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CeltArctic Origins: The Spider Murders (50) RE: Origins: The Spider Murders 05 Oct 06


I listened to her song, out of curiosity. I have to say I really liked the song. It reminded me in a way of the Twa Corbies, equally morbid, and telling a story from the perspective of a non-human bystander.

As for the reverend's opening post...I googled his name and found a wealth of interesting and scandalous stuff. Now I know you can't believe everything you read on the Internet, but it sounds to me like this guy thrives on stirring up mud - and he seems to have had quite a bit of it chucked in his direction.

I copied out the lyrics to the Spider song:

Spider on my windowsill,
Watching me, watching me,
Are you getting such a thrill?
Watching me, watching me.

As I take my shower here and wash the blood away,
You just sit there, oh so still with nothing to say…

Spider on my windowsill,
Watching me, watching me,
Spin your web and then sit still.
Watching me, watching me.

Did you hear that bloody shrill? I am just like you;
Bet you didn't think that I had a dark side too…

Spider on my windowsill,
Watching me, watching me,
Did you see me make the kill?
Watching me, watching me.

Did you see him cheat on me in my own bedroom?
Now he can be with her sharing the same doom.

Spider on my windowsill,
Watching me, watching me,
Are you getting such a thrill?
Watching me, watching me.

Did you hear that bloody shrill? I am just like you;
Bet you didn't think that I had a dark side too…


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