r u writing this about ur exgf the one that moved away.. cuz i mean i no u onli jus mentioned it to me but it made me think of that i relly liked this one too..it seems that i love all of ur work actualy
Everywhere you want to be... everywhere she is... To be this deep in love is to be blessed or to be cursed... Lovers are a dying breed, and suicide claims more of us daily. There is absolutely nothing negative or even constructive that I can say to help. Your work is just too perfect. Maybe you should show it to her? Just a thought... Virgil
i like the way you think - although perhaps you could have a little less of your signature talismans (bullets and butterflies) in your work.
i like this because it's reminds me of robert browning's "porphyria's lover", the story of a man who saw the epitome and pinnacle of love in the eyes of his lover, and knew that it would be all downhill from there so he killed her, working off that old addage to get out while the getting is good or going out on top.
and here, there is desperation in his admiration of her, of how it pains him to love so much of her that they've an appointment with a revolver. that and the language is so rich and stylized to fit your artistic, yet refreshingly original purposes. maybe also a little like the offspring's "special delivery", but nearly everything slightly grisly reminds me of that song. cheers - thanks for sharing.
Wow I absolutleyt loved this peace. THese are awesome Lyrics...I wish I could describe to you the music that played in my head as I read the piece...Alas I am not musician...I love the part with all the 6's that was brillaint...The pace of the piece was impeccable. KEep it up, I definatley wanna read more of your work-John
i dont know how you're able to do that over and over again. your lyrics are incredible. there is something about your writing that i just cant put my finger on.. but they're the kind of lyrics that make you want to keep coming back to read them again. what kind of music do you play? great work as always.
butterfly bullets boy (sorry but i think that name has stuck for you... ) this is amazing... the first two parts about favourite disaster and walking suicide are so WOW! and i as i read the line 'Youíre my favorite disaster' i couldnt help thinking this was gonna be like that song "my favourite mistake" but then this is nothing like it which is a very good thing! 'Holding on is losing grip at seventy miles an hour' WOW! seriously... do you write music for your lyrics? do you perform them? you really fully should... these woud be AWESOME! what kinda sound do you go for? one last thing... with your six bullets for the week... is that a russian roulette kinda thing? or am i just crazy today?? anyways... gorgeous as always butterfly bullets boy!
Wow. I love this. Do you write music too? This sounds like it would be a phenomenal song. I particularly like the first line, "your my favorite disaster." it says something very profound, it starts off so high already, and it really builds up the song nicely. As soon as I read that line I really looked forward to reading the rest! -Andrya
this felt so real i wanted to cry.you do have a way with words. only russian roulett with the heart and you sound like your seriously sick of it all. If it ever becomes a song ,i hope the music is right so i can buy it.I know this thinking better than i want to. I wouldn't change a thing it's perfect as is.
it comes across to me as someone who is writing about an experience of some kind of imprisonment and there are seeming suicidal overtones.it is really a good set of lyrics.as for its successfulnees,it all depends on the music and the vocal.good luck and fare well.
[censored] awesome. i love your lyrics. i wish i could hear them to music. they're actually alot better lyrics then some of the lyrics i hear in songs i listen to and love, so thats saying something. good, good write.