The 69 Eyes – Dead Girls Are Easy


Initially, The 69 Eyes’ music style was of glam metal and sleaze rock, influenced by acts such as Mötley Crüe and Hanoi Rocks. However, they began to incorporate more influence from gothic rock bands such as The Mission and, The Cult and The Sisters of Mercy. Their sound was described as a mix of the gloominess of gothic rock with guitar-powered rock’n’roll. Their music continued to show further influence from other rock artists such as The Doors, Elvis Presley, and Billy Idol as well as vampire films and literature.The term “goth ‘n roll” is used by fans to describe their style. They are often described as a dark rock band, a term which the band has embraced. In recent times, with the release of Back in Blood The 69 Eyes have moved back to a more guitar based sound, although gothic imagery and lyrical themes remain forefront in their style.

Lyrics:

She’ll be the bride
Of the darkness, open wide
She’ll feel the bite
Of the night before the pride

And he feels alright
When the shadow comes alive
Feeding on the night
She’s gone to the other side

Dead, Dead
So dearly departed
Dead, Dead
So lost and brokenhearted

Dead, Dead
Dead girls are easy
Dead, Dead
Dead girls are easy
Dead, Dead
Dead girls are easy
Dead
All they want to do is rock

When the moon is high
Still air and the candles die
Here comes the bride
Raven hairs get milky white
She’s hot as ice
You can’t keep her off your eyes
Don’t you even try
She’s gone to the other side

Dead, Dead
So dearly departed
Dead, Dead
So goddamn brokenhearted

Dead, Dead
Dead girls are easy
Dead, Dead
Dead girls are easy
Dead, Dead
Dead girls are easy
Dead

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