This track opener is introduced with the phrase, "Let's fall apart together now," before vocalist Ville Valo
croons, "We're zipping Cupid in a body bag well worn, next to the mausoleum he was born in." Kerrang!
magazine January 2, 2010 asked Valo how humorous he considers Screamworks
to be. The HIM frontman replied: "There is humor in there, as always. The first line of the album is 'We're zipping Cupid in a body bag well worn, next to the mausoleum he was born in.' Obviously you can take that seriously but I'm not sure whether you should. It's about the end of a relationship and it being time to start something new. It's about reaching the end of something, burying the hatchet, and realising that's a positive thing. It's cathartic to let things go, especially when you remember the bloody, f---ing carnage they were."