You made A great impression On me girl Your not a man or a doctor But just a plain simple Goth girl after our Talk yesterday All I want to do is kiss you Where ever I want Though I wish to kiss your personality As well as your lips....... Just that one kiss.
I’m listening to Siouxsie and the Banshees The song “Happy House” repeatedly I’m laughing at the irony The projections of a prefect family Blonde hair, smiles and sunshine everywhere Everybody’s thin and everyone cares But sadly, that’s not our reality That’s just something we see on the TV screens
What we have is husband’s beating wives Children on the street dying from a high Angels losing their faith because of **** And body size is always on the mind But like Siouxsie says it’s safe & calm if you sing along “This is a happy house, we’re happy here in the happy house To forget ourselves and pretend all’s well There is no hell.”
Music has and always will be an escape from this ****** reality. This poem is based on one of my favourite songs that makes me feel a little more “sane”
Her band was made up of many cool members. Cecil on drums; he wore a cut down decades old Sisters of Mercy t-shirt bought from Jason, old blue jeans and scuffed boots. Jason noticed this and elbowed Craig in the ribs and drunkenly grinned to his mate,
“That’ll do wonders for my business!” On bass was Ronnie. A full-length leather jacket made him look like an undertaker. Underneath he wore nothing but leather hot pants. Boys and girls alike loved this and thought he looked a million dollars. Then there was guitarist Sunny wearing his studded motorbike jacket with the
picture of a speeding snail painted on the back (this was Sandra’s handiwork, she was too busy making love to a random lad she had picked up to notice). Sunny had black leather combat trousers on and massive gothic boots with chrome toecaps that glittered in the
light. Finally there was Snot the keyboard player, he had a plain white t-shirt on and black leather jeans backed up by combat boots.
They stormed through their set that was made up of songs each ten minutes long - they did just two! What a musical journey it was. Fast aggressive heavy music the quickest human beings could play and then slow monotonous rhythms that lulled the audience to sleep, followed up by loud aggressive music to wake them up. Song lyrics of trolls, witches, wizards, mysterious deep lakes, twilight skies and moody moons. After their set they gave out a number of free music discs to spread their awe-inspiring music.