In this petal of storms here
I will whisper to you this
Phoney paternalism has bitten the dust
What shall be will be and must
Many shades of rose have fled the nest
Behind a vast amass emptiness
They were stupid, blind, not even our kind
A guest and a loss and a ghost
A villain thanks the most
Better an end with fear than a fear without end
This time the victim is desire
Here in Black Jena

Better an end with fear than a fear without end
A guest and a loss and a ghost
A villain thanks the most
They were stupid, blind, not even our kind
This time the victim is desire
Here in Black Jena

I am not what you see or must be
This mask is you masked eternally

In this petal of storms here
I will whisper to you this
Many shades of rose have fled the nest
Behind a vast amass emptiness
They were stupid, blind, not even our kind
They were stupid, blind, not even our kind

A guest and a loss and a ghost
A villain thanks the most
Better an end with fear than a fear without end
This time the victim is desire
Here in Black Jena

Better an end with fear than a fear without end
A guest and a loss and a ghost
A villain thanks the most


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Black Jena song meanings
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