A fantasy world of celluloid villains and heroes
'cause celluloid heroes never feel any pain
And celluloid heroes never really die-The Kinks, "Celluloid Heroes," words and music by Ray Davies
But that's not all. I played Sinead O'Conner's "Nothing Compares 2 U" video tonight too. When I had my break in 1992, the hallucinations in my head told me that Sinead sent me off with this song in my unwitting quest to rescue Jenna, a task I'd supposedly completed by the time of my "visions," and thusly, by the time of the revelation about this song.
Very grandiose, yes, very grandiose. When I got sick again in 1995, Sinead hallucinations became very prominent. I hallucinated that I met her in Dublin in 1982. My symptoms persisted throughout the early months of 1995. I bought her two albums on cassette while I still reeled from all of that. One song, "Jump In the River," really got me. I dug on this lyric: You're not supposed to be here at all/ It's all been a gorgeous mistake/ Sick one, clean one, the best one, that God ever made.
Fuck you, asshole.