Sunday, June 10, 2007

Goodbye, Tony.

Just a small town girl,
livin in a lonely world
She took the midnight train goin anywhere
Just a city boy, born and raised in south detroit
He took the midnight train goin anywhere

A singer in a smokey room
A smell of wine and cheap perfume
For a smile they can share the night
It goes on and on and on and on

Strangers waiting,
up and down the boulevard
Their shadows searching in the night
Streetlight people,
living just to find emotion
Hiding, somewhere in the night

Working hard to get my fill,
Everybody wants a thrill
Payin anything to roll the dice,
Just one more time
Some will win,
some will lose
Some were born to sing the blues
Oh, the movie never ends
It goes on and on and on and on

Dont stop believin
Hold on to the feelin
Streetlight people


Julie said...

I think he wrapped everything up and ordered the hit on himself to avoid the Grand Jury.

Would he do that?

The episode was amazing...perfect. I loved it all!

Debbie said...

So, what's up with that?!

John and I were watching the taped version and it comes to the end and I think my cable goes out for a second, so I switch to the live version and the same thing. That ending left it wide open. The clues they give with the song list as Tony is flipping through the jukebox on the table are somewhat telling, but I think they just left it open to personal interpretation. We could think the guy in the bathroom blew them all up or that he came out and shot Tony or that everything is just fine. If you ask me, it was a wussy ending. At least that asshole Phil Leotardo is gone. He bugged me. I had to cover my eyes when the SUV ran over his face. That was bad.

Julie said...

Don't forget what Bobby said on the lake that day- when a ganster dies, you probably don't hear it coming.

bigbadmike said...

OK, at risk of Luggage and Rion hating me, I have to put in my two cents. The ending, though interesting, could have been so much better. I don't want interpretation, I want graphic, clear cut closure. Call me lazy, but I want to be entertained. If I wanted to interpret something I would watch a Fellini movie. David Chase pulled a classic move by keeping his future options open. Yea, he talks a jazzy line about being fed up with the show and never wanting to do it again, but a couple years, a couple shows that don't get optioned and a big mortgage will make him change his tune. Yes, eveyone is entitled to their opinion....and in this case I feel let down. My 8 year investment in the show did not yield the proper dividend. Oh, and by the way, I was listening to Barbara Walters on Sirius radion this evening and she said that she felt cheated. If you don't agree with Barbara Walters who can you agree with?