Halloween Harmony

I wanted to post a song that I find rather fitting for this time of year and coming from this, your Wulf. So I give you Under a Killing Moon by Echo and the Bunnymen.

 

Under a blue moon I saw you
So soon you’ll take me
Up in your arms
Too late to beg you or cancel it
Though I know it must be the killing time
Unwillingly mine
Fate
Up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him
In starlit nights I saw you
So cruelly you kissed me
Your lips a magic world
Your sky all hung with jewels
The killing moon
Will come too soon
Fate
Up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him
Under a blue moon I saw you
So soon you’ll take me
Up in your arms
Too late to beg you or cancel it
Though I know it must be the killing time
Unwillingly mine
Fate
Up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him
Fate
Up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him
You give yourself to him
Fate
Up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him
You give yourself to him
Fate
Up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him
Fate
Up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him
La la la la la
Songwriters: Ian Stephen Mcculloch / Leslie Thomas Pattinson / Peter Louis Vincent De Freitas / William Alfred Sergeant

6 comments

      1. You could say that, although those terms came a bit later than the 80s. I was a goth/indie rock/punk, bad haircut, bad poetry-writing, morbidity-on-my-sleeve stereotype, for sure. Some of the shoegaze stuff that came later is pretty good, but an album from 1991 called “Loveless” by My Bloody Valentine isn’t just the best of that genre, it is my favorite album ever recorded by anyone ever.

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