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Lime and limpid green, a second scene
A fight between the blue you once knew
Floating down, the sound resounds
Around the icy waters underground

Jupiter and Saturn
Oberon, Miranda
And Titania, Neptune, Titan
Stars can frighten

Blinding signs flap
Flicker, flicker, flicker blam, pow, pow
Stairway scare Dan Dare
Who's there?

Lime and limpid green, the sounds surrounds
The icy waters underground
Lime and limpid green, the sounds surrounds
The icy waters underground

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    UnregisteredApr 26, 2012 at 9:48 am
    The blues (depression) can originate in the cold wet darkness beneath the earth or eventual planetary catastrophe. There's plenty to fear, but the soft sharp sounds of lime & green take those blues away for now. And don't forget where the title comes from: the awesome vision and then blessed forgetfulness of the god pan by rat and mole upon the discovery of portly the baby otter in his arms at dawn, by kenneth grahame (wind in the willows, 1908, ch. 7)

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