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Now what have I become?
It's more black in my heart.
Than the ice in your lungs.

Hail elegance as we revel in the lust of pure destruction.
"Miss Cadaverous", let me light the darkness in your eyes.

I am yours.
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    anonymous
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    Jun 24th, 2018 6:21am report


    I interpret it as someone who is suffering from a bad relationship with a once-caring person who has now became neglectful - recognising that she "once felt like home" -, and he has subsequently been tainted and tormented by this. He was desperate to help her, wanting to "light the darkness", because in his eyes he is hers - and she is aware of his love for her but uses it as a way to make him into her puppet (perhaps part of the Puppet Trilogy?). All the "love" that she gave him, and has in perhaps a new relationship with someone new, is just her way on trying to relieve her cravings and pain. I think the song explores his distress of the relationship, with him trying to help her but then her letting the darkness within consume her until she has became a totally different person.




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