Thursday, February 01, 2007

Idolos de mi infancia (4° entrega)

Una pelìcula de Brian De Palma!! no me cansarè nunca de verla...

Winslow Leach/The Phantom

Phantom's Theme Paul Williams lyrics
(just a little bit of the song)

"Half asleep I hear a voice
Is it only in my mind
Or is it someone calling me someone I failed and left behind
To work it out I let them in
All the good guys and the bad guys that I've been
All the devils that disturbed me and the angels that defeated them somehow
Come together in me now..."

The Juicy-Fruits

The Undeads




Faust - Paul Williams lyrics

"I was not myself last night couldn't set things right with apologies or flowers
Out of place as a cryin' clown who could only frown and the play went on for hours
And as I lived my role I swore I'd sell my soul for one love
Who would stand by me and give me back the gift of laughter
One love who would stand by me and after making love we'd...
Dream a bit of style
We'd dream a bunch of friends
Dream each others smile
And dream it never ends"

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

As far as 'FAUST' from Phantom of the Paradise' I morally consider 'Winslow Leach' the rightful composer of that song. Winslow fought and died for what was his. William Finley could have been killed for what didn't belong to him (record press scene that went awry in rehearsal) whereas, two years after Phantom... mr. Williams folded faster than Superman on laundry day, when Barbra Streisand decided she wanted to take full credit for 'Evergreen'. She's been doing it for 30 years, sans rebuke or rebuttal from any so-called collaborators.

If williams couldn't stand up for what was (but is no more) his, then 'Winslow Leach' ; fictional character or not, is the rightful owner of Faust. And I am unanimous in that!