Sitting in a corner all alone,
staring from the bottom of his soul,
watching the night come in from the window, window

It'll all collapse tonight, the fullmoon is here again
In sickness and in health, understanding so demanding
It has no name, there's one for every season
Makes him insane to know

Running away from it all
"I'll be safe in the cornfields", he thinks
Hunted by his own,
again he feels the moon rising on the sky

Find a barn which to sleep in, but can he hide anymore
Someones at the door, understanding too demanding
Can this be wrong, it's love that is not ending
Makes him insane to know

She should not lock the open door
(run away run away, run away)
Fullmoon is on the sky and he's not a man anymore
sees the change in him but can't
(run away run away, run away)
See what became out of her man... (Fullmoon)

Swimming across the bay,
the night is gray, so calm today
She doesn't wanna wait.
"We've gotta make the love complete tonight..."

In the mist of the morning he cannot fight anymore
hundred moons or more, he's been howling
Knock on the door, and scream that is soon ending
Mess on the floor again...

She should not lock the open door
(run away run away, run away)
Fullmoon is on the sky and he's not a man anymore
sees the change in him but can't
(run away run away, run away)
See what became out of her man

She should not lock the open door
(run away run away, run away)
Fullmoon is on the sky and he's not a man anymore
Sees the change in him but can't
(run away run away, run away)
See what became out of her darling man

She should not lock the open door
(run away run away, run away)
Fullmoon is on the sky and he's not a man anymore
ohhhoooww ohhhow......
See what became out of her man...


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Fullmoon song meanings
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    General CommentI love this song. I think the meaning is kinda clear - about a man, maybe werewolf? (lycantrophy maybe? it's kinda confusing for me, something like that definetly) in love with a woman, which he cannot be with 'cause of the monster he is. Despite that she still loves him and wants to "make the love complete tonight". The 'Someones at the door, understanding, too demanding' part is about the full moon (according to my thoughts, I may be wrong. )

    "Knock on the door, and scream that is soon ending
    Mess on the floor again..." this part sounds to me like the man, once turned into a beast/werewolf (not sure, whatever, the point is the same), can't hold himself anymore and I think he may have killed that woman.. (or another person, but the lyrics kinda imply that its her) I think I'm really wrong in this part, but.. "She should not lock the open door", "See what became out of her man.."

    Correct me if I'm wrong, please.. :)
    RocketQueen97on February 09, 2010   Link
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    General Commentgreat song,no idea what is the meaning!
    stefanoschaon September 30, 2009   Link
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    General CommentOk i think this song is defintly about a werewolf :) but i think it is symbolic for the "monsters" that live inside all of use and in this case the man could not fight his.
    MsHorrorRockon June 17, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI think the "It has no name, there's one for every season" is a reference to the 'Names given to the Full Moon"

    January Moon After Yule, Wolf Moon, or Old Moon
    February Snow Moon or Hunger Moon
    March Sap Moon, Crow Moon, or Lenten Moon
    April Grass Moon or Egg Moon
    May Milk Moon or Planting Moon
    June Rose Moon, Flower Moon, or Strawberry Moon
    July Thunder Moon or Hay Moon
    August Grain Moon or Green Corn Moon
    September Fruit Moon or Harvest Moon
    October Harvest Moon or Hunter's Moon
    November Hunter's Moon, Frosty Moon, or Beaver Moon
    December Moon Before Yule or Long Night Moon.
    MetalMalcon September 03, 2013   Link

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