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Modest Mouse- King Rat. The video is the part that really creeps me out though o.o

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Anything by Justin Bieber. (I'm reasonalby ashamed that I actually know how to spell his last name)

Anything but Kesha...oh, wait, I'm sorry; it's Ke$ha

'Nuff said.

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Cannibal is the most terrifying song I've ever heard by Ke$ha... it kept me up at night after I listened to the lyrics.

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"Psychosocial" by Slipknot. The only one that I managed to listen to all the way through the end. They scare the hell out of me! wacko.gif

Also "Nymphetamine fix" by Cradle of Filth. I love that song in a really weird way since it scares me, yet I'm capable of replaying it over and over again.

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The lyrics look like Lullaby by The Cure...

I spy something beginning with s...

 

on candystripe legs the spiderman comes

softly through the shadow of the evening sun

stealing past the windows of the blissfully dead

looking for the victim shivering in bed

searching out fear in the gathering gloom and

suddenly!

a movement in the corner of the room!

and there is nothing i can do

when I realize with fright

that the spiderman is having me for dinner tonight!

 

quietly he laughs, shaking his head

creeps closer now

closer to the foot of the bed

and softer than shadow and quicker than flies

his arms are all around me and his tongue in my eyes!

"be still be calm be quiet now my precious boy

don't struggle like that or I will only love you more

for it's much too late to get away or turn on the light

'cause the spiderman is having you for dinner tonight"

 

and I feel like I'm being eaten

by a thousand million shivering furry holes

and I know that in the morning I will wake up

in the shivering cold

 

the spiderman is always hungry...

 

"Come into my parlor," said the spider to the fly... "I have something for you..."

 

 

Well, I can't sleep now. Thanks a lot!

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This is the most terrifying song in the world.

I used to like that song at first. laugh.gif Until I heard it so many times it started scaring me. blink.gif

I'm kinda scared of this:

Even though it's the intro song for my favourite TV show it scares me to the bone. It really does.

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I looked through my bookmarks a couple of days ago and i'm very worried to why I found this:

 

I don't think its particularly scary (perhaps a tad creepy), but I literally have no clue why its even there..

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I second those who have mentioned the Lavender Town theme, mostly when I was younger (I first played Firered when I was around 7 years old?). It was creepy, but I liked it, since I did tend to be attracted to scary stuff.

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Beautiful song, kinda creepy.

 

She also sings Come little children. That I both love and am scared of, some versions are scary.

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I confess that for some reason, the theme to the "War Of The Worlds" scares the bajeebus out of me for some reason xd.png Not as much now, but when I was a kid i used to scream for it to be turned off.

 

The X Files Theme used to, as well. But I kind of got over that one.

 

Although I agree with anything by justin beiber is terrifying, as is one direction *shudders*

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I love all songs by Poets of the Fall, but their music videos are creepy. xd.png I can't listen to "Carnival of Rust" without thinking of worn-down funfairs and decaying clowns anymore. This is PotF's official channel. ...Have fun.

 

..Then there's all sorts of video game bgm, like "Damnation" from 2nd Super Robot Wars OG.

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There's one called Black Widow by Dolores O'riordan. I find the tone unsettling, like a song that's been extracted from some dark fairytale. I can't remember the lyrics with precision at all, I just don't like the song as a whole.

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I love these songs but they're like wOAh calm down pls

 

Cease to Exist by SUICIDE SILENCE

 

King For A Day by Pierce The Veil

 

S/C/A/R/E/C/R/O/W by My Chemical Romance (Because well, the song is about a unit of Dracs in Battery City and those damn things I swear even though Danger Days is not real I will never put on one of those damn Drac masks I'm just too afraid oop)

 

Jingle Bells by Korn (i find it hilarious lmao but it still freaks me out)

 

Leviathan by LeATHERMØUTH (listen to it (or don't please don't and you'll know why)

 

and lastly 5th Period Massacre by LeATHERMØUTH because it's about a school shooting...

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Jonestown Tea by Otep

 

Just don't listen to it... it can be extremely, extremely triggering. Plus it's rather explicit, of course. :/

 

Actually, I just sat and cried the first time I listened to it. It kind of hit home for a variety of reasons for me. :/

 

 

and Suicide Trees, also by Otep.

 

Which is also really hitting home to me. and the fact its spoken and whispered like someone talking to themselves is even scarier.

 

 

Edited by Trickseh

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I used to like this song, in fact I still do, however it seems to cast an unnerving effect around the atmosphere whenever it sounds. It's called Under Your Spell. To me, it seems similar to a descent into madness, some sort of void thanks to an obsession. This person allowed their obsession to challenge their own sanity, transforming their life into a generalized state of neglect. There's also a part with whispery repetition of the phrase "forever and ever" which for some reason makes me uneasy. Maybe I'm overanalyzing the situation. Give it a listen, it's not too bad.

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There's one called Black Widow by Dolores O'riordan. I find the tone unsettling, like a song that's been extracted from some dark fairytale. I can't remember the lyrics with precision at all, I just don't like the song as a whole.

...The title of that song immediately made me remember a Finnish song called "Tumma nainen" or "Dark Woman". The story in that is pretty dark, even though the music isn't. xd.png These are the lyrics (they look a little clunky since I translated them from Finnish in a hurry... they'd look better if I put more effort into it).

 

She didn't get out of her car

Just pet the cat on her lap

She pointed for me to follow

When she did, I knew I would

 

She drew a dim sign on the window

And the carriage began to move

The road ended on a shady yard

She took me in and said it wouldn't take long

 

*Refrain

That dark woman conjured my fate for me

In a black bowl she brewed a bewitched drink

That dark woman danced like a blazing fire

She told me my tomorrow unhappy would be

 

From her cards she got a soldier

And mumbled the strangest things

You think that man is yours only

But in my cards I see another woman

 

You have to forget that man

And mustn't visit him anymore

I wondered about the strange advice

As I left, I wondered what was wrong

 

*Refrain

 

I threw myself onto my bed

Didn't cry, but stood up again

I remembered the herbs of that drink

After smelling them in my room

 

I sneaked back to that house

Heard the laughs and couldn't take it

After throwing away the gun

I left my lover in the witch's arms

 

*Refrain

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The World of Drawcia. Look it up yourself. Reminder: this is from a Kirby game, and the 'music,' if you can even call it that, is making me feel like I have tinnitus when I really don't.

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I have never had this problem. There's only been songs that annoyed to the point I'd rather flee than be forced to listen to it again. Not the same thing. 

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Never had a song scare me per say, but I watched The Brave Little Toaster again in many years and I could not believe the last song in it called 'Worthless' along with a car that committed suicide. I do not recommend reading the lyrics (or going to youtube and listening to it) if you are feeling depressed at all. It literally threw me in a funk for a day and a half.

 

Editing to add details: For those of you who do not know the movie, the song/scene I am talking about is where the main characters are taken to a dump full of cars, and the cars start singing as they are picked up by this giant magnet and placed on a conveyor belt to be crushed (killed).

 

Spoiler

Blue sedan:
I can't take this kind of pressure
I must confess one more dusty road
Would be just a road too long

Chorus:
Worthless

Pink convertible:
I just can't, I just can't
I just can't seem to get started
Don't have the heart to live in the fast lane
All that has passed and gone

Chorus:
Worthless
(Brown Car: And there ain't nothing you can do about it!)
Worthless
(Black car: Pardon me while I panic!)
Worthless, worthless, worthless

Red sportscar
I come from KC Missouri
And I got my kicks out on Route 66
Every truck stop from Butte to MO

Motown to old Alabama
From Texarkana and east of Savannah
From Tampa to old Kokomo

Chorus:
Worthless

Old racecar:
I once ran the Indy 500
I must confess I'm impressed how I did it
I wonder how close that I came

Now I get a sinking sensation
I was the top of the line, out of sight; out of mind
So much for fortune and fame

Texan limousine:
Once took a Texan to a wedding,
Once took a Texan to a wedding
He kept forgetting, his loneliness letting
His thoughts turn to home and we turned

Hearse:
I took a man to a graveyard
I beg your pardon, it's quite hard enough
Just living with the stuff I have learned

Chorus:
Worthless

Beach station wagon:
Once drove a surfer to sunset
There were bikinis and buns, there were weenies
Fellini just couldn't forget

Pico, let's go up to Zuma
Pico, let's go up to Zuma
From Zuma to Yuma the rumor was
I had a hand in the lay of the land
(with Chorus:)
Get up and go hit the highway

Saxophone solo

Chorus:
(Oo-wooh...)

Green pickup
I worked on a reservation
Chorus:
(Ooh...ooh...)
Green pickup
Who would believe they would love me and (with Chorus) leave
On a bus back to old Santa Fe?

(without Chorus) Once in an Indian Nation
I took the kids on the skids where the Hopi
(with Chorus) Was happy 'til I heard 'em say...
"You're worthless"

 

 

 

Edited by Tetelestai

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Probably just video game music of sections which would freak me out when I was younger, like Sand Traps or Radio from HL2.

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