Joan Crawford-Blue Oyster Cult(Studio Version)

Joan Crawford by Blue Oyster Cult: Lyrics: Junkies down in brooklyn are going crazy Theyre laughing just like hungry dogs in the street Policemen are hiding behind the skirts of little girls Their eyes have turned the color of frozen meat No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no Joan crawford has risen from the grave Joan crawford has risen from the grave Catholic school girls have thrown away their mascara They chain themselves to the axles of big mac trucks The sky is filled with herds of shivering angels The fat lady laughs, gentlemen, start your trucks Oh no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no Joan crawford has risen from the grave Joan crawford has risen from the grave Christina Mothers home Christina Come to mother Christina No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no Joan crawford has risen from the grave Joan crawford has risen from the grave Joan crawford has risen from the grave Joan crawford has risen No copyright infingment intended.

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    1. awesome song from an awesome record. 1981..burnin for you got some mtv and radio time..and heavy metal got a little rock radio time..but thats about it..ignored by the mainstream music media for the most part..FOOLS!!!

    2. The classical piano intro to this song is just amazing. Unheard of in just about any other rock songs/music

    3. Real ‘PHANTOM OF THE OPERA’ class piano work with an intended and well executed DIABOLICAL MATRIARCHAL departure from reality.

      This song speaks of ills that are more present now in 2009 than when the song was written. kudos to BOC

    4. This whole album is great! BÖC can really make good music. Too bad its not a very well known band. Their songs should get more time on radio.

    5. i haven’t heard one BOC song i don’t like. this is music. they don’t make it like this no more. somewhere along the path people took the wrong road.

    6. Arguably best band of their time. They’re NEVER given the credit they deserve. I’ve loved these guys since BIRTH.

    7. Well, the official video is a bit pervy, with all those Catholic schoolgirls in their short skirts….

    8. @ALTDOK lol. I though, at first, you were saying that about BOC.

      But, yeah. Music today is JUST sound vibrations. No meaning can be extracted from it.

    9. Well, not entirely true…We have stuff like Porcupine Tree and Tool, to name couple, so there IS hope, although as long as people keep buying into Jonas Bros and Britney Spears, they will keep producing it…

    10. “…Their eyes have turned the color of frozen meat…” Now that’s a great image Eric. “Start your trucks!”

    11. There has always been mindless pop, and hopefully always will be. Monkess, Jonas Brothers, so what?

    12. @KnoxaramaV2

      From what I’ve seen of today’s “music”, most of which emanates from American Idol and/or Disney, I have no doubt of that.

    13. @beatcat22

      One could argue that if it wasn’t for mindless pop, we wouldn’t be able to recognize real talent. Like Beavis and Butthead said, “If it wasn’t for stuff that sucked, we wouldn’t know what stuff was cool”.

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