"Celestial The Queen" as written by Joseph Bouchard and H Robbins....
I'm out of my place I'm out of my mind
Totally bent in the big time
There's no place for one of my kind
Scorn behind shades I don't care anyway

Celestial the Queen
Celestial the Queen
Celestial the Queen

Her world turns around
In my ear the sound of laughter
Swift descent
Dark and mute dreams deceive

The world turns around me
Celestial the Queen
Celestial the Queen

She came from the dark she came from a dream
All leather and chains the rising queen
Born into the night born into the spotlight
She spread her wings and then she was gone

Celestial the Queen
Celestial the Queen
Celestial the Queen

The world turns around
In my head the fury laughter
Swift ascent
And then forever it meant nothing

The world turns around me
Celestial the Queen
Celestial the Queen


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"Celestial the Queen" as written by Joseph Bouchard H Robbins

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    General CommentI translate this song the lyrics literally describe my head. Of course sang to a woman. see my mixtape
    pirate87on February 05, 2012   Link
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    My InterpretationWritten in an age before "Political Correctness" censorship...this song is obviously about a transvestite. The British slang for "bent" is homosexual. That said, the title could read Celestial--A Queen. To further illuminate--the reference to "all leather and chains" is yet another homosexual inference. And finally, when this song was written, men in drag were funny looking, hence the "laughter" that "she" inspires. Could be the singer of the song is smitten by Celestial, or had a relationship with "her," and now agonizes over it--but in the end, he says it "meant nothing." Like most of BOC songs, they are shrouded in an element of mystery.
    fpshoton July 24, 2016   Link

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