Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Tabii duvardan bahsedip Hedwig’den bahsetmemek olmaz (ve Roland Barthes’ın dediği gibi: Bir hadım hikayesi bedeli ödenmeden anlatılamaz.)

Hedwig

I was born on the other side
Of a town ripped in two
I made it over the great divide
Now I’m coming for you

Enemies and adversaries
They try and tear me down
You want me baby, I dare you
Try and tear me down

I rose from off of the doctor’s slab
Like Lazarus from the pit
Now everyone wants to take a stab
And decorate me
With blood, graffiti and spit

Enemies and adversaries
They try to tear me down
You want me, baby, I dare you
Try and tear me down

On August 13, 1961,
A wall was erected
Down the middle of the city of Berlin
The world was divided by a cold war
And the Berlin Wall
Was the most hated symbol of that divide
Reviled, graffitied, spit upon
We thought the wall would stand forever
And now that it’s gone
We don’t know who we are anymore
Ladies and gentlemen
Hedwig is like that wall
Standing before you in the divide
Between East and West
Slavery and freedom
Man and woman
Top and bottom
And you can try and tear her down
But before you do
You must remember one thing–Hed:

There ain’t much of a difference
Between a bridge and a wall
Without me right in the middle, babe
You would be nothing at all

Enemies and adversaries
They try and tear me down
You want me, baby, I dare you
Try and tear me down

John Cameron Mitchell & Stephen Trask,
Tear Me Down

“Hedwig and the Angry Inch” için 1 yorum

  1. Tom Waits — Evet, bundan sonra sırada “Ladiieeees annnndd Gentlemaaan! Harrryyyy’sss Harbooouuurrrr Bizzaaarrrreee is proud to present, under the Big Top tonight – HUMAN ODDITIES” diye inim inim inleyecek ve inletecek ve inleterek başlangıç gösterecek Tom Waits’den Black Rider dinlemek farz oldu, bakalım dipte kum var mıymış? 8P

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