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Monday, 11 December 2017

Love is a Fire

Just A Car Crash Away - Marilyn Manson, 2007







She blew me her death-kiss
And the mouth-marks
Bled down my eye,
Like her dying
On my windshield.
I can already feel
Her worms
Eating my spine.
So how can it be this lonely?
Is this all we get
For our lives?
Is love only sweeter when
One of dies?

Then I knew that our love was
Just a car crash away.
I knew that our love was just a car crash away.
I knew that our love was
Just a car crash away.
I knew that our love was
Just a car crash away.

Love is a fire.
Burns down all that it sees.
Burns down everything.
Everything you think
Will burn
Everything you say.

Love is a fire.
Burns down all that it sees.
Burns down everything.
Everything you think
Will burn
Everything you say.

I knew that our love was
Just a car crash away.
Knew that our love was
Just a car crash away.
Just a car crash away.

[backup vocals]
I knew that our love was
Just a
Car
Crash
Away.

I knew that our love was
Just a
Car
Crash
Away.

[repeat to end of solo]

Love is a fire.
Burns down all that it sees.
Burns down everything.
Everything you think
Will burn
Everything you say.

Love is a fire.
Burns down all that it sees.
Burns down everything.
Everything you think
Will burn
Everything you say.

  


Frankie Morello, Autumn




Freedom

Pharell Williams, 2015

mr toledano












Graveyard Rock

Tarantula Ghoul and Her Gravediggers

Tarantula Ghoul was Portland's vampy monster of ceremonies on House of Horror, a late night horror movie showcase on KPTV in the late 1950s. Taranch, as she was affectionately known to her fans, was played by Suzanne Waldron. Graveyard Rock was the flipside of Taranch's single released on Meadows Records. The song was written by B. Anson and J. Ralston. John Ralston was Suzanne's producer-writer for House of Horror. The A-side was 'King Kong.'

Gothic entrance gate to West Norwood Cemetery © Andrew Gough

Gothic tombs in decay, Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol

Ivy and moss, St Swithun’s, East Grinstead, W. Sussex






Graveyard Goths, England, 1983


graveyard by candyflesh

Graveyard Sun


Kiss Kiss. Kill Kill




Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill is a 1965 German-Italian-Yugoslavian international co-production Eurospy film written and directed by Gianfranco Parolini who also wrote lyrics for the Joe Walker Theme. The film stars Tony Kendall as Jo Louis Walker / 'Kommissar X' and Brad Harris as Capt. Tom Rowland. Plus Maria Perschy as Joan Smith.

This is the first 'Kommissar X' movie. Based on a popular series of German adventure novels, the Kommissar X films sprang up in Germany as competition to the popular exploits of James Bond. Private eye Joe Walker (so cool and egotistical that he has his own personal theme song!) and police captain Tom Rowland must find out who's killing off a group of influential businessmen. The reason? A fortune in gold made radioactive so it couldn't be claimed for five years... but now someone can't wait! They soon face off against a team of super hit women with their usual flair. (IMDb).
 






Sunday, 3 December 2017

nepenthe

nepenthe  —      (noun), An ancient greek word, nepenthe is defined as a medicine for sorrow. It is a place, person or thing, which can aid in forgetting your pain and suffering.




silence



Alexei Kozlov

castle ruins by orangebutt


Darby O Gilland: the Little People

Darby O Gilland: the Little People