6 hours before
With an evil grin
Better brace yourself
Straightaway or win
Call power slide
Separates them all
Never touchin the brake
...unapproachable...
(chorus)
Evil eye has set his plan
...erasin' all...
Evil eye has set his plan
...erasin' all...

Pushed through the floor
Halfway through the turn
As we ride up high
The dirt starts to burn
Wheels of his heap
Hits the backstreet wall
Evil eye has signaled
..unapproachable...

Evil eye has set his plan
...erasin' all...
Evil eye has set his plan
...erasin' all...

Evil...eye...will fall


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Evil Eye Lyrics as written by Brad Davis Bob Balch

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  • +2
    General Comment

    Watch the video, the song's about kids fightin' against rock-hating adults. And no it's not better than Asphalt Risin'.

    NightFoxon August 23, 2005   Link
  • +1
    My Interpretation

    This song rocks so hard. As to the meaning of the song; If i had to guess and if you use the music video for the song to interpret; it's definitely about adults trying to prevent kids from rocking the fuck out. In the video kids are at some Fu Manchu show and they're breaking shit and headbanging and whatever. One kid brings home a record and his dad flips out and is like yelling in his face about it. Later there is a meeting held by some cop with the parents clapping along to the cop is smashing records and ranting about shit. As the cop is breaking a fender strat the kids are moving in on the building they lock the adults in the building and proceed to melt their faces with an impromptu concert in the parking lot of the place much to the parents' dismay. The cops come and arrest the band, and the kids are totally pumped up.

    PukeRockon December 24, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    i dont know why no one has commented yet this is an awsome song

    nazipunksfuckoffon July 28, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    yeah man i agree this is a good song but asphalt risin' is better

    darkarmyon March 23, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This song rocks.

    JAStewarton January 10, 2005   Link

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