Don Shearer

Don Shearer

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Pop - Alternative | San Francisco, California, United States
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Lyrics

Halloween Science

©2009 Don Shearer

Verse 1
I built the very first psychokinetic love gun ever advertised on TV
from my imagination and a kit I bought online,
I was so sure I could make you see that
despite my obvious imperfections, my heart's aim is true.
But you deflected my transmissions, denied me all permissions, and I
missed the mark with you

Chorus
Halloween Science
Halloween Science
Gonna make you give your love to me

Halloween Science
Halloween Science
My techno-magic fantasy

Part biological, part household appliance,
Gonna sell my soul for Halloween Science
'Cause all I want is that recipe
that will bring you back to me.

Verse 2

I kidnapped a methodist minister,
just some guy I picked up off the street,
and locked him in my laboratory
with a sorceress who was really quite sweet.
I concocted a pretty pink love liqueur, and then I tested that charming brew:
The preacher and the witch went home together,
but the potion didn't work on you.

Chorus

Verse 3
I swore I'd have you 'til the end of time
and so I mastered the darkest arts.
I robbed countless graves to build the perfect creature
from recycled celebrity body parts.
I sent my trusted zombie slave to bring you home for our wedding night,
but that B-movie monster stole your heart,
it was true love at first bite.

Chorus

©2009 Don Shearer

Song Length
4:48
Genres
Rock - General, Pop - Rock
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Don Shearer
Music Credits Don Shearer
Producer Credits Don Shearer, Ted Kuster
Publisher Credits Don Shearer Media
Performance Credits Don Shearer, Ted Juster, Laura Jue, Kai Lyons-Kuster, Mark Jeffries