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Old Mean Ed Gein

The words to this were inspired by an evening I spent with a precocious sixteen year old girl who was the trophy girlfriend of a woman I knew. My friend had asked me to give the girl a ride downtown to drop her off at one of the underground clubs that popped up every weekend in the mid-eighties. I took her to a Mexican restaurant for a bite to eat. She started talking about her correspondence with a man in prison called "Charlie," who turned out to be Charles Manson. At sixteen, she was fascinated with the history of the Family and, I guess, wanted to find out from the horse's mouth what had juiced Patricia Krenwinkle and Squeaky Fromm into following this common criminal with the messianic eyes and institutionalized personality. The song takes her point of view. It's a slice of life, and no, I'm not overly fascinated with serial killers. They're miscreants, by turns brutal and gentle, but always banal and pathetic.

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Posted at 2am on 06/08/2005 | comments are closed Filed Under:

"The sleep of reason
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