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14 December 2012, 10:53 AM   #1
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I think it's about someone committing suicide after their partner left them. 

There's no living in my life anymore
The seas have gone dry
And the rain's stopped falling
Please don't you cry any more
Can't you see
Listen to the breeze
Whisper to me please
Don't send me to the path of nevermore

Even the valley's below
Where the rays of the sun
Were so warm and tender
Now haven't anything to grow
Can't you see?
Why did you have to leave me? (nevermore)
Why did you deceive me? (nevermore)
You sent me to the path of nevermore
When you say you didn't love me anymore
Ah ah nevermore nevermore

There's no living in my life anymore
Suicide. 

Don't send me to the path of nevermore
Sounds like some kind of afterlife.

When you say you didn't love me anymore
Bam. Partner leaving. He felt bad, and he committed suicide. What do you think this song
means?
I'm just a musical prostitute, my dear.

14 December 2012, 11:53 PM   #2
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Yeah, I can see how it is about suicide, but more like someone goig to commit it IF their
partner leaves them
Or they feel that thir partner is the one, and that if they leave them, then they would
have nothing to live for, but doesnt necasarily mean that they ill commit suicide.

There's no living in my life anymore 
The seas have gone dry 
And the rain's stopped falling
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Even the valley's below 
Where the rays of the sun 
Were so warm and tender Now haven't anything to grow 

The lines above are more explaining life becoming meaningless now that something has
occured (in my opinion) rather than going on about suicide r the thought of it.
Its like when someone has something they love, it has their heart but when something bad
happens (Like, they love their partner and thus forth, the world seems better, and then
the partner leaves) The pain causes the object to lose its appeal. The object being the
world, and the  partner leaves the poet being the thing that has occured.

The 'Don't send me to the path of nevermore' Could be a form of afterlife, but some people
just straight up hate being single and alone, another meaning could be the path of
depression, which is more likely to happen when someone is left than suicide (not to say
that it doesnt happen)

Overall, the meaning of the song can be disputed without asking the actual writer, but to
me it means more like the shine has gone from the world now that their partner has left
them for whatever reason they have chosen and the person who was left has gone into a
depressive episode.

14 December 2012, 11:57 PM   #3
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By the way sorry for just casually dropping inon your guild without being part of it,
just was curious and what'd put in my 10 cents worth

15 December 2012, 12:40 AM   #4
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Joined: 13 Aug 2012
Posts: 43
I see what you mean, Curtnay.
I'm just a musical prostitute, my dear.

16 December 2012, 09:27 AM   #5
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^_^ Well, thats good. Though I liked your point of veiw, but yeah. English is my best
subject and we had to do studies like this on Edgar Allan Poe haha...
anyway

16 December 2012, 09:39 AM   #6
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Joined: 13 Aug 2012
Posts: 43
Awesome!
I'm just a musical prostitute, my dear.

16 December 2012, 10:13 AM    #7
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Tis



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