O'Malley's Irish Bar, situated in the heart of Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast, is and has been known for years for our traditional Irish Cuisine and live entertainment. Every Thursday we have our famous Irish night with a live Irish band and discounted Irish meals.
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Good spot for a drink and tucker. Artists - N. O'Malley's Bar is found on the album Murder Ballads. Know something about this song or lyrics? Add it to our wiki.
Read More Edit Wiki. I am tall and I am thin Of an enviable hight And I've been known to be quite handsome In a certain angle and in certain light Well I entered into O'Malley's Said, "O'Malley, I have a thirst" O'Malley merely smiled at me Said "You wouldn't be the first" I knocked on the bar and pointed To a bottle on the shelf And as O'Malley poured me out a drink I sniffed and crossed myself My hand decided that the time was nigh And for a moment it slipped from view And when it returned, it fairly burned With confidence anew Well the thunder from my steely fist Made all the glasses jangle When I shot him, I was so handsome It was the light, it was the angle Huh!
Hmmmmmm Neighbours! I cried, Friends! I screamed I banged my fist upon the bar I bear no grudge against you! And my dick felt long and hard I am the man for which no God waits But for which the whole world yearns I'm marked by darkness and by blood And one thousand powder-burns Well, you know those fish with the swollen lips That clean the ocean floor When I looked at poor O'Malley's wife That's exactly what I saw I jammed the barrel under her chin And her face looked raw and vicious Her head it landed in the sink With all the dirty dishes Her little daughter Siobhan Pulled beers from dusk till down And amongst the townfolk she was a bit of a joke But she pulled the best beer in town I swooped magnificent upon her As she sat shivering in her grief Like the Madonna painted on the church-house wall In whale's blood and banana leaf Her throat it crumbled in my fist And I spun heroically around To see Caffrey rising from his seat I shot that mother fucker down Mmmmmmmmmm Yeah Yeah Yeah "I have no free will," I sang As I flew about the murder Mrs.
Richard Holmes And her husband stupidly stood up As he screamed, "You are an evil man" And I paused a while to wonder If I have no free will then how can I Be morally culpable, I wonder I shot Richard Holmes in the stomach And gingerly he sat down And he whispered weirdly, "No offense" And then lay upon the ground "None taken," I replied to him To which he gave a little cough With blazing wings I neatly aimed And blew his head completely off I've lived in this town for thirty years And to no-one I am a stranger And I put new bullets in my gun Chamber upon chamber And I turned my gun on the bird-like Mr.
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Keep your hands above your head! O'Malley's Bar song meanings. Add your thoughts 34 Comments. General Comment Arguably Nick Cave the songwriter at his finest - certainly at his most brutal and violent. One of 3 major reasons Murder Ballads should not be regarded as some sort of throwaway novelty album.
He rhymes grief with banana leaf for god sakes - thats a master at work. It's not the most obvious of things, no - but it's certainly not so vague as to allow for such a wild explaination i don't believe.
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My hand decided that the time was nigh the time to kill these cretins - more evidence toward his idea that he has no control and is hence not morally culpable And for a moment it slipped from view. And i don't know that this guys on any sort of drug - he's just snapped - i don't know that he's the angel of death either - i believe he fancies himself as some avenging angel hence all the references which goes hand in hand with his vanity.
And for fun, since he was counting on his fingers, i had to do this after the first few listen through but he tallies 12 i believe correct me if i'm wrong 10 shootings, 1 throat crush and a bludgeoning by ashtray.
Cold blooded murder never sounded so awesome! There was an error. This is by far the best, most intelligent, insightful interpretation here! Flag CrimsonSorrow on March 17, Why thank you for your kind assessment. I hadn't been on this site in years, and I logged in to see some lyrics.
I'm not even sure if they had this reply feature back then. Flag StickityWicket on August 31, This is a great song. No Replies Log in to reply. General Comment It's the attention to detail that gets me. I know, I need to get out more. General Comment I think his relationship with his neighbours is interesting.
He seems to know them, but they don't know him. For example, he knows that Kathleen Carpenter was "recently divorced" but Vincent West had no idea that the narrator lived in his street. This could indicate that part of his motive for the murders was that everyone in the town had treated him like he was invisable. Perhaps they had avoided him because he seemed strange. Another interpretation could be that he knows their details because he really IS the angel of death. However, I get the impression that he is simply vain, lonely and insane.
I disagree with your interpretation of what motivates the killings. Furthermore, the narrator could almost be seen as a moralist killer in that he kills a bar keeper's family, a divorcee, a fat man, etc. I can't figure out what this refers to or what his name is, but the victims know him, I am certain of that. Another important factor to consider is how the killer feels about the slayings. He shows both signs of repentence and enjoyment of his work.