"Spook" as written by and Michael Dean Wareham Damon Krukowski....
When you went blind
And I nearly lost my mind
It didn't last
Cause you have another eyelid

And when you smile
Then you give yourself away
It's all too much
And you have another eyelid

But when you cry
Then I know we are in trouble
It's all too much
And you have another eyelid

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"Spook" as written by Michael Dean Wareham Damon Krukowski


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    General Commentone fucking great song
    dolcecarson May 24, 2006   Link
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    Song MeaningSee Dean Wareham's blog from Feb. 27, 2015, shortly after Leonard Nimoy died:


    "Today’s song is one of my own, for the great Leonard Nimoy. I had the pleasure of seeing him on Broadway in the late 1970s, in a production of Equus. I can’t remember why I titled this “Spook” instead of “Spock,” perhaps I was embarrassed to have written a song based on a Star Trek episode. The lyric concerns the episode Operation Annihilate where Spock is blinded in an experiment. Bones thinks the blindness permanent and blames himself. But no, Vulcans have a second eyelid, and Spock is alive and well, and overhears Bones saying that Spock is the best First Officer in Starfleet history. What an amazing creation was Spock, burned forever into our collective minds …"
    wakalixon September 13, 2016   Link

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