Deep down inside my crippelt soul,
Deep down where only darkness reigns,
I stumble fuming, steaming, blind
As hunger takes relentless toll.
Oh, how i want to sink my teeth
In someone`s neck and tear him down.
So he could watch my bloody frown
Turn into smiling, soft and meek.
Caressing, sucking steaming flesh
To swallow life into my womb.
And then to seek my cozy tomb
To dream of those I gaily mashed.
As daylight dwindles, night does fall
Beware, you game, you cattle, sheep.
Your dreams may feel secure and deep,
They`re only there to ease me maul.
My wings they flutter oh so light
As I descend upon your sill,
You pay your due, you pay your bill
When I close in on you at night.
And if I`ve come to rip your loved
Don`t ever think about retrieval
You´d only find the purest evil,
From down below to up above.
Don´t come to find my lonely bed,
My daylight harbour or my cave
Might you be coward or be brave
Stay home, be better of instead.
Stay home, away, with striken eyes,
Clutch all your loved ones close to you
And spare them pain and death and woe,
For where I visit someone dies.
But if you`re brave, come close to me
Look up just once, come breathe my breath.
You eye me once, you challenge me.
You´ve eyed your last, embrace your death.