"Soda Dreamer" as written by and Crispin John Orion/garside Gray....
Rags and riches
I made three wishes
I've been a bad girl
And I kissed the witches
I dance naked with animals
I've seen more than you ever dreamed possible

Uh huh, uh huh
Uh huh, uh huh

I've seen her
I breathe inside her
I've seen her, Adreena
I've seen her, Adreena

Uh huh, uh huh
Uh huh, uh huh

Hags and bitches
I made three wishes
I've been a bad girl
And I broke the dishes
I dance naked with animals
I've seen more than you ever dreamed possible

I've seen her
I've grown her seeds
Oh, I've been her, Adreena
I've seen her, Adreena

Rags and riches
I made three wishes
I've been a bad girl
And I kissed the witches
I dance naked with animals
I've seen more than you ever dreamed possible

I've seen her
I breathe inside her
I've seen her, Adreena
I've seen her, Adree..
I've been her
I've sowed her dreams
Oh, I've seen her, Adreena
I've seen her, Adreena


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"Soda Dreamer" as written by Katrina Jane Garside Crispin John Orion Gray

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    General CommentI personally link this with my own battle to accept and understand my spirituality and bisexuality, 'I've been a bad girl and kissed the witches'.
    ambient_sunrayson July 30, 2002   Link
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    General Commentoh my god! i link this song with my sexuality/religion too. but i think of it more about other people judging me as a 'bad' girl
    ladyboygrrlon October 14, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti think this talks about people using different mediums to experience pleasure and how to some people what you do is wrong and they label you as 'bad' but ultimately you are just different...you are just you! If anyone wants to discuss Queen Adreena etc feel free to e-mail me.
    electricveilon April 25, 2003   Link
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    General Commentpersonally I make a religious link to it. It works for me as a wiccan because so often wicca is misunderstood and seen as 'bad', as 'witchcraft' but undereath the misunderstandings is a spiritual, pleasurable experience to be had.
    foxie_little_ladyon July 03, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think this is just a fun song that doesn't really have an inside layer other than what it states. She's done a lot. Even if you don't expect it.
    adreenaon June 04, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think it's just about being scorned for some part of you, whether it's bisexuality/lesbianism or witchcraft etc... and being looked upon as a bad person. Being looked down on for whatever you are or believe. Pretty much the same things that's already been posted. ^.~
    xx_acid_starzon August 01, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think it's just about being scorned for some part of you, whether it's bisexuality/lesbianism or witchcraft etc... and being looked upon as a bad person. Being looked down on for whatever you are or believe. Pretty much the same things that's already been posted. ^.~
    xx_acid_starzon August 01, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI read a biograpghy of Katie Jane Garside on the web and she used to have nightmares about a princess called 'Princess Adreena' who was a warrior and had to cut off her breast so use a bow and arrow. I believe she is refering to her in the chorus

    I've seen her I've breathe inside her,
    I've seen her adreena,
    I've seen her adreena.

    and also i believe this part

    I dance naked with animals I've seen more than you,
    ever dreamed possible.

    refers to her drug recovery, craziness and time in the lake district where she saw weird things and proably did weird things. If you know a thing or two about Katie Jane Garside you wouldnt think twice about her dancing naked with animals.
    soulmatesneverdie88on July 12, 2006   Link

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