The other day they waited, the sky was dark and faded,
Solemnly they stated, "He has to die, you know he has to die."
All the children learnin', from books that they were burnin',
Every leaf was turnin', to watch him die, you know he had to die.
The summer sun looked down on him, his mother could but frown on him,
And all the others sound on him, but it doesn't seem to matter.
And when the day had ended, with rainbow colors blended,
His mind remained unbended, he had to die, you know he had to die.


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Cryptical Envelopment song meanings
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    General CommentThis one day I was down in San Fran, good sunny day.
    Yeah, well, anyway, when I heard the Cryp coming to, I was just sitting there. But then I got up, started feeling it. Like, you know the way you is when you're at a Dead show? So any way, Ann Coulter was right there! I'm not shitting you man, she's too skinny for my tastes, I like plus-sized woman. Yeah, and then I was like, any way, I only realized this years later if you get my drift. I think Cryptical Envelopment is about just watching, not doing anything, like SM or someone B&Ding you, like AC, in her car boot baby got no back.
    Not Jeremy Nimmoon January 30, 2006   Link

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