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    Warren Beatty: actor, director, writer, producer.

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    "The wild, cruel beast is not behind the bars of the cage. He is in front of it."...Axel Munthe

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    I freaking love that song. And him too.
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    ^love that video! when usher's outside her trailer, crying in the rain, imagining he can just go in and she'll hold him, but he chickens out and walks away. so sad.



    Like anyone would be
    I am flattered by your fascination with me
    Like any hot-blooded woman
    I have simply wanted an object to crave

    But you, you're not allowed
    You're uninvited
    An unfortunate slight

    Must be strangely exciting
    To watch the stoic squirm
    Must be somewhat heartening
    To watch shepard meet shepard

    But you, you're not allowed
    You're uninvited
    An unfortunate slight

    Like any uncharted territory
    I must seem greatly intriguing
    You speak of my love like
    You have experienced love like mine before

    But this is not allowed
    You're uninvited
    An unfortunate slight

    I don't think you unworthy
    I need a moment to deliberate
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    Barbra, The Broadway Album, a take that didn't make it of If I loved you:
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    The album version:
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    bell biv devoe doing poison for obama and michelle - scroll down an inch or two:

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    I remember way back in the late seventies and (early) eighties a penpal and a cousin and I would exchange mixed tapes with music we thought the other should hear. That's how I got to know Status Quo and also early Wham/George Michael. My cousin once sent me a tape with a radio interview with George Michael on it, probably from around the time of when he recorded Jive Talkin' of my fave band The BeeGees. It was around the time he had the longer, bleached, hair and was experimenting with facial hair. In the interview he mentioned some of his favorite artists, amongst whom the BeeGees, and after the pre-taped interview had finished, the DJ said something to the effect of "Sheesh, as if growing a beard isn't enough, he's now recorded a BeeGee song! Just admit you want to look like Barry Gibb!" and then he played Jive Talkin'. That memory just surfaced again as I found this clip on YouTube (unfortunately the tape is long lost, sigh).
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    ^great video. there's this one move he does that is so signature george michael. whenever i see him do it, it makes me wanna dance. lookin nice in the black, 3-piece suit.





    Song facts: The title comes from Alice in Chains guitarist-songwriter Jerry Cantrell's father. "Rooster" was his nickname in Vietnam where he fought in the war. Jerry's father wouldn't talk about the war so Jerry crafted the lyrics based on what he thought were his father's feelings and experiences told from his perspective.

    The song is about resilience as the soldier is sent off to war, leaving a wife and child behind. He watches his friends die and does his best to stay alive. They come to kill the Rooster, but he won't die.

    Jerry Cantrell's father did hear the band perform this song. Jerry told the story in Guitar for the Practicing Musician magazine. "He's only seen us play once and I played this song for him when we were in this club opening for Iggy Pop. I'll never forget it. He was standing in the back and he heard all the words and stuff. Of course, I was never in Vietnam and he won't talk about it, but when I wrote this it felt right...like these were things he might have felt and thought. And I remember when we played it he was back by the soundboard and I could see him. He was back there with his big, gray Stetson and his cowboy boots - he's a total Oklahoma man - and at the end he took his hat off and just held it in the air. And he was crying the whole time. The song means a lot to me."
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