're gone
Seasons don't fear the reaper
Nor do the wind, the sun or the rain

So come on baby
(Don't fear the reaper)
Take my hand
(Don't fear the reaper)

We'll be able to fly
(Don't fear the reaper)
'Cause baby, I'm your man
Baby, I'm your man

Valentine is done
Here but now they're gone
Romeo and Juliet are together in eternity
(Romeo and Juliet)
40,000 men and women everyday, another 40,000 everyday
(Like Romeo and Juliet, we can be like they are)

So come on baby
(Don't fear the reaper)
Take my hand
(Don't fear the reaper)

We'll be able to fly
(Don't fear the reaper)
'Cause baby, I'm your man
Baby, I'm your man

Romeo and Juliet are together in eternity
(Romeo and Juliet)

So come on baby
(Don't fear the reaper)
Take my hand
(Don't fear the reaper)

We'll be able to fly
(Don't fear the reaper)
Baby, I'm your man
Baby, I'm your man




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"(Don't Fear) The Reaper" as written by Donald Roeser

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    General Comment...and another song fit for kissing. it's not exactly ROMANTIC, but functional.
    catherinekson May 28, 2002   Link
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    General CommentHeh heh, I first heard this song in the movie "Scream". I like it, but I find it kind of funny that this song is playing during a point when Billy and Sidney are kissing and the songs called "Don't Fear the Reaper"... then I actually listened to it and it's like a couple committing suicide together, which is kinda romantic in an insanely screwed up way.
    ErinsEmoTearson January 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis is such a beautiful but at the same time haunting song. I too heard this first time while watching scream. Since than it\'s become one of my favourite songs. As a little fun fact for horrorfans this song (In another version is actually in Halloween too:-D)
    Tyler2004durdenon April 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI perfer the original...
    PursuitofLifeon July 26, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI first heard this song in Stephen king's The Stand. To me its about someone who has died, and they are trying to tell their loved one that they don't have to be afraid to die, That in the end it will all be ok. I agree with pursuitoflife original is better.
    cratioson February 05, 2007   Link

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