July 27th, 2002

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The song I mentioned last time...

When you feel all alone
And the world has turned its back on you
Give me a moment please
To tame your wild wild heart
I know you feel like the walls are closing in on you
It's hard to find relief
And people can be so cold
When darkness is upon your door
And you feel like you can't take anymore

Chorus:
Let me be the one you call
If you jump I'll break your fall
Lift you up and fly away with you into the night
If you need to fall apart
I can mend a broken heart
If you need to crash then crash and burn you're not alone

When you feel all alone
And a loyal friend is hard to find
You're caught in a one way street
With the monsters in your head
When hopes and dreams are far away
You feel like you can't face the day

Chorus:
Let me be the one you call
If you jump I'll break your fall
Lift you up and fly away with you into the night
If you need to fall apart
I can mend a broken heart
If you need to crash then crash and burn you're not alone

Because there has always been heartache and pain
And when it's over you'll breathe again
You'll breathe again

When you feel all alone
And the world has turned its back on you
Give me a moment please
To tame your wild wild heart

Chorus:
Let me be the one you call
If you jump I'll break your fall
Lift you up and fly away with you into the night
If you need to fall apart
I can mend a broken heart
If you need to crash then crash and burn you're not alone
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s60 harriet half smile

It can't rain all the time...

I finally saw The Crow today. Very cool movie. Beef, as usual, you were right.

An interesting question for Brett, mostly, cause he's the Gaimen/Sandman person...

Sarah in the movie is dressed like Delirium. The first thing I noticed were the fishnet tights that had holes in them. Plus she's about the same age. Just about everything except the hair. Any significance there? I thought it was pretty cool all the same.

Little things use to mean so much to Shelley—I thought they were kind of trivial. Believe me, nothing is trivial.

A building is torched. All that is left is ashes. I used to think that it is true about everything—family, friends, feelings—but now I know that sometimes if love proves real, and the two people are meant to be together, nothing can keep them apart.

If the people we love are stolen from us, the way to have them live on is to never stop loving them. Buildings burn. People die. But real love lives forever.


~Brandon Lee and Rochelle Davis, The Crow
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