When the couple’s only child, Hank, was a toddler, Mr. Meloy wrote “The Rake’s Song,” in which a widower, yearning to be free, remorselessly offs his three children. (He feeds Charlotte foxglove, drowns Dawn in the bath, and burns Isaiah “for incurring my wrath.”)
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The image of Bill Murray sitting on the bed with the blank look in his face, on the Lost in Translation movie poster, just implies loneliness. And perhaps this is the image that ring in Phantogram’s head when they: