The audience goes silent As the curtain starts to open There on the stage is a whole other world Maybe one from this galaxy Sometimes from the next But nevertheless the actors preform The characters evolve as the show goes on Then comes the ******, you thought we were done So many twists and turns until a conclusion Oh, the scene is now over The curtains have shut The drama is done These actors take off their makeup But still inside them lives The character they played, the character they once lived.
When he was born, God gave him a special gift. He was a British actor who was named Clive Swift. He starred as Richard Bucket and Roy Bowden in 'Keeping Up Appearances' and 'The Old Guys'. He was a remarkable actor and it's a **** shame when such a person dies. Because of the talent God gave to him, he was extraordinary. Sadly, this great man lost his life on the first day of February.
DEDICATED TO CLIVE SWIFT (1936-2019) WHO DIED ON FEBRUARY 1, 2019.
When I learned about his death, it was hard to believe. An actor died twenty years ago today on Christmas Eve. Sadly, he died at the young age of twenty-six. He starred in The Supernaturals, A Smoky Mountain Christmas and other flicks.
He starred in The Dukes of Hazzard and Magnum P.I. as well. He tried to beat Colon Cancer but sadly, he was destined to fail. When a person dies on Christmas Eve, it's a shame. He was a talented actor and Chad Sheets was his name.
Dedicated to Chad L. Sheets (1972-1998) who died on December 24, 1998.
I love you Just like the movies. I need you Just like the movies. You leave me Just like the movies. I chase you Just like the movies.
I think this is my scene, And I forgot my lines. What am I supposed to say To make you fall for me? I didn’t get a script. Am I just stuck inside a montage? Or better yet, it’s all a collage. The camera makes me nervous. Can we edit this out?
Thought it would be Just like the movies. Your leading man Just like the movies. I know that you are the star. If I’m supporting cast, well that’s alright with me. I’ll play your fool Just like a comedy. Narrate our lives Just like a documentary. Dance you to the stars Just like a sci-fi musical fantasy. Tell me the theme, tell me the theme and it’s yours.
I’m not a good actor. And I don’t like CGI. But I rehearsed this moment In case this was my breakout performance. Scene one take two Lights, camera, and action. I hope that kiss Was to your satisfaction. Do we walk towards the sunset Or wait til credits roll Just like the movies?
The Actor, he thinks he’s funny. Throws around cheap jokes, has lots of money. Plays hearts like he plays old music. Calls you a part, of his fever dream world. You see, actors they’re good at pretending you’re the only one that means anything. Peek out under tinted glasses at girls; sweet as molasses. The thing is a show only lasts a few seasons so prepare to be a part of his. For just as long.
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