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Druid Four Winds
a Pagan rock opera
comedy cover tragedy
Dark Dance
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Dark Dance

The Story
Flower has been distant, depressed and hostile for several weeks, and she warns Stag that he does not want her while she's in a dark state. Up til this point, all their intimacies have been filled with love and light, but her mood finally overcomes him. They have dark, loveless, spiteful sex.

Trickster: guitars, bass, keyboards, coyote howler, kazoo, theremin, djembes, congas, bongos, vocals
all lyrics and music by Trickster


you've been wearing your dark side now for going on three weeks
depressed and hostile and nasty and rude and your psychic energy reeks
I've tippy-toed and coddled and stroked and soothed for whatever it was worth
but you've been calling to my dark side and I think it's gonna come forth

fill my world with black and gray
my dark side comes out to play
for I am a mirror and must reflect
the lack of light that I detect
anger and spite now fill your glance
challenging me to do the dark dance

fill my world with gray and black
try and knock me down, now you're on your back
you’re eyes grow darker and you pull away
but I grab your body and make you stay
you underneath and me on top
you never say no so I never stop

you can command me with one safe word
but in the silent glower not a sound is heard
for weeks I've lived with the dark half of you
and now you know I've got a dark side too
you do the dark dance and never say no
like we're in a trance, I cum, you go 

Links to musicians who perform on Druid Four Winds

Loke E. Coyote's main site
Dana Davis's main site
SONA's main site
Dreamtrybe's main site
Galapagos' main site
Gypsy Fire's main site
Cherries-n-Silk's main site
International Online Pagan Artist Network (IOPAN)

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