AV: "Time" (Arthur Brown) and "Confusion" (Vincent Crane) are listed as two separate songs, but, strangely enough, as one track. "Time" has that grave movement where the lyrics state, "And find, at its source, the Great Belief, already murdered/all things have a pattern." Is this an existential statement saying, like Camus or Sartre, that God is dead?AV: No, in actual fact, it's my bad verbalization. What it actually says iS: "And find at it's source, a green leaf already muddied."AV: So for all these years I've been misinterpreting the actual lyrics.AB: It doesn't really matter, does it? That's the beauty of poetry. There have been other things that have been incorrectly pointed out. For example, there was a Japanese version of the album where some guy sat down in front of the speakers and put down what he thought he heard and it bore no resemblence whatsoever. It's the only version on this album with the lyrics on it, and it is completely wrong.