I Ain’t Superstitious

I Ain’t Superstitious

I Ain’t Superstitious is Megadeth’s take on a Howlin’ Wolf song written by Willie Dixon from the early sixties, albeit with drastically altered tempo & typically Megadeth lyrics. It’s a song that deals with society’s predication for superstition and furiously condemns such asinine nonsense.

I Ain’t Superstitious features on Megadeth’s second album Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying?

I Ain’t Superstitious Lyrics

I ain’t superstitious,
When a black cat crosses my path
And I ain’t superstitious
As I break the looking glass
Ain’t afraid of no demons,
Don’t make me laugh!
I ain’t superstitious,
Under the ladder I go
And I ain’t superstitious,
It’s all bullshit, don’t you know!
I ain’t afraid of no shadows,
I like the dark anyway
And that’s a fact! Ha!

Superstitious, superstitious

And I ain’t superstitious,
No such thing as bad luck
And I ain’t superstitious,
I couldn’t really give a fuck
Take your stupid superstitions,
Find some other paranoidal,
Chickenshit, sissy, worm, and tell it to him

Superstitious, superstitious

I ain’t superstitious

And that’s a fact, one more time,
Come on, shut your mouth,
Listen up, hey it’s my turn

All solos – Poland

Music & Lyrics – Willy Dixon