Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: The Twin Peaks Quote Listing
From: sasebb@galuppi.unx.sas.com (Edmund Burnette)
Date: 1990-11-08, 15:58
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks,rec.arts.tv

Ed Hughes writes...
|> M and C in unison:
|>     Through the darkness of future past,
|>     The magician longs to see.
|> M:  One...chants out, between two worlds,
|>     Fire...walk with me.

Rob Jellinghaus writes...
|> One-Armed Man: In the darkness of future past, the magician longs to see.  One
|> chance outs between two worlds... fire, walk with me.

This has been bothering me :-).  Is it:

   - one chants out  between two worlds (Ed Hughes)
   - one chance outs between two worlds (Rob Jellinghaus)
   - one chance out  between two worlds (me) ?

Also, is it "through" or "in" the darkness?  We've heard this quote twice, is it
exactly the same in both places?

-- Edmund Burnette, SAS Institute Inc. (919)677-8000 | sasebb@unx.sas.com SAS Campus Drive, Cary, NC 27513 (919)677-8123(fax) | ...!mcnc!rti!sas!sasebb Seen at local grocery store: "Looking for part time perishable clerk"


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