Hedda Gabler

Album: Animal Justice (1977)


  • This is John Cale's free interpretation of Henrik Ibsen's play Hedda Gabler. The key lyric is, "She'll go down in history, down in all her misery." >>
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    Roger - Tinsley Green, England

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  • Tim from Denver, CoNo truth at all to the rumor that Bruce Springsteen will be tackling Ibsen's "The Master Builder."
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