"Have It Out" as written by and Ryan Lee Guldemond....
I have it out, I have it out, with myself,
With myself, I have it out.
It's gonna get ugly.
It's gonna get messy.
It's gonna be World War III of myself.
I have it in for this guy who's been there for me
A fuckin' gem who takes me back in like a friend.
But what is he good for, if he just stay spectator of war?
I have it in for, have it in for, have it in for.
I'm gonna start with his liver,
And throw it into a river of tar.
I'm gonna move to his fingers,
Can't play guitar,
Can't play the rockstar.
He'll have but nothing to talk about,
He won't be able to flap his mouth.
'Cause I'mma cut out his tongue.
Can't kiss the girls.
Can't fuck the young ones.
I have it out, I have it out, with myself
With myself, I have it out.
And what about you?
Yeah, and what about you?
What about you?


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"Have It Out" as written by Ryan Lee Guldemond

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    My InterpretationI believe that Ryan also talked about this song. Said something like it's a song about self-destruction & self-hatred. When I first heard it, I thought it was someone singing about a person they knew who faked their entire personality. They led them on, acting friendly, convincing them that they're a really good person. In reality, however, they're the very definition of evil. There are implications of sexual abusing/possibly raping young girls. When the person finds out that they've been doing this, they become overwhelmed with rage, and either fantasize about the violence they could cause or actually act upon it.
    I see how this could be internalized, though. Maybe the person themselves is fucked up, or has fucked something up, and they knew people understood what they did, but didn't say or do anything, and it infuriated them.
    The beauty with MM is that you can interpret their songs in so many ways. I love it when songs are completely up to interpretation, and the band keeps quiet about the actual meaning because they love to read what their fans have to say.
    Reapermaneon July 27, 2015   Link

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