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04-Jul-2021 DENNIS HOYNE

Dead Flowers

This song featuring quite dark lyrics and written by Mick Jagger
and Keith Richards was recorded by The Rolling Stones back in 1970.
Townes van Zandt's recording of it was used in the final scene of the movie
"The Big Labowski."
Here is the chorus;

Take me down little Susie, take me down
I know you think you're the queen of the underground
And you can send me dead flowers every morning
Send me dead flowers by the mail
Send me dead flowers to my wedding
And I won't forget to put roses on your grave

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Mieke WA Minkjan09-Jul-2021 10:00
beautiful for the song V
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)08-Jul-2021 17:48
Colori intensi e bel dettaglio. Ottima fotografia, Dennis.V
laine06-Jul-2021 08:05
Very colourful despite their demise.
Bryan Murahashi05-Jul-2021 14:03
Very nice backdrops for these still colorful flowers.
Nick Paoni05-Jul-2021 01:35
Love the muted colors and textures.
Raymond Ma05-Jul-2021 00:56
Love the muted sombre mood so befitting the subject. v
larose forest photos04-Jul-2021 20:08
Love the Stones, been a fan from day one! This is a classic. Super shot to go with it. V
globalgadabout04-Jul-2021 19:21
a rich image that, like the song, can be interpreted in different ways, each through one's personal mental prism..
carol j. phipps04-Jul-2021 18:58
The flowers still look beautiful. Yes, dark lyrics. (I choose the lyrics for “Dead Flowers” by Miranda Lambert for that reason. ) vote
Helen Betts04-Jul-2021 17:05
Great capture of the bouquet, and perfect for the song lyrics.
Don Mottershead04-Jul-2021 16:32
Wonderful image. V
joseantonio04-Jul-2021 15:50
looks like a lovely painting.V.
Walter Otto Koenig04-Jul-2021 15:44
A beautiful still life with these colors and lighting. "V"