Saturday, January 21, 2012

The Rolling Stones - Sister Morphine

Maybe the most psychedlic song of Rolling Stones in a slow tempo bluesy way. This taste is coming up by the slide guitar of a young man, then, who contributed to the song. His name Ry Cooder.

The song is among the other hits of the band's masterpiece "Sticky fingers"

Here is another version sang by the "Lady" Marianne Faithful

(m. jagger/k. richards/m. faithfull)

Here I lie in my hospital bed
Tell me, sister morphine, when are you coming round again?
Oh, I don't think I can wait that long
Oh, you see that Im not that strong

The scream of the ambulance is sounding in my ears
Tell me, sister morphine, how long have I been lying here?
What am I doing in this place?
Why does the doctor have no face?

Oh, I can't crawl across the floor
Ah, can't you see, sister morphine, Im trying to score

Well it just goes to show
Things are not what they seem
Please, sister morphine, turn my nightmares into dreams
Oh, can't you see Im fading fast?
And that this shot will be my last

Sweet cousin cocaine, lay your cool cool hand on my head
Ah, come on, sister morphine, you better make up my bed
Cause you know and I know in the morning I'll be dead
Yeah, and you can sit around, yeah and you can watch all the
Clean white sheets stained red.

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