Memo to Murdoch
Don't pretend to be my friend
Then stab me in the back
Don't pretend to me about DECENCY
Its the very thing you lack.
Don't hide behind the phoney smile
Whilst causing so much hurt
Don't take the moral high ground
As you lay down in the dirt.
You cosy up to FASCISTS
And celebrate the GREEDY
You protect the rich and selfish
And you objectify our sisters
And desecrate our DEAD
You hide behind a union jack
And wallow in bloodshed
All your lies ate calculated
In headlines BOLD and TALL
Your apologies ate belated
Begrudging FORCED and SMALL
And don't try and DISTRACT me
With bingos and tits
You have no sense of DIGNITY
Your words are counterfeits.
And to ALL the anti though brigade
Who think its just a piece of FUN.
Just wait till they start on your mums and dads your daufhters ,and sons.
(Total eclipse of the scum)
I am so proud to be a SCOUSER.
Dear mr H, so glad I saw you at 100 club on Sunday. It was a V special evening with your other friends in the band too. I have very fond memories of the Spirit & Body evenings at Dingwalls way back. You played lots of good stuff and didn`t come up for air! My eyes lit up and was so glad when you mentioned John Wetton as I have been feeling very down about this and had been listening to his albums and watching his DVDs in the weekend. I grew up listening to him for the last 25 years from a young-ish age (as I have done with you) and have met him briefly on occasions, so didn`t really know him, but feel that I did through his music and the way he came across when I met him and through his shows. It makes perfect sense to me that you clicked together, obviously why I`ve always liked you both. Thanks so much for your lovely tribute to him. It was so nice to hear your story. Anyway I really hope you read this. Really looking fwd to seeing you in Poland. ttfn Dan
Dear Mr H
THANK YOU for this amazing private musical moment (?) in London sunday evening. I'm only leaving 890 miles from there, it was apparently easier to reach the place than people only 30 miles away . First handshake... thank you. again and again... the strange french girl with a frog on !
Thanks for a great evening at the 100 club.
We only live 30 miles from central London but getting there on a Sunday was a mission impossible (nearly). No trains etc etc. Anyway we made it and it was well worth the effort.
Thanks again. x
I approached this site to unburnen a sadness, pain.
In the mist of trying to have the courage to do so,I noticed odd posts from a person whom frequent this site.
To my dismay no one seemed to give a care.
Forgive me for being bashful, but I do not understand any human that has no compassion in there heart others.
The two uncomfortable stares, one was hers.
I looked that woman direct in the eye, what I saw and felt was rejection,ridicule she's endured.
Did I put myself in her shoes over this past year more or so.
I absolutely did
The belittling, ridicule, people took joy in is appalling.
Is it wrong to use poor language YES
Is it wrong to assault a seeming good persons charter YES
Is it wrong to hurtful ridicule me
Water off my back.
Was it wrong to compare me with a certain oriental person.
There will be no more posts.
Dear H ,witness this wonderful example of how you can link people and help them to meet, greet, and share....Mrs Claire if you go on marillion the H years facebook page, you might see a funny frog in some comments, and then you can reach me.....See you soon Mr H
Looking forward my first H natural show... there will be plenty of french people apparently !!! Looking forward to see Claire's smile for her first trip to London to see you ! I made a special tee shirt for the venue... there will be a frog on it... can't wait !!
Just want to tell you how surprised and proud I am that you took such a liking to my photo of you performing in Alexandria Virginia to include in your Invisible Man diary (book 2). I just happened to see it again on your site(miscellaneous #5). I did not notice the photo on the 2nd diary cover until I was half way through reading it. It was a magical music moment that I will never forget. My wife had told me when you signed my original at the book store in Philly (stands prominent on my shelf in my music room down the Easter Shore of Maryland)that you really took a liking to it. I then had a copy made, placed it in a pewter frame, and gave it to you at another gig in Alexandria before sound check.
I have had some great memories attending events with you and Marillion, but this moment is up near the top.
Thanks for listening.