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Song: Fear (of the Unknown)
Album Superstition front
#2 Fear (of the Unknown)

Album

Superstition

Track Number

2 of 11

Track Length

4:10

Release

10 June 1991 (album), November 26, 1991 (single)

Voice:

Siouxsie

Bass:

Steven Severin

Guitar

Jon Klein

Keyboards, Cellos and Accordion:

Martin McCarrick

Drums and Percussion:

Budgie

Producer:

Stephen Hague

"Fear (of the Unknown)" is a song written and recorded by English rock band Siouxsie and the Banshees. It was produced by Stephen Hague and released as the third (U.S. only) single from the band's tenth studio album Superstition.

SingleEdit

Please see the main article for the single here...

Fear (of the Unknown) Lyrics Edit

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♪♫Fear (of the Unknown) Lyrics♫♪

I get the feeling -- I'm not alone I get the feeling -- it's someone I don't know

Do you ever have the strange sensation When you're standing mighty tall To jump from 17 floors and crash into freefall? But then fear takes control -- fear of the unknown

Imagines two complete strangers Who suspect they were meant to be Both in need of love and affection Yet their suspicions prevent something heavenly Fear takes control -- fear of the unknown

Aware of what will hurt you You're prepared to remain this way So sad yet safe with your afflictions Afraid to start a brand new day

We all get the strangest feeling When we're standing mighty tall To jump from 17 floors and crash into freefall

But then fear carries all -- fear of the unknown Fear takes its toll -- fear of the unknown Aware of what will hurt you You're prepared to remain this way So sad yet safe with your afflictions Afraid to start a brand new day

Written By: Lyric credit pending!



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