I Bet You’re Afraid Of The Dark


They told you not to go to Hollow Park.
You didn't listen to what they say.
Aren't you afraid of the dark?

Soulless beasts lurk behind bark.
Why don't you come back during they day?
They told you not to go to Hollow Park.

Decorated with decrepit grave marks.
This is no place to run and play.
Aren't you afraid of the dark?

My dear, that was no dog bark,
But a creature foul with decay.
They told you not to go to Hollow Park.

Across the yard lightening sparks.
It's your nightmare's turn to play.
They know you're afraid of the dark.

Claws skate down your neck, skin rips apart.
It does no good to run or pray.
They told you not to go to Hollow Park.
I bet you're afraid of the dark.

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