“And it’s easier for you, yeah it’s easier for you”

“Salome” was released on Old 97’s third studio album, Too Far To Care, in the summer of 1997.

I’m a huge fan of Old 97’s and this album in particular, this is my second video for a track from it, the first being “Broadway” (which I uploaded in October of 2012 and mentioned that I hoped “Salome” would be my next as it’s maybe my favorite track from an album filled with favorites (love the lyrics and the unusual arrangement….wow, didn’t think it would be almost 2 years!)

Came across this old footage clip a while back and immediately thought that it would fit perfectly with “Salome”…didn’t spend much time on it…just wanted to let that headless lady find the groove a bit! 🙂 It also includes clips from the 1923 silent film…a strange thing in it’s own right (I wanted to use more of it….but then there wouldn’t have been enough headless dancing! LOL!)

Hope you enjoy it! Thanks for checking it out!

As usual HUGE THANKS to everyone who’s art made this new art possible…THANK YOU!!!

[Lyrics]
Salome, uncross your heart.
I know what goes on inside, it’s over before it starts.
Well I’ll stay all night, I’ll wait right here.
The full moon might work magic girl, but I won’t disappear.

CHORUS:
And I’m tired of making friends, and I’m tired of making time,
And I’m sick to death of love, and I’m sick to death of trying.
And it’s easier for you, yeah it’s easier for you.
And it’s easier for you, yeah it’s easier for you.

Salome, untie my hands.
Well I’ll find another lady, and you’ll wreck another man.
It’s over now, yeah and so are we.
My blood’s turned to dirt girl, you broke every part of me.

And I’m tired of making friends, and I’m tired of making time,
And I’m sick to death of love, and I’m sick to death of trying.
And it’s easier for you, yeah it’s easier for you.
And it’s easier for you, yeah it’s easier for you.

(repeat chorus)

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