Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)" is the title track from David Bowie's 1980 album Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps). It was also issued as the third single from that album in January 1981
Scary Monsters (スケアリー・モンスターズ Sukearī Monsutāzu) is the Stand of Dr. Ferdinand featured in Steel Ball Run. Following Ferdinand's death, Diego Brando retains the transformation ability through the power of the Saint's Left Eye and, as a result, develops his own version of the Stand. Transforming into the dinosaur Utahraptor; Diego gains stripes spelling out "DIO" all over his body. His hair turns into spikes that end in round, ball-shaped tips on the back of his head
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Scary monsters, super creeps Keep me running, running scared Scary monsters, super creeps Keep me running, running scared Scary monsters, super creeps Keep me running, running scared Scary monsters, super creeps Keep me running, running scared. Run, Run, Run. More on Genius. About Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps). The song title was inspired by a Kellogg’s Corn Flakes ad campaign: Scary Monsters and Super Heroes. It describes the feelings of an obsessive man when he gets a shy girlfriend. Though his influence on her initially works out well for the relationship, it becomes too much for her. She soon becomes a recluse, leaves the man, and descends into madness, seeing all strangers as ‘scary monsters’. Bowie compares the uncertainty of his upcoming career in the 80s to the anxiety one feels when entering a relationship.
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