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The Cure - “Cut Here”

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I’ve never really listened to The Cure but this song of regret was written by Robert Smith about the late, great, Billy Mackenzie. The two met backstage shortly before Billy committed suicide and Smith fobbed him off by saying he was too busy to spend some time with his friend.

It’s a great song with a great message - and it’s very sad when you know the back story to it.


Encephalitis - it really sucks.

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Georgi contracted encephalitis and fell into a coma in the summer of 2007. He’s a strong boy and survived, but he suffered brain damage and still can’t walk or talk (well, not very well - but he does try). He’s growing all the time and every penny we collect goes towards his upkeep, and towards his future care requirements.

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