"My Dark Star" as written by Brett Anderson and Bernard Butler....
In a hired car she will come to England from the sea
And as the tide flows the London snows will come.
And from the skyline shines the lies of the government's singular history
So in a hired world she will buy a gun

And she will come from India with a love in her eyes
That say oh how my dark star will rise
In rented gear two thousand years we waited for a man
But with a tattooed tit she'd die for us all tonight.
And she will come from India with a gun at her side,
Or she will come from Argentina
With her cemetery eyes that say
Oh, how my dark star will rise,

And she will rise.

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"My Dark Star" as written by Bernard Butler Brett Anderson

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    General CommentJesus is a black woman?!

    Strangely enough, this was a recurring motif in 1994: "Love Spreads" by the Stone Roses also suggests this.
    bradleybon December 08, 2005   Link
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    General Commentof course Jesus is a black woman. duh
    bibaon April 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about Brett's former girlfriend, Sam.
    palegreenon June 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGreat song.
    Eatcarpeton September 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is so beautiful. Suede reminds me of a when I was 16-17.
    forgotten412on October 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSounds like some sort of revenge for mistreatment by the British government? India was under British rule for quite some time, and Argentina has the Falklands. The line about the government's lies would seem to confirm this.
    DrRoyon June 29, 2010   Link
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    General CommentOf course it is about Frida Kahlo; Brett's mother was a fan of her's
    GinGinion August 02, 2012   Link

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