Fear of the mask

“1, 2, 1, 2, is this thing on? Alright, let’s go.”

(sung to Fear of the Dark by Iron Maiden)

I am a man who walks alone
And when I’m walking a dark road
At night or strolling through the park

When the wave begins to change
I sometimes feel a little strange
A little anxious when it’s asked

Fear of the mask
Fear of the mask
I have a constant fear that something’s always near
Fear of the vax
Fear of the vax
I have a phobia that someone’s always there

Have you run your body down the hall
And have you felt your neck skin crawl
When you’re searching for the sight?
Sometimes when you’re scared to take a breath
At the middle of the room
You’ve sensed that something’s on to you

Fear of the mask
Fear of the mask
I have a constant fear that something’s always near
Fear of the vax
Fear of the vax
I have a phobia that someone’s always there

Have you ever been alone at night
Thought you heard gasps behind
And turned around and no one’s there?
And as you quicken up your pace
You find it hard to breath again
Because you’re sure there’s someone there

Fear of the mask
Fear of the mask
I have a constant fear that something’s always near
Fear of the vax
Fear of the vax
I have a phobia that someone’s always there

Fear of the mask
Fear of the mask
Fear of the mask
Fear of the mask

Fear of the vax
Fear of the vax
Fear of the vax
Fear of the vax

Reading conspiracy theories the night before
Debating witches and folklore
The unknown troubles on your mind
Maybe your mind is playing tricks
You sense and suddenly eyes fix
On dancing shadows from behind

Fear of the mask
Fear of the mask
I have a constant fear that something’s always near
Fear of the vax
Fear of the vax
I have a phobia that someone’s always there

Fear of the mask
Fear of the mask
I have a constant fear that something’s always near
Fear of the vax
Fear of the vax
I have a phobia that someone’s always there

When I’m walking a dark road
I am a man who walks alone

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