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    The Doors: Post here if you've got something to say about The Doors.

    Come on baby, light my fire.

    Please keep all The Doors related discussion here.

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    this is the end?

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    darkness_nz wrote:
    this is the end?
    Not if we break on through to the other side.

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    Really useful for getting into my house. I think everyone should have at least one.

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    close the Door to this thread plz (joke)

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    I thought they hung on to Val Kilmer for too long. They should have turfed him before he started getting too wasted on stage.

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    I always thought The Doors were a bit shit. But I've also only ever heard one song that I know of.

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    Yeah, same as the Rolling Stones for me; overrated.

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    The Corrs?

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    Frederick James wrote:
    Yeah, same as the Rolling Stones for me; overrated.
    They maybe overrated but they've outlasted a lot of groups.

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    gneiss wrote:
    I thought they hung on to Val Kilmer for too long. They should have turfed him before he started getting too wasted on stage.
    You've got val confused for John Morrison from the WWE

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    B|ind-Reaper* wrote:
    You've got val confused for John Morrison from the WWE
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    St4lk3r wrote:
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    I think you’ve got Morrissey confused with Mr Smith
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    Pretty sure you spelled Smithers wrong.

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    One time I was doing mushies with my pals and playing the bongos (****) and some asshole put The Doors - The End on and the only thing anyone said was "textbook" so we went and made brandy alexanders

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    St4lk3r wrote:
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    Thank you for letting me post this again

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    ^ I think you have Bob Smith confused with Bob Hope, famous old skool comedian and Oscars host;
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    MAC_HATER wrote:


    Thank you for letting me post this again
    Name one cow you're friends with morrissey

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    If you givve this thread a ride sweet poster you will die

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    The doors are creaking, I should really crc that.

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    Isn't it CCR

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    Konev wrote:
    If you givve this thread a ride sweet poster you will die
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    I read the entire text script for Apocalypse Now! Redux the other day. It includes suggestions for music including "The End". When you read a movie script of a movie you really like you often get little bits of information like what a character is supposed to be feeling which you might miss on screen.

    In a way it was just as good as watching the movie.

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    Quasi ELVIS wrote:
    I read the entire text script for Apocalypse Now! Redux the other day. It includes suggestions for music including "The End". When you read a movie script of a movie you really like you often get little bits of information like what a character is supposed to be feeling which you might miss on screen.

    In a way it was just as good as watching the movie.
    Rock N Roll!