I don’t even know what to say except thanks for thinking, collecting, organizing, writing and sharing this. Really amazing read.
The Doors’ song “Waiting for the Sun” is a hauntingly beautiful composition, with its deeply profound lyrics and its fluid slide guitar riffs. It was released on the album Morrison Hotel in 1970 and is one of several of the Doors’ slower, more eerie tracks on the album, others including “Blue Sunday” and “Indian Summer”. Apart from being the charismatic lead singer for the Doors, Jim Morrison was a poet and studied comparative literature and theatre at UCLA, resulting in songs with dark, surreal lyrics, often with abstract concepts.
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