"Constantine" as written by and Marissa Nadler....
Constantine's in his limousine
Does he recall the codeine daze?
Tambourines with the water clean
A sad silver screen at his cabarets
But he joined a band to play rock and roll
A sad city center on a summer stroll
He set his deck on the land here
Festered and drove and disappeared

Constantine, was it all a dream?
I was there with my nicotine
A scene had not been waned and weaned
And town after town thought we were a team
Then we met up again on the river green
But you joined a band to play rock and roll
A sad city center for I didn't know
You said it's dead here on the land
And festered and drove, you disappeared

You lie, you miss the mannered chains
That hung from your neck like golden rain
Always in mind, always in mind
Constantine, Constantine
But you joined a band to play rock and roll
A sad city center on the summer's hole
You said it's dead here on the land here
Festered and drove and disappeared

As time goes by, I hear your voices near
Though we met up again on a river green


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