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Desc:It does this whenever it's told.
Category:Classic Movies, Horror
Tags:lotion, skin, Buffalo Bill, Silence of the Lambs, ted lavine
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Normally I despise songs (mostly from soundtracks) that just re-tell a part of a film to an insipid melody (I'm thinking most recently of the vomit-inducing "Iris" by the "Goo-Goo Dolls"), but I can really get behind the artistic motivation for this one.

Maybe because I'm fantasizing about those other songwriters having this crooned to them as they stare up from the bottom of a pit.
Spoke too soon. Thought this was the song by the Greenskeepers:


Huh. I see the references in POE-TV for that song, but all the links come up as invalid.

Ah, well. It's in the hopper now if anyone wants to see it.


Innocent Bystander
And I don't want the world to see me,
'Cause I don't think that they'd understand.
When everything's made to be broken,
I just want you to know who I am.

I just find it hard to believe he is playing the "normal" cop on Monk.
Lotion, meet basket. Please, for the love of God.
He tried to relate at least.

Just... just take your stars and go.
so was Ted Levine ever able to work as anything except a psycho after this?
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