BILL WATTERSON

Whereíd you go when you were done?
Iíd like to know what youíve become.
Your biggest fan, awake at dawn,
I cry, I stand on your front lawn.

Itís plain to see youíre scared of me,
But thatís not how itís supposed to be,
when youíre the reason Iím in town,
and every piece of mind you put down...


Donít you know I think youíre the catís meow?
Whereís the tiger now? Whereís the tiger now?

Bill Watterson, canít you hear me?
Bill Watterson, please donít fear me.
Donít treat me like I have rabies,
I only wanna have your babies.


Tracing lines with fingertips,
I saw the signs within these strips.
And through the fog, between the frames
of dialogue, I saw my name.

And now I know where I must go,
to show you that I love you so.
So I brought books for you to sign,
and I brought shears to cut your phone line.


Donít you know I think youíre the catís meow?
Whereís the tiger now? Whereís the tiger now?

Bill Watterson, canít you hear me?
Bill Watterson, please donít fear me.
Don't stare at me from your window.
I know you wanna let me in...


...though, oh!
You want me to show
how much I believe and
prove how far I'll go to meet you,
through thunderstorms and snow...
Well I would do anything.
And oh!
I happen to know
the reason you're hiding
from publicity.
It's not out of eccentricity,
but rather for privacy
when you meet me.



And when we meet I'll be complete.
I'll shake your hand and kiss your feet,
confess my love and buy you flowers.
And eat your heart and absorb your powers.


Donít you know I think youíre the catís meow?
Oh-oh-oh.
Whereís the tiger now? Whereís the tiger now?
Oh oh oh oh!

Bill Watterson, canít you hear me?
Bill Watterson, please donít fear me.
Don't run from me like I'm Jason.
I only wanna try your face on.