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Tori Amos — God
Album: Under The Pink
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Released: 1994
Length: 3:52
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God sometimes you just don't come through
God sometimes you just don't come through
Do you need a woman to look after you?
God sometimes you just don't come through

You make pretty daisies, pretty daisies, love
(Come down and tell me what you mean now)
I got to find, find, find what you're doing about things here
(Inside, inside, what you doing?)
A few witches burning, gets a little toasty
(Hey, what do you know? What do you know?)
I got to find, find, find why you always go when the wind blows

God sometimes you just don't come through
God sometimes you just don't come through, babe
Do you need a woman to look after you?
God sometimes you just don't come through

Well, tell me you're crazy, maybe then I'll understand
(Come down and tell me what you mean now)
You got your nine iron in the back seat just in case
(Inside, inside, what you doing?)
Well, heard you've gone south, well, babe, you love your new four wheel
(Hey, what do you know? What do you know?)
I got to find, find, find why you always go when the wind blows

Give not thy strength unto women
Nor thy ways to that which destroyeth kings (Proverbs 31:3)

Will you even tell her if you decide to make the sky fall
Will you even tell her if you decide to make the sky

God sometimes you just don't come through
God sometimes you just don't come through, babe
Do you need a woman to look after you?
God sometimes you just don't come through
Do you need a woman to look after you?
God sometimes you just don't come through
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Love Tori...but not on this song.  What was her producer thinking when that guitar was allowed to intro?
And on the eighth day, God created the PSD button.
Had to check to make sure I had already rated this a 1

Tori can't spell or sing.... And is a big reason I turn off RP almost every day when hr "music" comes on.... Just terrible


{#Stop}
 Biscobret wrote:
I almost don't hate this song.

 
{#Lol}
I almost don't hate this song.
Is that... Anthony Weiner?

 
(former member) wrote:
We be dancing...  love it...

 

 


 lmic wrote:

Thomas Jefferson was a Christian. He just didn't believe in the hoo-doo voo-doo version.


  Since all religion is hoo-doo voo-doo, a christian who doesn't believe is....come on, you can say it....an atheist.



Most excellent tune, excellent album!
Good stuff from a goddess! So good in concert.

Everybody in my church loves this groovy song...
 
God. She should shut up. 
Music is great though. And, this DOES rise above her usual psychotic repressed feminist drivel. 
normally i hate her. something must be wrong with me today. i'm enjoying this one.
i've never, ever said that. someone call the parimedics...
It's just way to early....
Sounds like a porn soundtrack......too much breathy, over-exaggeration going on with the lyrics.

Never been a fan of Ms. Amos. {#No} 


We be dancing...  love it...

 
You were on such a roll this morning... then the wheels fell off.... {#Stop}
Before RP I new little about this artist. I must say I'm impressed with most of her tunes.

I find her material eclectic & sophisticated. Very refreshing indeed!



Everybody in my hotel room loves this song...

 
{#Puke}...{#Mrgreen}
Hell yeah!
Tori, you always come through! Love you!
 mread wrote:

Nope.  Depends on your definition of "nuts" — by today's standards they themselves would be the nuts.  What are they teaching in school these days?

 
Ummm...  facts?

I come from a long line of teachers (and I would have been one myself, but I prefer to focus on the me good and leave the greater good to someone with more patience), and I can tell you that the teachers only teach what is true, proven, and required by the state that they teach in.  Now if some of the state requirements are complete BS (intelligent design anyone?), that's the fault of the elected state government.

I sense a killer set coming on...started with Question-Moody Blues...and this oh yes

SO SPOT ON!!!!!!! 
Seriously playful.
"Do you need a woman to look after you?"  Now that's funny!


excellent...  love this song...


Perfect Easter song.

Question  —>   God

Hmmm, interesting and clever playlist Bill.

{#Question} 
 bindi wrote:
lost this CD in a divorce.   . . .and my cat.   oh, a guitar and a stereo I had before we were even married. . . and half my 401 K. . . . that BITCH!  well the 401 is like 1/4 now, the cat died - I bet the stereo did as well. . . .  I really need to replace this CD - it brings back a lot of memories.  Tori is awesome.
 
Sympathies. . . I can add to the list, custody to my three kids, my house and everything in it, my dog. . . and my mind. I got my mind back and happily, my kids.

This track is rather good. . . I love the squeeky guitar. 

This is a bad-ass song... in a good way
booooooooooooooooooooooooooo
lost this CD in a divorce.   . . .and my cat.   oh, a guitar and a stereo I had before we were even married. . . and half my 401 K. . . . that BITCH!  well the 401 is like 1/4 now, the cat died - I bet the stereo did as well. . . .  I really need to replace this CD - it brings back a lot of memories.  Tori is awesome.
 crockydile wrote:

Profound? I don't think so. Sounds like Tori is looking for a divine vending machine AND I object to the implication that a man who doesn't come through simply needs a woman to take care of him. {#Puke}
 
Me too, as a woman. We can take care of ourselves, and most times, we don't wanna take care of a man, anyway, as they're supposed to be the head of household and should be able to handle stuff on their own.  Any man who "doesn't come through" doesn't need a woman - he needs to, in the words of John Mellencamp, "suck it up and tough it out - be the best can."  So do we all, whether we're male or female. (Oh - and "divine vending machine" - that's just priceless!) {#Clap}

I'm not a Tori Amos fan - she's a Kate Bush-wannabe, as far as I can tell.  Um, and crocky - could you please stop using that puke emoticon? It always makes me feel like I have to throw up, even when I don't feel like I have to throw up.

Thank you.

 lmic wrote:
Thomas Jefferson was a Christian. He just didn't believe in the hoo-doo voo-doo version.
 
Great comment! {#Cheers}
 GT66 wrote:
Women..{#Rolleyes} Even God can't escape the complaining.
 
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
You just made me snort!! 
Women..{#Rolleyes} Even God can't escape the complaining.

i hear that.

 
ckcotton wrote:
 
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Absolutely great song, as are most of the ones from her first couple of records.
 
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This song be cool...  we be dancing...  love it...


"There was actually a part of me that felt really yummy going: 'Ok babe, you're in a bit of trouble. Things aren't going well. Put your feet up. I'll make you a cup of tea 'cause you need some advice. I'm not busy this week so you're in luck'. There has been a shift in the way I see myself. Instead of 'poor little human', it's more like: 'Ok, I'm human and maybe you are immortal, but I know stuff 'cause I'm here, so I do have a perspective that I value. That's really a wonderful place, I think. Humans haven't been taught that they should value their perspective. It's always been so much bowing and scraping to the mythological deity. And I'm kind of feeling like He needs a babe. I'm definitely going after the patriarchy in that song. I'm going after the male presence that's dominated religion and calling forth the goddess to do that. It's a goddess thing to do."

"I was a sunday school teacher. I had the biggest class, I had 70 kids in my class because I uhh wore red leather pants to church. but um, I felt like uhh the one thing that was missing from church was the goddess. so I decided that God needed a little help. And this song really gets me off folks, so bear with me. and He's kinda chucklin', y'know He's right here going "rrmmmmm"."
— Tori intro to song; Berlin, Germany 04/09/94

"I wanted this tribal rhythm. I started this whole song at the pueblo in New Mexico. And so I wanted those primal drums going."
— Tori intro to song; during an NPR radio interview, Murfreesboro, TN, 1994

"Lemons and burnt oranges would come barreling down the skyway on the draw if the dark grey cats didn't open up and let those girls twirl in their fluffy new dresses"
Tori; Under The Pink Songbook


 ilibjorn wrote:
Didn't our founding fathers come here to get away from religious nuts?
 
Nope.  Depends on your definition of "nuts" — by today's standards they themselves would be the nuts.  What are they teaching in school these days?

For all the crap I give Tori Amos, I think it's only fair that I go on record that I really like this particular track.
 romeotuma wrote:
This song is profound...  and good for the ears...
 
Profound? I don't think so. Sounds like Tori is looking for a divine vending machine AND I object to the implication that a man who doesn't come through simply needs a woman to take care of him. {#Puke}
 ilibjorn wrote:
"I do not find in our particular superstition of Christianity one redeeming feature."  -Thomas Jefferson.
 
Thomas Jefferson was a Christian. He just didn't believe in the hoo-doo voo-doo version.

Tori was clearly hit with a bible one too many times...{#Beat}


This song is profound...  and good for the ears...


_sinisterBeauty.

"I do not find in our particular superstition of Christianity one redeeming feature."  -Thomas Jefferson.   Didn't our founding fathers come here to get away from religious nuts?  Who the heck is Tori Amos anyway?  Not a bad song. 7.5
yes quite bad inindian wrote:
 

badass song in all respects.
 




groovy tune...


{#Meditate} GODLIKE {#Meditate}
Such streams of repartee are major pieces that keep me a devoted RP listener. Sometimes I hear a bit that seems out of place on such a graceful radio station...my response? I check the listerner comments, and often, that bit sounds very different when I read about the influences of this or that musician, the terrible times that define the bit, or just insight from the RP rank and file. It takes a village...
 ajamison wrote:
Wow, an actual, well-thought-out and reasonable reply concerning God and the government, on the internet! I think hell just froze over, haha! Even though I believe in God, I really appreciate your sensible reply. Anyway, an interesting song, as always, from Tori.
 




This song is cool...


 inindian wrote:
 

badass song in all respects.
 
{#Roflol}

 govna wrote:
badass song in all aspects.
  

badass song in all respects.
badass song in all aspects.
amazing album
Seems like Tori Amos brings out extreme emotions in RP listeners.  Interesting to read.
 Tori wrote:
Hey Excelsior,

Next time you listen to a song, how about hiring a guy who has previously liked a song at least once in his life so he can make a nice comment. Thanks!
 

 toterola wrote:
Hey, this is just a song!

And the last time I checked, no one in government was telling anyone how to believe in this country. (Not counting the "Faith-Based Initiatives" that ol' DumbAss started)

Here's what the smartest of our "Founding Fathers" said on the subject:
"It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods or no God. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg." -Thomas Jefferson

All you religious nuts, keep on believing. Everyone else? Let's go have a beer!
 
HELLO! Madison was the smartest.

A lot of this song sounds like me playing Guitar Hero... {#Doh}
Easily my favorite Tori song, far and away. And the sentiment is ringing unfortunately true for me today. :(
Hey, this is just a song! And the last time I checked, no one in government was telling anyone how to believe in this country. (Not counting the "Faith-Based Initiatives" that ol' DumbAss started) Here's what the smartest of our "Founding Fathers" said on the subject: "It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods or no God. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg." -Thomas Jefferson All you religious nuts, keep on believing. Everyone else? Let's go have a beer! :cheers:
dewinter wrote:
I just rated this song "Godlike," that's awesome. Steve Caton on guitar.
Yeah, on second thoughts that scratching sound might not have been chickens. Like he said, a "Cat on" guitar!
lwilkinson wrote:
The founders were Christian and didn't pick any bones about it. All you have to do is read the Declaration, the Bill of Rights and the Constitution.
Oh yeah, Jesus Christ is written all over the Declaration, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution. Oh wait... His name doesn't appear in any of those documents. Well.... at least God is all over those documents! Oh wait... God doesn't appear anywhere except in the introduction to the Declaration of Independence (which is a document with no legal power anyhow). ....what was the point again?
Oh, I hate it when this happens. Someone didn't feed the chickens and they're going nuts in the coop:fever:
Hey Tori, Next time you record a song, how about hiring a guy who has previously picked up a guitar at least one other time in his life. Thanks!
Well stated mread, and while my fingers are a'twitching, I will resist the urge to directly reply and continue what would certainly be a spirited and stimulating debate. Such fun should be had in the general forums (there is actually one going on right now), and I offer my apologies to the song forum readers for perpetuating an OT religion discussion, as these too frequently go out of control. I'll leave it simply with what I had intended the point my initial post to be: The issue of the relationship between religion and government is complex and important. It is not something to be dismissed lightly as the ravings of a couple of wingnuts. There is a wealth of information out there, and I would encourage everyone, no matter which side they're on, to educate themselves about it. Especially with the thoughtful arguments of those you don't agree with. Peace
smdeeg wrote:
Excellent suggestion. I would also suggest additional writing of Thomas Jefferson (author of the Declaration) and James Madison (author/Father of the Constitution, primary defender in The Federalist Papers, and author/champion of the Bill of Rights). Their position on church-state separation is quite well established.
To the authors you cite, "separation" meant that the government must not declare, or establish, any official religion (as in England), nor should it compel any person to belong to any religion. They did not intend that public officials could not acknowledge a diety, behave religiously, or invoke religous principles in decision-making. These actions have become offensive today, mistakenly perceived as violating "separation". The founders believed that our "inalienable rights" were "endowed by their Creator" (uppercase "C"). They crafted the Bill of Rights to protect the people from a government which would limit these rights. Today, too many believe that the government is the source of our rights, not some "creator" (lowercase "c"). You may believe that the "creator" is a god, "mother nature", or whatever you like, even the Judeo-Christian deity or Allah -- that's your right. Sadly, under the "separation" banner, we have gone from acknowledging a higher power -- without prescribing religion -- to criminalizing the idea that individual rights come from ((insert name of any higher power here)) and not from the state.
Single best Tori Amos song. EVAR!
lwilkinson wrote:
Man, you anti'god guy reallllly neeeed to go back to high school and read the history of this country before you start talking about "God".
It is unfortunate that high school history education in this country does not generally prove adequate to the task of providing a sound basis to understand this complex topic. I believe very much in religious freedom which comes from a deep respect for the many wonderful religious traditions that exist in this country. To me, it is common sense that having government take any position on religion besides strict neutrality puts such freedom at risk. (Some disagree with this.) So, by "anti'god guy", perhaps you meant someone else.
The founders were Christian and didn't pick any bones about it.
Indeed. Most, but not all, were Christian.
All you have to do is read the Declaration, the Bill of Rights and the Constitution.
Excellent suggestion. I would also suggest additional writing of Thomas Jefferson (author of the Declaration) and James Madison (author/Father of the Constitution, primary defender in The Federalist Papers, and author/champion of the Bill of Rights). Their position on church-state separation is quite well established.
AlienRelic wrote:
I'm thinking maybe that the REAL conflict that tears this century apart is going to be between those who believe in God and try to force that belief down everybody's throats, and those of us who don't, and who will have no more of it. I'm sick of God.
I am not sick of God, just sick of fundamentalists and religious idiots of all ilk trying to cram their vision/version of "God" down the throats of the rest of us.
kevin36 wrote:
Mason Jennings's new song "Jesus, Are You Real?" makes all these oh-so-clever, snooty songs about faith and doubt ("Dear, God" and "One of Us") look, well, oh-so-clever and snooty.
Speaking of Mason Jennings....why won't RP allow even ONE of his cuts? Rejected: Mason Jennings - Ballad For My One True Love Rejected: Mason Jennings - Be Here Now Rejected: Mason Jennings - Crown Rejected: Mason Jennings - Crown Rejected: Mason Jennings - Keepin It Real Rejected: Mason Jennings - Lemon Grove Avenue Rejected: Mason Jennings - Lemon Grove Avenue Rejected: Mason Jennings - Living In The Moment Rejected: Mason Jennings - New York City Rejected: Mason Jennings - Nothing Rejected: Mason Jennings - Sorry Signs on Cash Machines Rejected: Mason Jennings - Southern Cross Rejected: Mason Jennings - Southern Cross Rejected: Mason Jennings - Southern Minnesota Rejected: Mason Jennings - Summer Dress Rejected: Mason Jennings - Track 1 Rejected: Mason Jennings - Ulysses
Man, you anti'god guy reallllly neeeed to go back to high school and read the history of this country before you start talking about "God". The founders were Christian and didn't pick any bones about it. All you have to do is read the Declaration, the Bill of Rights and the Constitution.
It will be at least 8 years before I can enjoy this song again. Just too much airplay from commercial radio.
i love tori, she's so freaking talented, so disturbed and hot!! I didn't say I wanted to marry her!!!
jpfueler wrote:
It did not mean there should not be a Ten Commandments in a courthouse.
But it didn't mean that they should be there either. For me, Judge Moores sister, acting as his spokesperson, summed it up the best. The issue is not about the Ten Commandments in a courtroom or prayer in school or "under God" in the PoA, these are simply specific battles, the root of the culture war is about the government recognition of God. Her words, and quite telling of what religions are included and which are not. If the government recognizes God, where does that leave Buddhists who have no concept of God the way Christians do? Many thoughtful religious people believe that for freedom of religion to exist the government needs to be out of the God business entirely. History and many current examples tend to support this. So, take which ever side you will, but recognize what is really being discussed, and understand that this isn't just an issue for wacky atheists who sue at the drop of a hat (no matter how much the conservative attack dogs try to make it such). It is an issue for all Americans no matter what your religious beliefs, and cuts very deep to what the relationship between government and religion should be.
This just horrible. Ruins the last two songs which were good its so bad.
Bill is searching for god.
I just rated this song "Godlike," that's awesome. Steve Caton on guitar.
jpfueler wrote:
Indeed the WOT is in part due to a faction trying to do what other religions have done in the past. Jesus and the New testament are rather peaceful in the teachings, but that sure didn't stop the Inquisitors. The problem with Islam, is the ability of having been form by a military man and his rantings giving the extremists so much fodder to justify their twisted world view. Then on the other side are those, like Alien it seems, who make a religion of being anti-religion. Chris Hitchens come to mind, many others who sue at the drop of a hat to remove god from gov't buildings or crosses from public cemeteries, etc. There is no god (imho), but when you're in this Nation of ours, you're in a Nation founded by believers of several sects, who to simplify things decided to not have a national religion like the COE, as many of those founders were of different protestant sects, and deciding who's would be the default was a great way for them to not succeed. So they made sure it would not be a problem. It did not mean there should not be a Ten Commandments in a courthouse.
Wow, an actual, well-thought-out and reasonable reply concerning God and the government, on the internet! I think hell just froze over, haha! :tongue: Even though I believe in God, I really appreciate your sensible reply. Anyway, an interesting song, as always, from Tori.
who is doing that guitar work that I really like? Outstanding compliment to her voice I think. extremely edgy
dsrtfalcon wrote:
AlienRelic wrote:
I'm thinking maybe that the REAL conflict that tears this century apart is going to be between those who believe in God and try to force that belief down everybody's throats, and those of us who don't, and who will have no more of it. I'm sick of God.
Please. Have you read no history? Welcome to humanity. I fail to see how this century is any different than any other....
Indeed the WOT is in part due to a faction trying to do what other religions have done in the past. Jesus and the New testament are rather peaceful in the teachings, but that sure didn't stop the Inquisitors. The problem with Islam, is the ability of having been form by a military man and his rantings giving the extremists so much fodder to justify their twisted world view. Then on the other side are those, like Alien it seems, who make a religion of being anti-religion. Chris Hitchens come to mind, many others who sue at the drop of a hat to remove god from gov't buildings or crosses from public cemeteries, etc. There is no god (imho), but when you're in this Nation of ours, you're in a Nation founded by believers of several sects, who to simplify things decided to not have a national religion like the COE, as many of those founders were of different protestant sects, and deciding who's would be the default was a great way for them to not succeed. So they made sure it would not be a problem. It did not mean there should not be a Ten Commandments in a courthouse.
AlienRelic wrote:
I'm thinking maybe that the REAL conflict that tears this century apart is going to be between those who believe in God and try to force that belief down everybody's throats, and those of us who don't, and who will have no more of it. I'm sick of God.
Please. Have you read no history? Welcome to humanity. I fail to see how this century is any different than any other....
I'm thinking maybe that the REAL conflict that tears this century apart is going to be between those who believe in God and try to force that belief down everybody's throats, and those of us who don't, and who will have no more of it. I'm sick of God.
I'll never forget the first time my 17-year-old, malleable self heard this song. Great, classic Tori. Damn, she be snarky. :good-vibes:
liser wrote:
Ummm - this song is about a man, not God. Looking way too deep on this one.
I think she leaves it open to interpretation whether it's about God or a Man. There is a double entendre in the meaning. I don't think it's snooty to put your questions about God out there in song, it might be snooty to judge peoples faith by comparing pop lyrics . . . :pray: :think: Whatever it's a beautiful song.
This song reminds me a bit of Kate Bush. I really like it.
Love it!
Great lyrics!!
The time signature change at the end makes it..
kevin36 wrote:
Mason Jennings's new song "Jesus, Are You Real?" makes all these oh-so-clever, snooty songs about faith and doubt ("Dear, God" and "One of Us") look, well, oh-so-clever and snooty.
Ummm - this song is about a man, not God. Looking way too deep on this one.
Always loved this one!!!
Kagin wrote:
Good sound -- don't much care for the subject matter....
Don't care about the subject matter - don't care for the sound. Typical early nineties alterna-crap that doesn't hold a candle to anything on Little Earthquakes.
I am not a huge fan, but I like this song because of the humor/irony stuff.
Tori is one of the most underated artists alive, her talent is awesome! :notworthy: God, I love her! :pray: Sarah Fimm is another.
toker wrote:
I like it.
Me too. The more I hear her stuff, the more I like it.
I like it.
Mason Jennings's new song "Jesus, Are You Real?" makes all these oh-so-clever, snooty songs about faith and doubt ("Dear, God" and "One of Us") look, well, oh-so-clever and snooty.
brandog wrote:
Oooooooooooooooooh...............
AAhhhhhhhhhhhhh.................
Oooooooooooooooooh...............
physicsgenius wrote:
I wouldn't have thought this possible, but Tori Amos has actually managed to get worse.
Isn't the fad of being deliberately off-putting over yet?
Xeric wrote:
Has Kate Bush sued yet? Not that I don't find this palatable enough, but, well . . .
from https://www.paradiseplace.org.uk/Kate/katep8.htm
Published in 'Q' Magazine issue 140 May 1998. Tori Amos, a brilliant and original artist, has often been compared to Kate, this is her view on Kate and the comparison. Note you'll find some Tori links on my general links page. "I'll never forget the first time I heard about Kate," Amos recalls. "I was playing in a club, I was 18 or 19 and somebody came up to me, pointed their finger and said, Kate Bush. I went, Who's that? I wasn't really familiar because Kate didn't really happen in the States until Hounds Of Love. I was shocked because the last thing you want to hear is that you sound like someone else. Then people kept mentioning her name when they heard me sing, to the point where I finally went and got her records. When I first heard her, I went, Wow, she does things that I've never heard anybody do, much less me. But I could hear a resonance in the voice where you'd think we were distantly related or something." So you were never influenced directly by her? "Well... I must tell you that when I heard her, I was blown away by her. There's no question." Did you sing along with the records? "Absolutely. But I knew that I had to be careful, so I didn't voraciously learn her catalogue. I left the records with my boyfriend at the time, because I didn't want to copy her."
Bill_Kunsler wrote:
God sometimes I just don't get people. why all the hatin'? like there's never been a time in your life when you've prayed for something (if you're into that sort of thing) and it didn't happen (if that's what this song is even about). that doesn't mean "he" exists or not or is good or bad or apathetic or drunk or whatever. she's not trying to convert anybody, man. she's expressing herself. that's art. get over it. fuck critics, especially religious critics who can't take any criticism.
You are getting too deep. I don't object to the content of the lyrics. I object to the fact that it is impossible to discern the lyrics due to bizarre and childish voice effects.
I wouldn't have thought this possible, but Tori Amos has actually managed to get worse.
llj4665 wrote:
love that comment too funny!!
just quoting the song... :)
Mari wrote:
... She's great, what a musician! ...
Amen! Screw the naysayers. Tori is one huge talent.
love that comment too funny!!mrrmt wrote:
a few witches burning gets a little toasty...
Bill_Kunsler wrote:
God sometimes I just don't get people. why all the hatin'? etc.
:roflol: In all seriousness, I agree with your comment, but your location "calmer than you are" slayed me. Your post was a tad bit on the ranting side. Felt the need to share that you made my day with that tasty bit o' irony. It's one case where I wouldn't wanna see the other guy! :lol:
evilmu wrote:
:bananapiano:
that was just perfect. :bounce:
Like everything about this except that grating sound. Can live without the grating.
i rather like this one.
:bananapiano:
a few witches burning gets a little toasty...
... She's great, what a musician! ...
I met her parents. As you may know, her Dad's a minister. He's actually quite cool and though not into all her subjects, respects what she does. They usually go to all concerts in Florida and he'll be the one wearing a Methodist collar.
Has Kate Bush sued yet? Not that I don't find this palatable enough, but, well . . .