Paris (EFE) .- French, German and Spanish fans flocked to the composer and poet’s grave this Saturday Jim Morrison, In the Paris cemetery of Pre Lachaise, to pay tribute to this myth and reference to the rock, who died fifty years ago today.
“Your poems will always confuse us. Your demons have come looking for you, but we will never forget you. The doors will never close, because I never get tired of listening to your songs”, by Catherine D’Lençon and Bruno Said Gaccon at the bottom of Morrison’s grave, in which he left a bouquet of flowers and a picture frame.
To protect the privacy of the place and to prevent people from getting too close, the fence around the tomb witnessed the morning of the arrival of hundreds of followers, some of them wearing the shirts of the artist and his group, “Door”.
“We have come to experience this phenomenon, we have not come to see Paris; we have come to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary with our idol Jim Morrison,” explained Efe Mamen Langa and Carlos Sánchez, who arrived by car from Barcelona. chance.
The two believed that this “dream” they had long planned to have, that too for the 25th anniversary of his death, as they “fascinated” Morrison from a very young age. But it’s still not 50 years since they decided to definitely follow through.
“A Short But Intense Life”
song “La Woman”, who dedicated it to his partner, Pamela Courson, is one of those exposed to Langa, although he admits that they all have something special in common because of the messages they sent at the time.
“He has been a reference both personally and musically,” says Pere Romeu, another Barcelona fan who was at the cemetery two years ago and who wanted to reiterate to share Morrison’s memory in the company today.
“A short but intense life,” he said of his idol – who died at 27 – Romu, who admitted that his hair still stood on end when he listened to songs like “riders on the Storm”, From their album “La Woman”, “one of the best albums ever.”
Morrison’s music was heard under his grave on this memorial day, commemorating the artist’s death in a flat in the Le Marais district in Paris, where he went to leave his wine behind and try to breathe with him. had gone. Spirit Artistic City.