FANDOM

2,054,169 Pages

StarIconBronze
LangIcon
Julius Caesar (Memento Hodie)

This song is by Nico and appears on the album The Marble Index (1969).

Watch video at YouTube
In its water lily fields, wide and green, grows a tree
And from the tree hang apples, not for you to eat
In a way it matters more than it did before to see the east voyaging through
True hearts of dooms

Mirth, birth, reverie

In harmony, somersault caravans of fools
As he passes for reply to sing his songs again
He sways to kiss the horizontal ground, and from the ground a dove rises
And as a mark of honor, a mask is left behind

Mirth, birth, reverie

In harmony, to gentle form a noble force, master's voice cascades
From his gentle stage
Calm and vast, the city lies on a horizontal ground, kind and calm
Julius lies
For Octavian to prevail

Mirth, birth, reverie

In harmony, traverses the peninsula, all those dismiss the winds destroy
With his gentle kisses, the righteous and wise
And doom ambitious praise with his will
His will and order

Mirth, birth, reverie

In its water lily fields, wide and green, grows a tree
And from the tree hang apples, not for you to eat
And 'neath the Aegan Sea, where statues and pillars of stone are tossed
Rest for all his aching bones
To guide us far from energy

Mirth, birth, reverie

External links

Community content is available under Copyright unless otherwise noted.