The Smiths. What difference Does It Make?. The Smiths. Rough Trade. 1984.
Viernes de The Smiths, yyyyaayy!
O sea, no.
"Amsterdam" - Vintage Violence - John Cale
John Cale. Amsterdam. Vintage Violence. Columbia. 1970
She’s back from AmsterdamAnd I think the journey did her wellHer face has lost it’s touchThe tell tale signs of loneliness insideBut I love her stillAnd need her company still moreCome down, come down once moreAnd I think, the journey, did her wellShe says she fell in loveWith men who knew the way to treat a ladyHer life has settled for the best of thingsThat I couldn’t give herAnd it’s not her fault, she’s not the one to blameCome down, come down, come down once moreAnd I do believe the journey did her wellYes I do believe the journey did her well.
(hermoso, hermoso, hermoso, triste)
George Romney. Lady Hamilton as Circe. 1782. Óleo sobre lienzo. 49.5 × 53.3 cm. Tate Britain. Londres.
"Twilight" - An Introduction to Elliott Smith - Elliott Smith
Elliot Smith. Twilight. From a Basement on the Hill. Anti- 2004
Haven’t laughed this hard in a long timeI better stop now before I start cryingGo off to sleep in the sunshineI don’t want to see the day when it’s dyingShe’s a sight to seeShe’s good to meBut I’m already somebody’s babyShe’s a pretty thingAnd she knows everythingBut I’m already somebody’s babyYou don’t deserve to be lonelyBut those drugs you’ve got won’t make you feel betterPretty soon you’ll find it’s the onlyLittle part of your life you’re keeping togetherI’m nice to youI could make it throughBut you’re already somebody’s babyI could make you smileIf you stayed a whileBut how long will you stay with me, baby?Because your candle burns too brightWell I almost forgot it was twilightEven if I think that you are rightWell I’m tired of being down, I got no fightYou’re wonderfulAnd it’s beautifulBut I’m already somebody’s babyAnd if I went with youI’d disappoint you tooWell I’m already somebody’s babyAlready somebody’s baby.