"Lost Innocent World" as written by Pedro Erazo-segovia, Oliver Francis Charles, Eugene Hutz, Yuri Lemeshev, Sergey Ryabstev, Thomas Gobena and Michael Ward....
Hey rejuvenation, the second wind
When, when, when, when will it begin?
Repatriation, what is my sin?
When, when, when, when will my ship come in?

First I asked the sailor to sneak me aboard
Bring me place my father showed me my first guitar chord
Place where lie of second thought cannot survive
Place where all my friends are still alive

Lost innocent world
Lost innocent paradise
Where did you go?
I payed too high a price
Lost innocent world
Lost innocent paradise
Once I get you back
I'll never sacrifice

Da da da

Then I asked every geisha from the willow town
But nobody wanted to see death of a clown
We danced Shanghai tango like no tomorrow jive
When kung fu master found me, he asked me, "Are you still alive?"

Lost innocent world
Lost innocent paradise
Where did you go?
I payed too high a price
Lost innocent world
Lost innocent paradise
Once I get you back
I'll never sacrifice

Da da da

Lost innocent world
My lost innocent paradise
Where did you go?
I payed too high a price

Lost innocent world
Lost innocent paradise
Where did you go?
I payed too high a price
Lost innocent world
Lost innocent paradise
Once I get you back
I'll never sacrifice


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"Lost Innocent World" as written by Michael Ward Eugene Hutz

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    General CommentIn my opinion it's about him going back to the place he lived when he was young, and realizing everything has changed. His innocent world is not there anymore.
    EriBvon August 30, 2013   Link
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    General CommentRejuvenation means (if I understood right) getting young again. So he wants to know how it feels to be a kid again.

    "Death of a Clown" is a great song from The Kinks, and it is about how wonderful things (like circus for a kid) change with time and lose their appeal. I believe it is not a coincidence that it is mentioned here.
    soboton September 04, 2015   Link

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