Which is itself a kind of sequel to Dance Hall's "Taut" – and maybe in its own way a sequel to To Bring You My Love's "C'mon Billy" – and definitely as close to a Jesus Lizard song as she ever came. She whipped it out, mid-set, gasping the lyric as she stalked the front of the stage, in character: "Can I tell you something? Can I tell you a story?" Guitars grinding and howling behind her. "It all started when he bought that car. It was the first thing he ever owned, apart from me, and the color was red, and the color was red. And he drove me -- he drove me out of my mind!" That last clause with a frightening, hysterical little yelp. When it was over she took a bow. Theatrical doesn't begin to describe it: it was simply theater. And shockingly great.

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