We Stitch These Wounds
We Stitch These Wounds

Black Veil Brides - We Stitch These Wounds Lyrics

In the shadowed corridors of heartache, "We Stitch These Wounds" emerges as a poignant anthem of betrayal and healing. The lyrics delve into the raw aftermath of a love that has soured, where kisses once sweet have turned venomous. The repetition of desperate… Read more

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May 23, 2008
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We Stitch These Wounds Lyrics

You kissed the lips of evil
Two months is all the same
I begged for this man's approval
Pray to die in vain

Sit down with thoughts alone now
With blood these lyrics came
Your words, they eat right through me
Dead could hear my shame

The tears we've cried, this love has died
You're by yourself with me tonight
It's what we hide with every lie
And stitch these wounds with me tonight

I think of it each time I touch you
Or every time I hear his name
These walls will never crumble
Here's our cause to blame

Sit down with thoughts alone now
With blood these lyrics came
Your words, they eat right through me
Dead could hear my shame

The tears we've cried, this love has died
You're by yourself with me tonight
It's what we hide with every lie
And stitch these wounds with me tonight

Liar, liar, liar, oh

The tears we've cried, this love has died
You're by yourself with me tonight
It's what we hide with every lie
And stitch these wounds with me tonight

The tears we've cried, this love has died
You're by yourself with me tonight
It's what we hide with every lie
And stitch these wounds with me tonight

Liar!
Liar!
Liar say goodbye!

Writer(s): ANDREW DENNIS BIERSACK, CHRIS STEWART, JACOB MARK PITTS
Copyright(s): Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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What is the Meaning of We Stitch These Wounds?

In the shadowed corridors of heartache, "We Stitch These Wounds" emerges as a poignant anthem of betrayal and healing. The lyrics delve into the raw aftermath of a love that has soured, where kisses once sweet have turned venomous. The repetition of desperate pleas and confessions paints a vivid picture of emotional turmoil and self-reflection. 🖤 Each line stitches together the fabric of a wounded soul seeking solace and redemption in the echoes of their own words. It's a battle cry for those who find themselves piecing back their spirit after being shattered by deceit, emphasizing that even in loneliness, there is strength to be reclaimed in mending one's inner scars.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who painted the album cover for 'We Stitch These Wounds'?

    The album cover for 'We Stitch These Wounds' was painted by Richard Villa. He is known for his Victorian style painting which features Black Veil Brides' lead vocalist Andy Biersack stitching a wound on his lip.

  2. What significant changes were made to the song 'We Stitch These Wounds' in its re-recorded version?

    In the re-recorded version of 'We Stitch These Wounds', released as part of the album 'Re-Stitch These Wounds', notable changes include different melodies, accompaniments, and a long guitar solo. Additionally, there was a minor lyrical adjustment that significantly altered how the song sounds compared to its original version.

  3. Who were the producers involved in making the album 'We Stitch These Wounds'?

    'We Stitch These Wounds' was produced under the guidance of manager-turned-producer Blasko, who is also known for his work with Rob Zombie and Ozzy Osbourne. The technical aspects of recording were handled by producer/engineers G. Preston Boebel and Josh Newell.

  4. What role did Andy Biersack's grandfather play in the album 'We Stitch These Wounds'?

    Andy Biersack's grandfather, Urban P. Flanders, featured in the opening track of the album titled 'The Outcasts (Call to Arms)'. His voice is used at the beginning of this track and it also appears at the start of the music video for 'Perfect Weapon'.

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