Rose said quote it's time to make a mess
Time won't be soon mine in time I guess
She's painting on my back a beautiful flowerpot
And she treats me she treats me she treats me like her local god

Rose said quote it's time to make a mess
This one's yours and yours is self obsessed
She's painting on my back a green tom, the Beefheart one
And she cuddles and she coos and she cuts the bullshit I confessed

She said: "Don't look my way
What can I possibly say
I've never seen you before today
I'm just the one that makes you think of the one
that makes you feel like you're the one."
But thank you for the roses for the roses
So thank you for the roses for the roses
Thank you for the roses for the roses (2 times)

Rose said quote it's time to make a mess
remind me what it is that I do best
She's painting on my back some beautiful something sweet
And she treats me, she treats me, she beats me

Rose said quote my time has come at last
Ugly things through my mind they have passed
She's scratching on my back 'if this boy believes me'
She leaves me, deceives me and takes those flowers just to
please me...

Rose don't mind where she been
She been blind
She been mine
all this time
She been kind
She been blind
She says: "Thank you for the roses for the roses."

Just to thank you for the roses for the roses (5 times)

Just to thank you...


Lyrics submitted by Don Jerone

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    My favorite dEUS song! Listen to it, it's worth!

    Don Jeroneon December 08, 2001   Link
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    The songs amazing! Its about an ex-girlfriend of Toms, and after they broke up they met once and she pretended she didnt know him. He responded in kind and began seducing her again.

    Buckoon December 04, 2004   Link
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    Idd, it's about the former gf of Tom Barman. Anyway this song is great !

    Naunauon February 27, 2005   Link

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