Could I suggest we have a section in each "reccuring themes" page where we say why each line of lyrics belongs on the page? Not to scrutinise people, but as like a way of incorporating lyrical analysis into the page without it being so messy.
My English teacher once told me that there's no such thing as over-analysis
I know many theories work from the idea that System;Start is followed by Cassandra and then Prologue III, so this may mess with them. Whether or not S;S and Cassandra are related, the question is then what they're prologues to. Since the one song we know for sure to be one of the prologues, Prologue III, shares many thematic similarities with all the other songs, it could be a prologue to them; however then why is it the third prologue? Do the prologues directly proceed one another or are they separate prologues for different works? Is everything Digital Haunt related one big prologue to something else? I hope that a Prologue I would help answer some of those questions.
It is also interesting to note that the idea of a prologue comes from Ancient Greek Drama, classics having already been aluded to several times throughout Sparkles*' works. On the subject, then, of there being at least three prologues, one of the most famous Ancient Greek tragic trilogies is the Oresteia, the first play of which, Agamemnon, heavily features the character Cassandra, who's home has just been destroyed with fire and frequently cries out.
The prologue of Agamemnon, spoken by a kind of observer, also bares some thematic similarites to Digital Haunt; "I've come to know the night sky, every star.", "I never dream, for I don't fall asleep" "I start to weep", "Fire gleaming in the night!". Other parts of the play, too, seems to relate thematically and verbally; "Trouble, with its memories of pain drips in our hearts as we try to sleep", "many men value appearences more than reality" to name a few examples. Naturally this could all be coincidence.
I also feel that the play seems to fit best with Euphemia in terms of hesitating to commit familial murder, and being "betrayed by trust", although this is limited by the fact that Euphemia was written fairly spontaneously and presumably before any other members of the band knew anything of Digital Haunt...
I feel at this point I should just write something on the theories page before this becomes any more unrelated to what's being discussed here.
I Like it too, it's got a more Rocky feel to it while still being very much in Area 11's style.