Hits of Sunshine (For Allen Ginsberg)

Sonic Youth | Hits Of Sunshine (For Allen Ginsberg)

Today I said goodbye to my conflicted goddess
Her lush eyes show surprise
At how we could gather knowledge
The painting has a dream
Where shadow breaks the scene
And the colors run off
Blue is bashful, green is my goal
Yellow girls are running backward
Until the next time, with six hits of sunshine
The lights will blind us with blues in haiku
The shadow has a dream
Where painters look to sea
And colors burn out
Now I know where I once saw you
Stepping into muddy water
John’s reflection decried perfection
Now you walk him through the garden
Waiting in the wings
Painters shade their dreams
With falling colors
See me wave goodbye forever
Happiness the goddess lover
Hurry back remember last time
The hits of sunshine, the hits of goldmine
I’ll see you back tonight
Where painters love the light
And yellow shadow girls

Today I say goodbye to my complicious goddess
Her hushed eyes show surprise
At how we captured knowledge
I’ll see you back tonight
Where shadows dream of light
Let’s slip on outside

cameron24244:

"Most people will tell you that Billy Corgan is the most difficult and unhappy human in the world,but my experience with him was completely different I found him very intelligent and sensitive with a keen sense of irony I always found Billy supportive and never competitive or weirdly jealous but he clearly was the boss of The Smashing Pumpkins and the rest of them were pretty much under his thumb"-Anthony Kiedis

cameron24244:

"Most people will tell you that Billy Corgan is the most difficult and unhappy human in the world,but my experience with him was completely different I found him very intelligent and sensitive with a keen sense of irony I always found Billy supportive and never competitive or weirdly jealous but he clearly was the boss of The Smashing Pumpkins and the rest of them were pretty much under his thumb"-Anthony Kiedis

c0urtneylove:

"Don’t be so rough on the kids! We didn’t pay you to behave like fucking Nazis!" - D’arcy Wretzky to the security guards at a concert