Serial Killer

by Will Vallar

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The Night He Came Home The night he came home my innocence was lost I will never forget all the pain that he caused His expressionless face still horrifies But not as much as the evil living behind his eyes The night he came home The night he came home The night he came home I screamed in fright As he slashed at me with a kitchen knife The nightmare I lived was all too real And it was me who triggered his desire to kill The night he came home The night he came home The night he came home I found a way to escape Despite his desire to seal my fate When the terror was over all I wanted to know Why on this night did he come home? The night he came home The night he came home I know now I’ll never truly be safe He will return and hunt me again He won’t stop until his task is complete Only a matter of time until he gets me The night he came home haunts me each day I try so hard to forget, but the memory remains I know I’m a victim, still I feel I’m to blame Since the night he came home, I’ve never been the same The night he came home The night he came home The night he came home The night he came home
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Psycho There once was a man named Ed Who would not take a woman to bed When he wanted to diddle He would cut out the middle And hang the rest in a shed He rubbed some in town the wrong way The ones who were smart stayed away The evidence revealed That the skin he did peel Off the corpse before it decayed A psycho lived up the road That many of us did know But we couldn't believe That odd Ed Gein Was behind this ghastly scene A psycho lived up the road But how could we not know I guess we never imagined That this could happen In small town Plainfield, Wisconsin He robbed the graves of the dead And kept a collection of heads When his crimes were discovered It came back to his mother She had messed with his head The townsfolk all were aghast At the proof revealing Ed's past When folks disappeared No one ever feared He'd wear their face as a mask A psycho lived up the road That many of us did know But we couldn't believe That odd Ed Gein Was behind this ghastly scene A psycho lived up the road But how could we not know I guess we never imagined That this could happen In small town Plainfield, Wisconsin There once was a man named Ed Who liked to play with the dead Now we suffer from shock And keep our doors locked For fear that we could be next A psycho lived up the road That many of us did know A psycho lived up the road But how could we not know A psycho lived up the road That many of us did know A psycho lived up the road But how could we not know
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What I Really Am I hide in plain sight, blend in with the crowd And for this reason, I’ll never be found A loving, caring, father of three Still the monster exists inside of me Living this facade is part of my fun The ultimate camouflage for what I’ve become Always well-liked by family and friends Only the truth will reveal what I really am What I really am What I really am No one can know What I really am My brilliant disguise took years to refine It had to be perfect to hide all the signs I blend in like a fish in the sea So no one can see the real me The ones I keep close have no idea That I am really someone they should all fear They’d never be able to understand So I need to conceal what I really am What I really am What I really am No one can know What I really am The character I portray in my public life Keeps the authorities at bay and mystified I’m an actor performing on an open stage Improvising the acts in my endless play I’ve come this far and I won’t ever stop Pretending to be something I’m not I willing to do whatever I can To keep the secret of what I really am What I really am What I really am No one can know What I really am
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I've Killed Them All It's Friday night and the time is right For me to go out and kill Maybe a teen who will fight back and scream Wouldn’t that be a thrill? You may wonder why I make them all cry And enjoy breaking their will I can’t explain but I love the game And I won’t stop until…. I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all When I was young and looking for fun I began to slaughter classmates I was never accused because I always refused To show how much I hate As an adult I still get a jolt Out of using puppies as bait To lure in the girls with the dirty blond curls Like Ashley and Mary-Kate I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all Don’t turn out the lights or spend the night With me if we go on a date I’ll take you to bed then cut off your head And exhibit it on a plate The curfew’s in place and it’s a race To get inside before it’s too late You think that your safe ‘cause their on the case But they can’t stop you from meeting your fate I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all I’ve killed them all

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released September 13, 2013

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Will Vallar New Rochelle, New York

Will Vallar is a New York based singer/songwriter whose music combines the influences of punk, rock, country, and folk music. Part real-life experience and part fiction, Will’s lyrics are often humorous and sometimes haunting, but always tell an interesting narrative. Song topics include MTV, serial killers, internet dating, porn stars, Catholic school, jail, and Dexter. ... more

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