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Omnia sunt communia.

  • Les membres des Doors reviennent sur l’histoire de « Morrison Hotel », l’avant-dernier album du groupe, fruit d’une période d’heureuse créativité après les tempêtes de l’année 1969.

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    PEACE FROG

    There’s blood in the streets,
    It’s up to my ankles.
    There’s blood in the streets,
    It’s up to my knees.

    There’s blood in the street,
    The town of Chicago.
    Blood on the rise,
    It’s followin’ me.

    Just about the break of day.
    She came in town,
    And then she drove away,
    Sunlight in her hair.

    Blood on the streets
    Runs a river of sadness.
    Blood in the streets,
    It’s up to my thighs.

    The river runs down
    The leg of the city.
    The women are crying
    Red rivers of weeping.

    She came in town,
    And then she drove away,
    Sunlight in her hair.

    Indians scattered on dawn’s highway bleeding,
    ghosts crowd the young child’s fragile,
    egg-shell mind.

    Blood in the streets,
    In the town of New Haven.
    Blood stains the roofs
    And the palm tress of Venice.

    Blood in my love,
    In the terrible summer;
    Bloody red sun of
    fantastic L.A.

    Blood screams her brain
    As they chop off her fingers.
    Blood will be born
    In the birth of a nation.

    Blood is the rose of
    Mysterious union.

    There’s blood in the streets,
    It’s up to my ankles.
    There’s blood in the streets,
    It’s up to my knees.

    There’s blood in the street,
    The town of Chicago.
    Blood on the rise,
    It’s followin’ me.