After a long introduction
You can listen to the story
Which happened during the Roaring Seventies

In July people sweat in the sun
Sitting feet by feet, watching the big game
They didn't know that all that happened to them
Was about themselves, including their fantasy

And the circus went on
With the so-called Glittering Mutations
Applauded by the audience
While praying to the silence
And the mood changed
In a crystal clear atmosphere
With a burning smell in the air
Phoenix rise out of the ash
Is coming along with a terrifying crash
Hydra is laughing, she's got nine heads
So she expects admiration
The big bird doesn't care
The Hydra in his nails
He enters the space
With rageful wings like blowing sails
To the invisible things
To the eternity



Lyrics submitted by cattleya

Syntelman's March of the Roaring Seventies - a) In the Glass-garden song meanings
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