"Age Of Loneliness" as written by Jaz Coleman, Curly M.c., and Anne Jennifer Dudley....
Carly don't be sad
Life is okay
Life is mad
Don't be afraid
Carly don't be sad
That's your destiny
The only chance
Take it, take it in your hands

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"Age of Loneliness" as written by Michael Cretu Jeremy Coleman

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    General Commentbe brave and have courage to make choices in life... live through this journey and don't be sad if the outcomes are not the desired ones.. inspiring song!
    arsenovicon April 04, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song was featured in the movie "Sliver", starring Sharon Stone post-"Basic Instinct". The closing credits actually credit this song as "Age of Loneliness (Carly's Song)". The featuring of the name "Carly" leads me to believe this particular song was commissioned by the production company who made the film, seeing that Carly is the name of Ms. Stone's character in the film.
    CB2001on June 09, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is a really great song by Enigma. Life is krazie Life is mad Dont be afraid!
    penguinon August 24, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song
    i can see my entire future listening to it
    i listen to it no matter what mood im in
    gives me hope that no matter what, in the end everything will be awesome
    helps me realize something that i can only feel, and dont want to say it
    Scheissseon December 28, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song makes me think of the scene from the Sheltering Sky when Port is walking through the streets of a North African port town and looking at all the poor people and wondering what they are thinking and feeling guilty about his Americanism and feeling disillusioned by his irrational belief that somehow the poor people in this world have me insight into humanity that escapes people in overdeveloped countries, but he concludes that they are just as confined by culture, influenced by money, driven to fail, and destined to die as himself. This song is sort of the answer to his dilemma.
    ofnothingon September 20, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis song takes me to deep forest of India and goddess Kaali instead of Carly being called upon by singer to destroy everything in her path :P
    ben1000046on February 06, 2014   Link

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