TODAY'S SONG: HELLO GOODBYE BY THE CURE
Sep. 09, 2014

THIS IS THE CURE'S FIRST RECORDING IN 6 YEARS AND THEY ARE PROBABLY THE ONLY BAND IN THE WORLD CAPABLE OF PLAYING A BEATLE'S COVER THAT IS AS GOOD AS THE ORIGINAL.
NOTICE THAT ROBERT SMITH, NOW 55, NEVER LOSES THIS CUTE WAY OF BEING AND MOVING:






JUST BECAUSE, LET'S WATCH SOME OLDER THE CURE MUSIC VIDEOS:







AND SINCE WE'RE ALREADY IN THE MOOD,  LETS ADMIRE ROBERT SMITH'S SOFT VOICE AND PRISTINE BEAUTY AS A YOUNG MAN IN THESE INTEVIEWS:








HERE A PHOTO OF  ROBERT SMITH WITH THE LOVE OF HIS LIFE:






THIS IS WHAT WIKIPEDIA TELLS ABOUT THEIR STORY:

Smith is married to his long-time partner Mary Theresa Poole (born 3 October 1958), whom he met in drama class at St. Wilfrid's when he was 14.[9] They do not have children,[184] as they decided early in life and in their marriage that they did not want children.[185][186] Smith adds that he "does not feel responsible enough to bring a child into the world".[186] Smith and Poole have 25 nephews and nieces.[186]
Smith later revealed that early in his musical career, Mary had not always shared his confidence and vision for The Cure's future, which was a significant motivating factor to his ensuring that the band was successful.[187] It has been reported by the Daily Express that Mary used to be a model and worked as a nurse with intellectually disabled children; but, as The Cure became more financially successful during the mid-1980s, Mary gave up her day job so that the couple would not have to spend so much time apart.[187][188][189] Smith stated more than once that he was regarded within the couple as Mary's boyfriend, rather than Mary as Smith's girlfriend.[148][190]
Smith told The Face that he had once left a video camera running in their home "and after a couple of hours you forget that it's on and I was quite horrified at the amount of rubbish we say to each other. It's like listening to mental people … I feel more natural in the company of people who are mentally unbalanced because you're always more alert, wondering what they're going to do next...". He claimed that Mary "used to dress as a witch to scare little children", that she sometimes dressed up as Robert Smith in his pyjamas, and that he could never take people home "because I never know who is going to answer the door".[191]
While The Cure was recording the Wish album at Shipton Manor, Oxfordshire between 1991 and 1992, among the objects pinned to the wall was "Mary's Manor Mad Chart", listing seventeen members of the Manor's staff and residents (including The Cure and their entourage) "in order of instability". Mary was ranked in second place, after a woman named Louise who worked in the kitchen. "We all voted", said Smith, "and we had an award night. It was very moving".[192]


YEAH, IM TOO LAZY TO DELETE THE NUMBERS IN THE MIDDLE OF THIS TEXT, SO IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT THEY MEAN JUST GO HERE:

 
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