"Glorious #1" as written by and August Cinjun/thompson Tate....
All alone in the traffic
All sense of the game is long gone
Mouth twisted up and lips like coal
Tired of spinning, you get anything you want

We don't have to be lovers
We don't have to be friends for no one
Black souls in the desert
Heads spinning, you get anything you want

Back down to the Glorious #1
My prints all over the smoking gun
Back down to the Glorious #1
All lines to the living are now undone
Back down to the Glorious #1

Her fingers felt like a fire
Her skin's shifting, the words are so clear
Left a burning desire
One flash will get you anything you want

Back down to the Glorious #1
My prints all over the smoking gun
Back down to the Glorious #1
All lines to the living are now undone
Back down to the Glorious #1

Back down to the Glorious #1
My prints all over the smoking gun
Back down to the Glorious #1
All lines to the living are now undone
Back down to the Glorious #1




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"Glorious # 1" as written by Cedric Lemoyne August Cinjun Tate

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    General Commentawesome song. anyone know what it means though?
    artfreakon January 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe kind of message I got after hearing it was that for the "#1" part, I pictured a police suspect lineup, and if you have ever seen one on TV, you know that they call suspects by numbers. Then the "prints all over the smoking gun" kind of connect with the criminal thing...

    Just my two cents.
    Knollyon January 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI took it as a song about ending a relationship, hence back down to the Glorious #1. I think Knolly may have something with the imagery which makes it sound like a murder and getaway type scenario, but I think it's more of a metaphor for killing off the relationship and getting away to being single again rather than a literal story.
    Supercooleron August 24, 2009   Link

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