Sunday, May 4, 2014
This is one of those miracles of 1990s public access TV: a show that lasted two episodes before the Rev. Bell was carried off, either by the holy spirit or the forces of justice. I can't find the other one (it's around the internet somewhere), in which for some reason he wears a tux. I'm still trying to figure out the set - if that's what it is - or just how psychotic a person can be. Not too sure where he is today, IF he is today, or if he's doing serious time somewhere. Somewhere.
Maybe there’s a God above
But all I’ve ever learned from love
Was how to shoot at someone who outdrew you
This might work for someone embroiled in gun culture, but that's one thing we don't seem to have around these parts. Though we do have the lunacy and empty-headedness that goes with it.
I have my own version, NOT suitable for weddings, funerals, exorcisms or Mary Kay parties. I won't apologize to Leonard Cohen because he's already rolling in it.
You tell me that you love this song
although you have the meaning wrong
for you don't really care for lyrics, do you
But maybe if you listen well
You'll step into my private hell
And wish you'd never heard what's coming to you
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