I will spill blood on your filthy princess whites
Come home tonight so I can slit your throat
Every time you discard my heart
Your ship's sinking fast
The colours are fading
Save me again tonight
You know I'll make it count
Princess, there's more to life than robbing banks
You won't walk away from this broken heart
Slash my arms
Tear off my limbs
I will never back down to your sin


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    General CommentThis is about killing an ex... ripping her limb from limb, apparently. I don't know why it says slash MY arms since it's about killing someone else... possibly this bit is from her point of view. Or maybe it's saying 'you could' slash my arms and tear off my limbs but I wouldn't back down to your sin.

    "Filthy princess whites" would refer to her being pure (thats the symbolism of white) but not really, because the whites are "filthy", perhaps saying that she thinks she's innocent but guilty as hell? Pretty straightforward song though.
    GunTotingHippyon September 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about his wife cheating on him (Every time you discard my heart) and his going to kill her for that (Come home tonight so I can slit your throat)
    it's a easy song to get not to much to it
    devilguyon November 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about his wife cheating on him (Every time you discard my heart) and his going to kill her for that (Come home tonight so I can slit your throat)
    it's a easy song to get not to much to it
    devilguyon November 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentno idea what the chorus means but by god its a killer!
    Rymonon January 11, 2009   Link
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    tommybearshareon March 10, 2011   Link

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