Well there's a creep in the cellar that I'am gonna let in
And he eats in the alley and keeps track of my sins
When he starts talking backwards your head starts to spin
And he really freaks me out when he peels off his skin

Well there's a creep in the cellar that I' am gonna let in
There's a hole in his brain where his mind should have been
When he starts rubbin' wrinkles he gets pretty thin
When he starts talkin' nickelback, diamondback, muscleback

There's a creep in the cellar with his hands in the air
And he lies to his mother but she doesn't care
Well the fish are flying backwards and they're all in dispare
Cause the turkey's talkin' backwards, it'll raise up your hair

Well there's a creep in the cellar that I' am gonna let in


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    General Commentthis is a freakin amazing song, i dont know where they got this idea from but the lies from his mother i dont know sounds more like maybe him as a child or something
    christopherblazekon June 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI get the feeling it's about saying yes to evil.
    sydbarrett5on July 09, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningI've listened to this song hundreds of times over the past 20 years. To me it sounds like a double of himself, a counter-personality/split-personality who surfaces when drugs are consumed. It's like a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, with Mr. Hyde as "the creep" he let's in (i.e. the creep who takes over upon consumption of a drug).The song is written by the clear-minded Dr. Jekyll, however perhaps he's consumed so many drugs and spent so much time as Mr. Hyde that the hallucinogenic images have infused Dr. Jekyll's speech and destroyed his logic. At any rate, this song is Dr. Jekyll just about to consume that familiar drug and take that trip (as Mr. Hyde) which he knows so well. It's a self-awareness of the confrontation (with the creep, himself) that he's about to subject himself to.
    crakhead11on October 24, 2016   Link
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    General Commentthere is no meaning.
    Beavis46on July 01, 2008   Link

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