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Afraid Of The Dark

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One of the more rollicking tracks on the album, Afraid of the Dark may have more to do with what's scary on the inside than it does with any of the dangers 'out there.'

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She grew up in a tower of stone,
And though she wasn't, she said "I'm all alone!
Building a castle of happy ever after,
Every brick I place is just a minor disaster."

Put on your jacket, and walk through the park.
Don't forget to be afraid of the dark.
Sit on your park bench, and get lost in thought.
The walking man will find you there at dawn.

Don't go, don't go.
Don't go. Don't go!

Won't you come out, and go for a ride?
It's cold out here, but inside it's dry!
Living to question nothing at all,
When the only answer is: try not to fall.

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from Exhibit A, released September 14, 2007
Written by Jeff Hume & Jonathan Bright
Piano & Background Vocals: Jonathan Bright
Guitar & Lead Vocals: Jeff Hume

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