Posters

by Dada

Dada ( /ˈdɑːdɑː/) or Dadaism was an art movement of the European avant-garde in the early twentieth century. It began in Zurich, Switzerland in 1916, spreading to Berlin shortly thereafter. To quote Dona Budd's The Language of Art Knowledge,




She was sixteen going on fifty
I'm not quite sure exactly
What that means
But her speakers screamed Sinatra

And the Zombies
Her hair hung red around her
Ripped blue jeans
She said she was Jim Morrison

Incarnate
A psychic on La Brea told her so
She asked me if I ever read Lolita
She took my hand and lead me to

Her door
And she said
Let's go to my room
I'll show my posters

Let's go to my room
I'll show you I'm a lover
She locked the door behind me
She lit a candle

Then blew it out said the moon
Would do just fine
The lizard king and T. Rex for wall
Paper

Above her bed hung a
No-Parking sign
She asked me if I liked her
Decorator

As she stripped behind a wall of
Raining beads
I woke up with her pillow and her
Diary

She took her bath as I began to
Read
And she said
Let's go to my room

I'll show you my posters
Let's go to my room
I'll show you I'm a lover

Written by: JOHN ROBERT KING, MICHAEL S. SIMPSON, PHILIP ALEXANDER HARTMAN, SEAN CALIZO, TINA LINK

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