"Raven" as written by Tony Romeo, Michael Lockwood and Lisa Marie Presley....
And as the raven flies, she feels unwelcome
She's fallen out of her tree and caught on a limb with silver lining
Her wings uncertain, but she's still flying
Yeah, little Raven, I see you there

Hold your head up now
I won't try to pull your feathers out
I promise

Go on, dry your eyes
You know that I've forgiven you and I'm sorry
And everything 'till now
It wasn't that bad really
Beautiful lady

Why don't you fly with me?
We'll have a chat and a cup of tea
And a long lost need to see who's really there
And you'll finally be OK with me
And I'll hear your stories
That filled your sad eyes when you had raven hair

Hold your head up high
I know that I've been ruthless
I've been ruthless


Go on, dry your eyes
Hey, you finally see me
And I see you
And everything 'till now
It wasn't that bad really
Beautiful lady


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"Raven" as written by Michael Lockwood Lisa Marie Presley

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    General CommentLisa Marie wrote this song for her mom. I think every chick has bashed heads with her mom, and can relate to a certain point to this song.
    khrystaon April 07, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti figured this was for her mom. its a beautiful song.

    i can relate too...
    biggestFANon March 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthmm...i always thought it was about someone having a tough time with their social life and then suddenly thingss started to get better...
    Illyria257on January 03, 2010   Link
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    General CommentShe confirmed the song is about her mother. It's a beautiful song, the beginning and end with Priscilla and baby Lisa arguing and it ending with baby Lisa singing "I think I love you" just gets to me.
    Jujubee123on January 30, 2010   Link

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