myrmidons of melodrama, The Shangri-Las!
highest chart position #123)
that delicate pinch of feminine spice
with which she often flavors her interludes.
made up of Diane, Sylvia, Rosemary
and Margaret Sandoval - a sister act
calling themselves The Girls!
graced our gathering with a song. Come,
my dear Sharon, I must present you
to the faithful. Now!
like a game of hide and seek?
The Feminine Complex (1969)
illustrious sisters before them, Carrie Nation, will crush
the musical barrier and rise like angels. You'll be superstars!
The Satisfactions (May 1966,
group led by Jack Nitzshe's wife Gracia)
"I want your love, Pussycat."
(May 1965, uncharted)
How dare you cast aside my alabaster charms?
My capacious love? My undying troth?
you will drink the black sperm of my vengeance.
You, Jungle Lad, shall be my play thing,
my puppet, my paper doll!
The Paper Dolls (1970)
Why so helpless and why so frail?
charms to soothe your savage breast.
Prepare to boldly go where no man has gone before
as I take you beyond the valley of the paper dolls!
a groveling ant creeping across the malodorous moat!
honed and keen like Excalibur, mightiest sword
of all time. Wrought by Woden, the god of time,
legendary blade of King Arthur. Hurled into
the lake, it sprang forth again all shining
and pure. And now, now it is wielded by
she who will eclipse all their deeds...
Arthur... Lancelot... and even