"Blue Rose" as written by and Kenneth Banks Elizabeth Lacharla Wright....
Blue as the crying sky
With no thorn, AND no THISTLE
Only AN open face
Staring at the waking world

Maybe she´s just a morning glory
Lost in a tangle of vine
Maybe she´s just a morning glory
Lost in a tangle of vine

Her arms stretch wide
To receive a life
And her ROOTS go deep into the BLACK EARTH for strength
And she blooms and

Maybe she´s just a morning glory
Lost in a tangle of vine
Maybe she´s just a morning glory
Lost in a tangle of vine

She blooms while the people sleep
Only the TRAVELERS SEE HER
To those who RISE with the noon day Sun
She is a closed mystery

AND Maybe she´s just a morning glory
Lost in a tangle of vine
OH, Maybe she´s just a morning glory
Lost in a tangle of vine
Lost in a tangle of vine
Lost in a tangle of vine


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    General Commenta Morning Glory is a flower (often blue, hence the name Blue Rose) that blooms only early in the morning. i think this song is a metaphor for a woman who may not be quite understood by others... maybe she is something of an enigma, and only those who try can see who she really is. (just like only those who travel early in the morning can see a morning glory bloom)...
    Pryncess33on March 14, 2007   Link

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