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Mysterious “Goodbye Horses” Singer Q Lazzarus Breaks Her Silence 30 Years Later

2 monthes ago   |   By Stereogum

In 1991, director Jonathan Demme introduced to the world to Q Lazzarus and "Goodbye Horses." It's the song that's playing in the iconic scene from Silence Of The Lambs when serial killer Buffalo Bill is applying makeup and talking to himself in the mirror: "Would you fuck me? I'd fuck me. I'd fuck me so... More »
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