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Rasputina Dig Ophelia Lyrics

Last updated: 06/02/2011 11:00:00 AM

Dig Ophelia
consider it dug
Flowers madness and polar bear rug
Here's the water, just ankle deep high
Lay back relax and look up at the sky.

Your eyes never close
your mind's not at rest
Lay back, get waterlogged
Give us a kiss

Water spreads the small seed
Water kills the tall weed
Ophelia

Cut the stem and you'll see how you feel
Floating orchids just ain't no big deal
Never knowing's like knowing too much
Tap the table, oh here's more bad luck

Your eyes never close
your mind's not at rest
Lay back, get waterlogged
Give us a kiss

Water spreads the small seed
Water kills the tall weed
Ophelia
Ophelia





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Dig Ophelia & Hamlet | Reviewer: Miss Adelaide Rabanis | 6/1/11

This song is glorius in that it perfectly describes how Ophelia (Hamlet's girlfriend and the daughter of the man he killed) goes mad, gives flowers to everyone, then drowns herself- whether on accident or on purpose, however, it up for debate



Pretty; Melancholy | Reviewer: Shelby | 3/8/10

This is a very pretty song. I like the ironic element - 'tap the table, here's more bad luck'; 'water spreads the small seed, water kills the tall weed'.

When listening to this song, I also generally thought of superstitions or wicca/magick. It's peaceful yet melancholy. I like it.