"Le Cirque En Rose" as written by and Renn Hawkey Elijah Blue Allman....
Once far away, through a dimension adjacent the day, transcending azure surrounds. One more try to hypnotize, a true life suspension. But to always remain in league with Poseidon. Another chance to undermine as the dead rose decides to come alive. We'll see how low birds can fly, still it's yellow derriere the crystal eye. Come sign away, you can leave your worries behind. But like the winds we'll pass you by, fill your days with blandness. And now has ome the time to defame and ill divine. The how determines the newer regime and who's the Constantine. LeCirque En Rose. So crowned we stroll through lie, never quit, rain or shine. Never question what's inside, till the last beat...end of time, So go fly away to that special place.

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"Le Cirque en Rose (Obsolescence)" as written by Renn Hawkey Elijah Blue Allman


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    General CommentThis song could mean many things just depends how you look at it but the title means "The Circus in Pink" =D
    Deadsy17on July 27, 2002   Link
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    General CommentIt seems to mean so much that I can't glean anything from looking straight off at the lyrics...
    Bobo192on July 27, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI LUV DEADSY.....well it could mean anything but all songs dont have to have a meaning :P
    deadsyluveron August 01, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthe full title of this song is "Le Cirque en Rose (Obsolescence)"
    penumbraon September 03, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song is awesome...and it means 'The Pink Circus'. I could see a video for this, them in a circus, in the center ring standing on those bucket things that elephants stand on, each with their symbols on it. I dunno, I get bored during school.
    the eternal pupilon September 04, 2002   Link

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