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Marlon J.D.

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Journal For Plague Lovers


Marlon J.D.

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Album Journal For Plague Lovers
Length 2:50
Type Album Track
First Played Live Monday 25th May 2009 - Glasgow Barrowland
Last Played Live Friday 13th May 2011 - Hamburg Markthalle
Recorded Rockfield Studios, Monmouth
Producer Dave Eringa

Lyrics


He stood like a statue
As he was beaten across the face
With a horse whip
Where the wounds already exist
A well-oiled rifle
And never lonely, Marlon JD
If you want to come down, come down
Give him some dignity

So see, so see Marlon J.D.
So see, so see Marlon J.D.

Learn to live without clutter
To live without luxury
Sometimes I envy them
Goodnight yourself, Marlon JD
He did not defend himself
He didn't even raise his hand
I will not beg because
This is how I am

So see, so see Marlon J.D.
So see, so see Marlon J.D.

So see, so see Marlon J.D.
So see, so see Marlon J.D.

Sample


01:46 - "Bare floors, plain white walls. No window curtains, nothing but essentials. With no luxuries, no ornamentation, Utter simplicity. But it's also clean, It's clean as a rifle" - Marlon Brando as Major Weldon Penderton in Reflections In A Golden Eye (1967)

02:44 - "And, they're never lonely. And sometimes I envy them" - Marlon Brando as Major Weldon Penderton in Reflections In A Golden Eye (1967)


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