For being known as a noise rock band, “Shadow of a Doubt” is very subdued. The lyrics were created by Kim Gordon, who tells the story of her wishes to be with someone, yet he has someone. Her voice is angry, confused, and weak all in one song.
Sort of entry for the SoaD contest by @haikujitsu. “Sort of” because it’s a bit generic and not quite recognizable scene (it’s one of my favourites though). I’ll try to do a better one before the deadline ç_ç
“Uncle Charlie feels no guilt at all. To him, the elimination of his widows is a dedication, an important sociological contribution to society. Remember, when John Wilkes Booth jumped to the stage in Ford’s Theatre after firing that fatal shot, he was enormously disappointed not to receive a standing ovation.” - Hitchcock to Joseph Cotten on his character in Shadow of a Doubt