Black Sabbath Concert

Jim said, “We are going to have a great time because this group is much more than just a metal band, as they are the ones who brought Satanism and the occult into the world of mainstream music.  Their bassist, Geezer Butler woke up one night and he thought that Satan was in his apartment asking him to pledge his allegiance, but he also stated that this vision may have been induced by taking too many drugs.  I have seen them many times in concert, but I have yet to see them get naked and leap all over the stage, or conjure up the devil.”  Kate said, “If I see the devil, I am so out of here.”

Written for Stine Writing – Poetry, Positivity, and Connecting!, Simply 6 Minutes hosted by Christine Bialczak.

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  1. Yikes. I was just reading, today, that a cover of Into the Void was done by Soundgarden… but they dropped all the original lyrics and used a speech about land and nature by Chief Seattle, instead, for the words.

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      1. Different versions of the speech can be found.
        In addition to his namesake city, Chief Seattle (178?-1866) is best remembered for a speech given, according to pioneer Dr. Henry Smith, on the occasion of an 1854 visit to Seattle of Isaac Stevens (1818-1862). Stevens was governor and Commissioner of Indian Affairs of Washington Territory. ……….

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