Dexter considers himself emotionally divorced from the rest of humanity; in his narration, he often refers to "humans" as if he is not one of them.
Dexter makes frequent references to an internal feeling of emptiness, leading to several attempts in his youth to "feel alive".
Photo: Album art Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin get it on in a Paris recording studio in 1969.
The single was banned from radio in many countries—even in France it couldn't be played before 11 p.m.—and the Vatican excommunicated the record exec who released it in Italy. Very few songs pair lyrics and arrangement more perfectly than Bruce Springsteen's moody metronome of a ticking time bomb, a 1984 song that pits a man's pent-up desire against a ripe piece of unpicked fruit.
Harry, frustrated with the number of people who avoided justice, decided to train Dexter as a killer who would target and dispatch other murderers.Unless, you're a necrophiliac - and again, we're not here to judge you - the living/dead thing goes without saying...Also OP implied he was looking for more updated info so these discussions don't also evolve into discussion about Frank Sinatra, Forrest Tucker, and Milton Berle If we don't research this stuff, we may find that toxins in the environment are shrinking mens dicks..then this should be a top National Security Concern...Photo: Album art There's an unwritten rule among us list compilers that at least one Al Green tune must be included on each list of great songs, or all list-writing privileges will be suspended until further review. Listen to this 1972 classic from the last of the great soul singers.Photo: Michael Ochs Archives Granted, Nina Simone would be sexy reading the phone book.