Sunday, July 4, 2010

Scissor Sisters Dhamma - Intermission

There are several songs by Scissor Sisters that have some Dhamma gems mingled with the lyrics. I don't know enough about the band to decipher if they are dabblers or practitioners, but when I hear these lines, I'm always left with the feeling of, "Hmm."

The song "Intermission" is a prime example. Lines like, "Happy yesterday to all, we were born to die," are too easy. The line that really gets me is this one: "Now there's never gonna be an intermission, but there'll always be a closing night."

Enjoy. Oh, and I apologize for the person who posted this video without editing the nearly one minute of silence it has at the end.

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