9in - ENTERTAINMENT CLOSER you let me violate you, you let...

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ENTERTAINMENT AFA JOURNAL - JANUARY, 2000 CLOSER you let me violate you, you let me desecrate you you let me penetrate you, you let me complicate you help me i broke apart my insides, help me I've got no soul to sell help me the only thing that works for me, help me get away from myself i want to f*** you like an animal i want to feel you from the inside i want to f*** you like an animal my whole existence is flawed you get me closer to god From "The Downward spiral" CD by Mine Inch Nails Breaking moral barriers one song at a time By AL MENCONI The following is a simple illustration of how much emptiness we are willing to accept, if it comes to us in small bites. There are many songs that are more graphic, but each of the following broke down barriers in what society considered acceptable. 1964 - The Beatles sang I Wanna Hold Your Hand. Their lyrics and attitude suggested physical aggressiveness was okay without an emotional commitment. Today this is such an innocent song, but in 1964 it was a major departure from what was acceptable. 1967 -
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course MAFT 541 taught by Professor Davidp.altopp during the Fall '10 term at Ventura College.

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