The promise of heaven pushed us right back to hell
Turned three sevens into three sixes again
And you laughed at my face when I told you how much it hurts
And said...

Disarm me with your loneliness just like always before
Deceive me out of my emptiness telling me how you love

You keep on tempting me to go on whatever the cost
To witness the prettiest flower in bloom wither to dust
So I'll break all the rules in this endless game once called "Love" for you...

Disarm me with your loneliness just like always before and
Deceive me out of my emptiness telling me how you love
Me with all your heart no more

Disarm me with your loneliness just like always before

Disarm me with your loneliness just like always before
Deceive me out of my emptiness telling me how you love me with all your heart no more

Tell me how much you miss my warmth
No more
Tell me how my kiss can change your world
No more
Tell me how much it hurts (more) to be alone
No more
Telling me that you love me with all all your heart
No more....


Lyrics submitted by Zenaku, edited by mphillips117


Disarm Me (With Your Loneliness) song meanings
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    General CommentI think it's about not wanting to face reality, in the sense that the relationship came to its end, so he asks her to deceive him in some way ''Lie to me that you love me with all your heart..no more''.
    Cy4nideon August 12, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningIts about a relationship where one keeps going back to a person, and it never works. There are a few of HIM's other songs which are about the same thing, including "Passion's Killing Floor".

    The first two lines set the tone - despite the fact that they came out of a bad relationship with each other, they're going back because they hope they can fix it this time around, and be happy together. The next two lines seem to imply that while Ville is hurting and suffering, the other person, knowing he loves them, doesn't seek to remedy the problems they're facing. They just say "If you love me, you'll stay, because I need you". They appeal to his sympathy for their hurt, and "deceive" him into staying by making promises they won't or can't keep - that everything will get better.

    Ville wants to leave, but he can't bring himself to. He keeps being drawn back in by the person's charms, by their sadness... and by the pain he knows that he himself will face if he leaves this precious person.

    Eventually, however, he's had enough. He realises it was all a farce, so he's going to break all the rules of that which was once called "love". And the only rule was that he couldn't leave.

    So he says "Tell me how much you miss my warmth, my kiss, (no more)." No more pain, no more bullshit, no more guilt trips and sad stories to soften my heart.
    mphillips117on June 18, 2014   Link
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    General CommentIt's about disappointment in love. It's about someone telling you they love you, and they want to be with you, but they really don't want to work on the relationship. They keep pushing you for a commitment, and you're just not ready. So they find someone else. And you realise that they didn't want you at all, they just wanted the ring or the marriage certificate. IDK.. haha.. that's what it means to me.
    JPHendrixon April 09, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIt took him a few years to actually finish writing this song. Out of all his songs he said this one was probably the most difficult one.
    HerInfernalon November 03, 2013   Link

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