Today I went out with my best friend, and while sitting in her car I heard the song I used to know as an official soundtrack of my favorite movie: Hallelujah by Rufus Weinwright. She told me that the lyrics are unusually sensual since it used the word “Hallelujah” as a major plot.
As this is a soundtrack of a Disney cartoon, I wonder why this song was picked as one of the soundtrack? And it was played nearly the turning point, or you can say, a part of the McGuffin sequence. As far as I remember they didn’t changed the lyrics either. This kind of eroticism tickles my brain, as I recall what I found with Tinkerbell – related to Marilyn Monroe.
See, these are some of the lyrics:
Your faith was strong but you needed proof,
you saw her bathing on the roof,
her beauty in the moonlight overthrew you
She tied you to a kitchen chair,
she broke your throne, she cut your hair,
and from your lips she drew the Hallelujah
Oh yes, I’m curious with a lot of things. But I’m still having my ADD, so perhaps finishing the book I’m currently reading about Hitchcock and Lacan would be nice. I miss writing serious matters. I mean, I really want to write a little finding in a proper journal.