Watchers (with a cunning plan)

Watchers (with a cunning plan)

They survived the dinosaurs
Them and ferns
Where they live. No coincidence there.
And they’re everywhere
Can’t see‘em most of the time
Don’t want to any of the time.
Behind the walls, under the floors
They lurk unseen for hours
But when you’re sleeping
Out they come
In hordes
In droves
In search of you!
What do you suppose killed
The dinosaurs in the first place?
A comet! Oh c’mon, the
Evidence is clear
They were there then and they’re still here!
In my country alone you can’t, daren’t
Even count them
One million per person,
That’s sixty-five million
And eight eyes each
Eight million eyes watching
Each man, women and child
And no-one knows, no-one sees.
Some countries have less, I know
But they’re the vicious ones
The vanguard sent to test us
Before the final onslaught, the destruction
Of Mankind.
But man is a resourceful race and we
Just won’t be out matched
So we are destroying the planet
Before the Spiders have their fun.

 

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