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Jim Morrison of The Doors handwritten lyrics for "Riders on the Storm".

69. Jim Morrison of The Doors handwritten lyrics for “Riders on the Storm”. These handwritten lyrics for “Riders on the Storm” were written by Jim Morrison in the presence of The Doors’ manager, Danny Sugerman, for copyright purposes. 1-page, written in black marker pen on 9 x 14 in. yellow-lined paper. Undated. “Riders on the Storm” is said to have been inspired by the cowboy/folk song “Ghost Riders in The Sky: A Cowboy Legend” (1948). It marked the last song Morrison would record before…

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TOP 25 QUOTES BY JIM MORRISON (of 164) | A-Z Quotes

Time to live, time to lie, time to laugh, and time to die. Take it easy baby. Take it as it comes.

You're The Poet In My Heart

Jim Morrison wasn't just the erratic front man of The Doors. He was also a poet. "I kept a lot of notebooks through high school and...

Mr Mojo Risin quotes

Poet, rock god and controversial bad boy, these Jim Morrison quotes on life, love and the universe show what an incredible philosopher he was too.

An Unholy Alliance - Jim Morrison and Nico

An Unholy Alliance - Jim Morrison and Nico - An Excerpt from Nico's Biography

Awake Shake dreams from your hair My pretty child, my sweet one. Choose the day and choose the sign of your day The day’s divinity First thing you see. A vast radiant beach in a cool jeweled moon C...

Awake Shake dreams from your hair My pretty child, my sweet one. Choose the day and choose the sign of your day The day’s divinity First thing you see. A vast radiant beach in a cool jeweled moon C…

Interesting poem from a rocker from yesteryear

“Horse Latitudes” from Strange Days was written about the troubles the Spanish Armada faced when ferrying horses to the new world. Their ships got stuck in the doldrums, a low pressure area of faint wind and calm seas. Jim Morrison said the song was about the moment when the soldier threw their horses overboard to allow the ships to move forward again.