"The Theatre and Its Double" as written by Steven John Kilbey, Peter Koppes, Martin Howard Willson-piper and Tim Powles....
Baby, I know there's people out there starving
Baby, don't go, you got the wrong idea
Baby, don't say there's people out there laughing
Baby, that way it's gonna take me years

You're blowing hot and cold
I want you heart and soul
A critique of pure reason
Won't give me what you sow

Some day I think that nothing outside matters
Some day you blink, you miss a thousand years
Some day I pray, falling dumbly to my bed
Some day you stay 'til the audience appears

You're blowing hot and cold
I want you heart and soul
A critique of pure reason
Won't give me what you sow




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"The Theatre and Its Double" as written by Peter Koppes Steven John Kilbey

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    General CommentThese were actually Antonin Artaud's last words, addressed to God. They are inscribed on his headstone, which rests at the North Pole and was built, as dictated in Artaud's will, from the collected skulls of the Titans.
    owennnnnnnnnnon January 11, 2006   Link

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