"Charlotte" as written by and Mercedes Lander Fallon Bowman....
So, Im Nothing.
You Took Something From Me, Now You've Dissapeared.
You're Right Where I Want You.
You Said You Wanted It, Alright.

No! Its Not Alright (3x)

Now I'm Something, And Your Head Is In My Closet.
Dead Forever, They'll Never Search It...

Out Of Sight No! Its Not Alright (3x)
I'm Cold, So Cold, Ohh, Ohh (2x)
If i Find It (2x)
NO! NO WAY! (4x)

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    General CommentIt seems like it would be that some one to ones virginity aways and just fucked them over bigtime "so im nothing you took something from me and now you've dissapeared"
    and they will now seek revenge
    Nicocolaon May 01, 2002   Link
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    General Commentabout the false that virginity is "given away", you're full of crap. i was a virgin when i was raped. does that mean i "gave it away"?!
    auryon March 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentCould've sworn this song was about a book Morgan read about serial killers or something...
    magickmidgeton May 31, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Now I'm Something, And Your Head Is In My Closet.
    Dead Forever, They'll Never Search It... "

    Okay, so I thought this song was about rape:

    "Now I'm Something"...A virgin no more. She's 'something' but she probably doesn't wholly grasp what, probably a victim or a loser.
    "And Your Head Is In My Closet"...The 'head' or 'mark' of the rapist in her 'closet'. She was raped, and the layer of her once-sealed virginty is gone by his filthy intented action.
    "Dead Forever, They'll Never Search It"...Only she knows what happened to her. I mean, for others to know she was raped, they got to look into her crouch to find out if she was indeed raped. But she feels 'dead', or that the exact thing the rapist did to her pretty much is no more, simply a leftover torn scar that nobody will think about searching, unless the girl speaks. =]
    torturedsoulon July 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentTo me, this song is about a girl who gave her virginity away or was raped and the guy left. Now she wants revenge for what happened to her and she feels cold inside. As for the name, it could be that the song isn't about Morgan at all, She may have wrote it for a friend named Charlotte.

    Another possibility is that it is about her friend (Charlotte) who betrayed her/took somthing from her.

    Either way, she or her friend was betrayed and wants revenge.
    Eric0912on November 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthat first sentence didnt make sence, someone took ones virginity away or it could be there heart,
    who knows
    Nicocolaon May 01, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this song....i think morgan has a really good voice contrary to all the screaming. I like the video for this song as well...the angel with the wings ripped off.
    psychotic_oneon May 17, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe video is tight 'cause it's as freaky as hell. This is my favorite Kittie song, I always thought the lyrics were kinda scary. Guitars are awesome, and the part in the song where it gets all quiet is the best. I'm not too sure about what it all means, but Nicocola gets my props on this one.
    evilangel09on May 19, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe video was SO kick ass. It's pretty confusing if you just put the video and the lyrics together, and especially at the END.. that's confusing how he's just ... there.. Anyway, I agree with Nicocola
    Kittie Katon May 28, 2002   Link
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    General CommentFirst off, the song is about someone who was betrayed, the "you took something from me." Isn't just virginity, it means many things. Just betrayal altogether. This person was used, but the victim avenged him/herself. And the video is definitely surrounding a guy who sleeps with virgins and runs off, and at the end, he jumps off the cliff to get away, that's why he is in the wheel chair at the end, because he broke his legs. Easy explanation eh?
    ninscfon June 18, 2002   Link

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