"Cruella" as written by and Renn Hawkey Elijah Blue Allman....
How the story rolls
Magic's taught and history's told
A glory hole
Which through gazed her eyes of gold
Those veins run cold
Mystery's wife evades her soul
Scaring to and fro

Tearing through the snow
As she makes her darling coat
Hoarding all the shawls
Now her evil highness rose

Kind of like Shakespearean prose
Without the rose
Avid as she sows
Cruella grows
Horace and Jasper stole
So let the horror flow

Black and white in hair
Elegantly gaunt in frame
A boney flare
Which christened Cruel with creepy grace
Always smokey air
Circling one lurch, Hepburn face
In her head which filled the space
Was the one hellacious taste
As she aims her fate
Nothing flees her sore embrace

As the biggest mistake that Cruel ever made
Was when she left her cave and started to reign
As the love for her fades
Our feelings won't change
So my darling Cruella
We see through the grey

In her cold glare
Loveliest and rare
Frightened you'll soon wear
And this elegantly haunting is so fair
There's no reason to part from her cold lair
She has all of the loveliest and rare
Things which frighten at first
But she'll soon wear

She's a regional spark from this nowhere
And this elegant loveliness so fair
Taking strolls through the dark by the moon's glare
As she listens for barks in the night air
Always searching for marks on the white hair

Cruel, you're so fair

Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"Cruella" as written by Elijah Blue Allman Alec Puro


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  • +1
    General Comment...it's not about the actually Cruella DeVil, Elijah was using that as symoblism for a relationship with a woman who is loves with everything in him, but she can only take from him. Cruella was the perfect example; the thing she loved the most she had to destroy to keep. So yeah, maybe he did like Disney movies, but that wasn't the point of the song. It was like being addicted to a woman who hurts you, but you keep going back, and she keeps doing the same.
    archangel_tyraelon December 06, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General Commentdark women are sexy
    deadsy is the best band to ever exist
    healthnegativeon August 16, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is probably my favorite deadsy song, it's got a nice dark feeling to it, & just.. um.. yeah, i like it :p
    digitalstitcheson May 31, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is the best deadsy song... its so great
    ImYourProblemNowon June 15, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentim not a big deadsy fan, but i really like this song
    loudblisson September 22, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentpossibly my favourite song right now , so errie and dark and totally amazing. I listen to it constantly
    TJE_Drummer_11on March 05, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentMy god, i had never looked at these lyrics before. I had my thoughts on this song from the begining. But now this just confirms my speculation. This song has got to be about Cruella Devile from the disney movie 101 Dalmations. Heres why, the name of the song is Cruella. In the movie she was stealing the dalmation puppys to make a coat of their fur. "Tearing through the snow
    As she makes her darling coat".
    This particular lyric is what really flipped the switch "Horace and Jasper stole", Horace & Jasper were the names of Cruella Devile's Henchmen, whom she sent to steal the puppys. Heres another lryic that points to my views on the song, "Black and white in hair". Cruella Deviles Hair Is half white, and half black. Now, Why Deadsy would make a song about Cruella Deville i have no idea, but it sure looks like they are a fan of disney movies lol.
    Megalodonon July 06, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHow did that one get by you? lol
    Very great song, its up there on my list, that it is!
    P_Exiter_Blueon May 16, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's Cruella DeVil you twerp. BTW...my favorite deadsy song and probably of 2003. Worst Year Ever
    bannor216on June 21, 2004   Link

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