Night Of Fear

Album: Move (1998 reissue) (1966)
Charted: 2
  • The silent night has turned to a night of fear
    With windows howling wind into your ear
    You listen to the spirits far behind
    These things you hear are too much for your mind

    The bell strikes and your spine chills like the grave
    The chill that turns your blood from red to grey
    You know that with these things you see and hear
    The silent night has turned to a night of fear

    Image on your bedroom wall
    Shadows marching in the hall
    Just about to flip your mind
    Just about to trip your mind
    Just about to flip your mind
    Just about to trip your mind

    The green and purple lights affect your sight
    Your mother cannot comfort you tonight
    Your brain calls out for help that's never there
    The silent night has turned to a night of fear Writer/s: ROY WOOD
    Publisher: T.R.O. INC.
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