"Raven" as written by and Michael Lockwood Tony Romeo....
not feeling, not nothing, good intentions
but jealousy takes over all
excuses, abuses, this time i know it's not over so i
take all my pride & i shove it back down inside
this time, harassment's gone too far
get away from me, stay the fuck away from me (x4)
he wanted more, one ~, a silent score
ruin my life, kill me now & burn my soul
get away from me, stay the fuck away from me (x4)
{What, is it me?
you can't go out at night, answer me
tell me all about your other life, answer me
what about all those times you looked me in the eyes and said you lied?
you know it's over, over} {x3}
i'm through
get away from me, stay the fuck away from me (x4)
you sold your soul to ~


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"Raven" as written by Mercedes Lander Fallon Bowman

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing

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    General CommentAt first this song really really scared me, but I grew to like it a lot. Probably just about some person who started out with good intentions, and good thoughts, but everything in life brought him/her down, and this person eventually goes crazy with all the things happening n stuff ;p heh.
    Kittie Katon May 28, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti love kittie. kittie is hot... look at my sn u fags,,,,,, i love kittie!!!! i miss talena and fallon.. theyre hot.. and raven is one of my favorite songs
    KiTTiEjustspits420on May 29, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthe bass... kicks ass
    nilnumon August 14, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti love this song.. i scream it at people when they grab my ass and they usually dont do it again.. :)
    notTHATgirlon June 04, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis is a song about a guy repidlity breaking up with a girl (probably Morgan), and getting back together. She calls it "harassment" because he is constantly messing with her head. Then, he finally breaks it off for good and gets a new girl, and morgan still thinks he is hers, so of course, shes filled with jealously. But, in realizing what he really was, and how he hurt her, she lets out all of her anger and screams for him just to stay away once and for all. All the torture he put her through surfaces in her intense chorus. She realized he used her for sex, and she feels stepped on, angry, and sad all at the same time.

    "Tell Me About Your Others, I've Started To Like That. Answer Me. What About All Those Times
    You Looked Me In The Eyes And Said You Lied. "
    She reveals how he cheated on her inbetween breakups.

    Morgan ends the song in an intense empowering phrase giving her the upperhand, and telling him that in his actions, he just made her stronger.
    Or atleast thats how I took it.
    METALLICFIREon June 29, 2003   Link
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    General CommentIs anyone reminded of Eyeless by Slipknot - a band that Kittie's members are/were friends with?
    "Who the FUCK are you? FUCK YOU!
    Better suck it up cause you bled through
    Better get away from me
    Stay the fuck away from me!"
    Tiejazon November 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentTiejaz i agree...i didn't think of it till i listened to it....
    xxxFreakxxxon February 26, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis song for me is, in a sense, ironic -- i had an ex named brandon (the name "brandon" means "little raven" and the song is called "raven". i heard this song right after i found out that he was cheating on me with another girl and to me, that's what this song is about, mainly because i'm projecting my own experiences into the song. when it says, "He Wanted More. Wanted a Silenced Whore," it means to me that all he wanted out of the relationship was sex and now the singer is done with his bullshit.

    so to me, this song is about control, cheating, and resolve to get away from the toxic relationship, but that's just my opinion.
    DevourTheMoonon March 10, 2010   Link

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