What does Say You'll Haunt Me mean?

Stone Sour: Say You'll Haunt Me Meaning

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Song Released: 2010

Say You'll Haunt Me Lyrics

Little supernovas in my head
Little soft pulses in my dead
Little souvenirs and secrets shared
Little of guard and unprepared

I was never good enough to find
I was never bad enough to mind
In the middle I will do my best
Take me in your...


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    Jul 27th 2012 !⃝

    He wrote it about his wife.

    Corey: "...about my new wife and how I feel about her. It's about the crazy passion I have for her. She's probably the best person I have ever met."

  2. anonymous
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    Sep 4th 2021 !⃝

    For this person, this "love" is one that has never been before nor will ever be again for them. This plea is that no matter what happens between them in this life and future lives, that nothing will change or replace the love/connection that's been shared between them, ever. That regardless of when, where or with whomever else, that this love will endure all eternity. I.M.O.this is a Twin Flame song.

  3. anonymous
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    Jun 5th 2019 !⃝

    They long for the one they love and is sending a message and hoping they will see how they truly feel and contact them because their heart hurts but has no way of contacting them or wants to contact them but can’t because of pride maybe or is afraid of rejection

  4. anonymous
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    Mar 14th 2017 !⃝

    First,let me just say that I absolutely LOVE this song above all other Stone Sour songs. Secondly, my interpretation of this song is that the one presenting the song to their object of affection is pleading with them foe their love, devotion and affection as the singer has for them. What an amazing and kick ass love song!

  5. anonymous
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    Nov 24th 2012 !⃝

    there is no death do us part. I die you die. with love there is no end, after life you still want to be together

  6. anonymous
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    Jun 7th 2011 !⃝

    The singer is dazed and left wondering what happened to their relationship. The surreality of the loss of the love they're used to makes it hard to accept the new reality, so, in desperation, they plead with their lover to come back(or with God to have them come back, if they've died... I'm not sure). The song is a deconstruction of what goes through somebody's mind when a love that's been the focus of their life for a very long time is suddenly gone, either by sudden realization that it's been fading or by death, etc. Obviously, the singer is obsessively devoted and cannot accept any reality except one in which he and his lover are together. As obsessive and stalkerish as it sounds, I could sympathize if my wife ever left me or died.

  7. anonymous
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    Jan 13th 2011 !⃝

    The person lost there lover.
    But doesn't want to lose who ever it was.
    The person longs for there lover to come back as something like a ghost, so they won't be alone.

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