Styx: Suite Madame Blue Meaning
Suite Madame Blue Lyrics
I know I'm a fool but why can I say
Whatever the price I'll pay for you, Madame Blue
Once long ago, a word from your lips and the world turned around
But somehow you've changed, you're so far...
anonymous Nov 5th, 2018 11:47pm report
About the downfall of America from post ww2 thru Vietnam, prior to bicentennial...
anonymous Aug 29th, 2018 8:48pm report
The death of my blue Himalayan. Waiting to hear the call of her meows. I know she's "just" a cat, but to me she was a friend & family. What we wouldn't do to have you back & the sorrow erased, but alas, we hold your memories instead, sweet lady blue...
anonymous Dec 22nd, 2012 12:08pm report
I think it means a break up with a women'
anonymous May 14th, 2012 5:22pm report
i really think it means there was a time when the united states created its constitution and threw off the chains of tyranny, but then in the few hundred years since we have changed for the worse and how we should keep up our head and start again.
This song was written by dennis deyoung in ~1974 about the american bicentennial. It's a look at what america was before (very powerful) and how at the time america wasn't doing so well. At the end it asks "suite madame blue" (america) for a new start.
Some people have suggested that suite madame blue is the statue of liberty. It all depends on how you view it, I guess.
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