No one knows what this shit means.
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Returning to this simplicity of lyrics, it’s a testament to a great performer being able to make you really feel something.
The vulnerability that he displays on this line’s performance is astoundingly gorgeous.
It’s really the approach to the words in such a genuine and soft way. It’s fucking beautiful. It’s one of the best vocal performances that makes you feel wonderfully in love and delicate.
If you DON’T have that, it makes you WANT that kind of love. That’s how the fuck you write a song
This song inspired me to write love songs. It inspired me to actually call my love songs ‘LoveSong."
So. Now you know.
Also, Robert Smith is TOTALLY from Quebec AND the South Park episode where he destroys Mega Streisand and they shout that “DISINTEGRATION IS THE BEST ALBUM EVER” is AMAZING.
“Robert Smith is TOTALLY from Quebec”? Ummmm…no he’s not. He’s from Crawley, West Sussex, England. (He was born Blackpool in North West England.) However, i will agree with you that his appearance in that early South Park episode is amazing. And Disintegration IS one of the best albums ever…
Okay. Let’s start to get a little serious about this.
Really, this song is an amazing an vulnerable show of affection.
Although I don’t believe in the “However long I stay” part, I still think it’s an amazing sweet and innocent thing to say to someone.
This is one of the greatest love songs ever written.
I’m not even going to say “IMO” because the simplicity of this hook, the simplicity of the entire song… it’s just so endearing and real.
Again, Robert Smith here is saying that the person he is with is making him feel “young again.”
A little know fact that he dated someone who both owned a time machine and knew the location to the fountain of youth.
Pretty cool, right?
You could have just locked the door, Jean. You don' have to put a Maytag washing machine in front of it. Shit.
I dunno. That’s kinda what basement torture scenes seem like they should be. Right? Weird question. I’ll let myself out.
Also a pretty kick ass visual.
What kind of shit is that to do to someone?
You crazy, Jean. You crazy.
A reference from De Niro to Crystal in Analyze This.
Billy Crystal is the psychiatrist, Deniro is the mob boss.
Since Steve is gettin' all “oooh I'ma analyze you…”
Hey, it’s Kiefer Sutherland in Freeway.
This movie is the really fucked up version of Little Red Riding Hood.
You should see it.