BURLAP TO CASHMERE


Scenes Lyrics

Now I have seen the glory
And you will see the fun.
And we will fight together
Like father and son.
Cause I am done.
Yes I have won.

In the winter lies a naked man
With a horse and a gun.
I shall never see his face again,
Cause I am done.

Now boy, you know the story.
Fight and you shall win.
And if you roll the dice right,
You'll be the next of kin.
Cause I am done.
Yes I have won.

In the winter lies a naked man
With a horse and a gun.
I shall never see his face again,
Cause I have won.

In the winter lies a naked man
With a horse and a gun.
I shall never see his face again,
Cause I have won.
Cause I have won.
Cause I...

We're gonna take over the world

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Songwriter(s): John Philippides, Steven Delopoulos
Record Label(s): 1998 A&M Records
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Meaning to "Scenes" song lyrics (1 meaning)
Rick June 30, 2014-22:17
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I love this song. The cadence of the music has the feel of a battlefield and the lyrics describe winning for father and son. But I am at a loss as to the real meaning. In the song a portion of Richard III opening monologue in Shakespeare's play "Richard III". The monologue describes the discontent that Richard has over the peace that King Edward has won for England. He determines to undermine the peace by causing distrust between Edward and his other brother Clarence. How does that relate to the song? Any ideas?
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