"Sweet Vampirous" as written by Brandan Schieppati, Brian Leppke, Ryan Wombacher, Scott Danough, Marta Peterson and Derek Wayne Youngsma....
I've cursed this day with no regrets, with no compromise.
Curse your grace.
Shallow, this hatred that presses its finger to my lips.
Simple love is to blame.
I won't lay my head down with this shame.
Kiss the sky.
I'm always waiting
Here on the ground, on the ground.

Be warned. shallow, this hatred that
Presses its finger to my lips.
Be warned, she'll kill you.
Be warned, she'll kill us all.
Be warned, she'll kill you.
Be warned, she'll kill us all.
Be warned.
Be warned, she'll kill you.
Be warned she'll kill me

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"Sweet Vampirous" as written by Brian Leppke Brandan Schieppati

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    General CommentNO COMMENTS?!?!?

    anyways. This song is all about a failed relationship. She hurt and tortured him (emotionally), until he started hating her- "Shallow this hatred that presses it's finger to my lips". But she's not gonna stop now... "Be warned, she'll kill us all". Like no matter how he hard he tries to walk away from this relationship he'll never be able to beacuse shes always there watching him... or something like that. I know my my interpretation sucks but at least I tried...
    forever_hauntedon February 21, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyeah i think this song about a relationship that is just lust
    phenomenon2006on July 14, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love the signing / screaming of "be warned" ... just gives it a great edge the song, and can think of how to apply such emotion to so many different meanings (not just the intended one in this song).
    sokornyon April 28, 2015   Link

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