Chapter 22: Wounds

Don't touch the glass.
Anthony Heald, The Silence of the Lambs
Sometimes it seems like you and me against the world.
Helen Reddy, You and Me Against the World
What a town without pity can do.
Gene Pitney, Town Without Pity
Double bummer.
Bongwater, Double Bummer
No, no, no. The last train to Clarksville.
The Monkees, Last Train to Clarksville
I want you so bad, it's driving me mad.
The Beatles, I Want You (She's So Heavy)
Everything's coming up roses.
Ethel Merman, Everything's Coming Up Roses
Show them how funky and strong is your fight.
Michael Jackson, Beat It
I close my eyes, I see blood.
The Smithereens, Blood and Roses
Should the teacher stand so near, my love?
Dinah Washington, Teach Me Tonight
Lily, oh Lily
The Who, Pictures of Lily
She was the best girl ever.
Janis Joplin, San Francisco Bay Blues
Although he's not a man some girls would think of as handsome.
Frank Sinatra, Someone to Watch Over Me
Gonna use my my my imagination.
The Pretenders, Brass in Pocket
…there's a clown in the refrigerator.
Steve Martin joke
Points of her own, way up firm and high.
Bob Seger, Night Moves
I'm special, so special.
The Pretenders, Brass in Pocket
In the navy.
The Village People, In the Navy
I pity the fool.
Mister T, The A-Team