(Right!)

(Fire!) the fire is more right than my eyes
Don't remain, go misplay, you're so, so wild
(Traitor!) your vengeance night, yes, always for me
Always now, once you know, widow

(Right!)

(Murder!) your fire murders all my problems
Ah (oh yeah!)

Fire here I see the fire in my heart
Traitor hate your face, obey or you're gonna die
Murder murderer in you call me to die
Oh yeah I'll come back to you when I'm dead

Your voice is getting closer (today fuck every day!)

Sleep up in the night - the Lord doesn't matter in my fight
Widow, tell me the reason

Fire fire is into turning in my heart
Traitor hate your face, obey or you're gonna die
Murder: praying on my knee, I saw her near, come here
Oh yeah I'll come back to you when I'm dead

I'm dead this is all, widow


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Black Widow Lyrics as written by Sami Okko Aleksanteri Kuoppala Aleksi Laiho

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    I absolutely love this song. I reckon it has the best intros of all the COBHC songs. Still can't quite work out what Alexi was getting at when he wrote this song but i love it. If anyone knows could you help me out?

    COBHATEBREEDERon January 03, 2005   Link
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    I absolutely love this song. I reckon it has the best intros of all the COBHC songs. Still can't quite work out what Alexi was getting at when he wrote this song but i love it. If anyone knows could you help me out?

    COBHATEBREEDERon January 03, 2005   Link
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    The "Black Widow" was a serial killer in U.S

    s7b4on June 21, 2005   Link
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    This song is about a woman who kills her husband, who then returns from the grave to avenge himself.

    Ddaduttaon September 19, 2005   Link
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    Anyonw know if that little music piece in the beginning of the song has an extended part? It's so catchy...

    Philemon_Crowleyon February 01, 2006   Link
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    This song is way underrated, only 5 comments! This is one of their better ones.

    eaten0uton October 08, 2007   Link
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    I think Ddadutta got the meaning quite right. Or maybe the wife is at this very moment killing her husband, who promises to come back from the dead for vengeance: "Oh yeah: I'->ll

    C2H5OHon October 16, 2007   Link
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    No idea about the meaning of this song. One thing I know is that this is a killer song! Love the chorus...hell yeah!

    Allfadiron March 21, 2009   Link

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