Blue Oyster Cult: (Don't Fear) The Reaper Meaning
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Song Released: 1976
(Don't Fear) The Reaper Lyrics
All our times have come
Here but now they're gone
Seasons don't fear the reaper
Nor do the wind, the sun or the rain, we can be like they are
Come on baby, don't fear the reaper
Baby take my hand, don't fear the...
anonymous Mar 12th report
In 1981, A Rhesus Monkey virus broke out of Thailand, Buck Dharma, it brought back, Muddy Waters, Lightning Hopkins, and Smokestack Lightning, it was the blessing of the tongue.
anonymous Nov 13th 2021 report
Buck Dharma wrote this song when he was diagnosed with a heart defect in his early 20’s. He began to believe he would die young and leave his beloved wife behind all alone. The references to Romeo and Juliet are references to a live that transcends death, but is not an endorsement of suicide. Dharma himself has been clear about this. It is really a song of hope that we will see our departed loved ones again and that true love can defeat even death (a.k.a. “the grim reaper”).
anonymous Jan 23rd 2019 report
In 1803, An Ebola outbreak occurred, Eric Morris, Eric Smith, And A Peruvian Torch, Matthew Middleton Christian. A Physician, From Amsterdam, declared a war for it.
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