Heaven

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Everyone is trying
to get to the bar.
The name of the bar,
the bar is called Heaven.
The band in Heaven
plays my favorite song.
Play it once again,
play it all night long.
Oh, Heaven
Heaven is a place
A place where nothing
nothing ever happens.
Heaven
Heaven is a place
a place where nothing
nothing ever happens.

— “Heaven” by David Byrne and Jerry Harrison of the Talking Heads, from the album “Fear of Music” (1979)

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Comments

Ginger

February 13, 2006
10:20 am

Does that door look inviting to you, or sinister? It’s strange… I feel both.

Jason Lefkowitz

February 13, 2006
10:31 am

Me too. That’s why I liked the picture 🙂 The song has some of the same ambiguity.

Remi

February 13, 2006
5:43 pm

Hi!
I have read this post of yours with much interest:
http://www.jasonlefkowitz.net/blog1archive/2005/02/howto_add_live.html
What I am really wondering now is how to create an RSS feed … I guess I need to make an xml file somehow…
Just curious how you did it…

Sandy Smith

February 14, 2006
12:17 pm

I think Dick Cheney thought it was so nice he wanted to send his friend there early.
Ba-dum-bum.


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