My mindI know who you are,you're the face I cannot see.You are silent, so distant, so far.You make it hard to breathe.I see the shadow of your face.It a dark stain inside my mind.It's so deformed, it's a disgrace.I want to leave your filth behind.So you thought I was within your reach?You are a pathetic creature of hell,where demonic things crawl, and I won't beseech.It is a place that I know much too well.
Cry Little Demon Cry Little DemonIt don't really matter if you fight damnation,it takes more than your feeble nerve to rule a nation.I guess you'll find out on your own.I'll make you feel the pain that I have once shown!Burn the bridges to your own empire.I am a spy of your own desire.I'm a cold blooded, cold hearted fiend,there isn't a war in this life that I haven't seen.Do you wonder in your castle high above,if there is somebody wanting your love?Your life in your lair has made you long for life.Do you long for passion as you sharpen your scyth?Cry, cry little demon show me your pain.Let me hold you under the stars while the moon wanes.Return to you sleep at sunrise.I want to see you dreaming of me when I can't see your eyes.Quit lying to me, and deny your hunger.Does my tears for you ever make you wonder?Cry, cry my little demon come to my embrace.Let me lead you away from the darkness's face.
Dare to be Dead PrologueI stood on the balcony of my new family's old mansion. The sun was just vaguely still showing its face above the majestic Romanian mountains. I felt the cool breeze blow across my face and smell the various fragrences of the wilderness. Diffrent scents filled my nostrils and stirred some very estatic emotions inside me. I could smell a family of deer hiding in the underbrush that were just now beginning to wake. Their hearts began to speed up as their consciousness became more aware of their surroundings. I imagined myself running through the woods at full speed. My bare feet barely even touching the ground as if I was weightless. As I approached my prey, I would gradually slow to a stop and hide beneath the thickets. I would watch them closely until I caught one alone. A stray that was a loner and would not be missed. However, it had to be healthy enough. Ah... I could smell that wonderous life blood steadily begin to pump faster as the deer catches wind of my presence. It darts into