Juliet of the Spirits

  • The initial spark for this transcendental number came from guitarist Keith Strickland. Kate Pierson explained on the band's website: "He made a suggestion to look to the Fellini movie (1965's Giulietta Degli Spiriti) for lyrical inspiration, since his movies have always been an influence on our look and our hair! Cindy, Fred and I took it from there."
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