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Hotel Dusk DS

Hotel Dusk

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One my first musical musings. Hotel Dusk's 'The Infuriating and Alluring Case of Mr Kyle Hyde'.

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The Infuriating and Alluring Case of Mr Kyle Hyde

If I wanted to read a book I'd read a book with slightly better dialogue and plot.
If I wanted to watch a film noir I'd watch a film noir with slightly better cinematography
If I wanted to play a game I'd play a game if you get my meaning.

Having said that I love you Kyle Hyde and your come kiss me eyes
I love you Kyle Hyde and the secrets you hide behind your eyes
Won't you come on down to room 215 where wishes come true

Everyone thinks you're a cynical bastard but I know better
You just need a little tenderness and a soft-knit sweater
Oh I'd wrap you up, I'd wrap you up safe from you memories
No more nightmares darling not with me so take yourself a little less seriously

I love you Kyle Hyde and your come kiss me eyes
I love you Kyle Hyde and the secrets you hide behind your eyes
Won't you come on down to room 215 where wishes come true

Whatever you do keep your mouth shut for five minutes can't you Kyle?
If you give me another game over and I have to listen to your jabber one more time I might just have to shoot you like you shot your partner, how could you?
Kyle Hyde, Kyle Hyde just died.
Kyle Hyde, Kyle Hyde just died.
I'll get over it.

Written by Rebecca Mayes

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