September Sun

Album: Dead Again (2007)

Songfacts®:

  • "September Sun" is a reflection on a relationship that has long soured but yet still haunts the singer (Peter Steele). You can hear Steele scream the name Elizabeth during the chorus, a reminder of the love lost. A person can easily relate to the emotions of the singer as many have an "Elizabeth" in their lives. >>
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    wes - IL

Comments: 2

  • Pryce from Litchfield, NhI love Type O Negative! This is my favorite song by them!!!!! It reminds me of a love that I lost...
  • Cain Vampyricus Carr from Nod, InI know what that is like, due to the fact that i am seperated from my son. but alas... it is NOT an elizabeth. however this relationship has made me go crazy, I spent a month in a hospital for observation because I had stated that I wanted to go there or I was going to go on a rampage, look at me now, I have made good progress, I have not hurt anybody since.
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