The Upstairs Room

Here’s what I believe will be the last clue in the little riddle that I’ve been running through the last week: A frozen rivera beautiful girl, a dogthe last standing wall of the temple in Jerusalem & this loft?

The Upstairs Room

The Upstairs Room

Face over at has basically cracked the code already 🙂

14 thoughts on “The Upstairs Room

    • No, but I just remembered that there was a song in the 80’s that was called something like Dragon’s Den. It was by some japanese guy that made music for computer games. I’ll have to look into it, thanks 🙂

  1. I love it all
    These games we play
    I close my eyes
    You run away
    I’m sure I asked you to stay
    But now you’re gone
    And so I feel the grey
    Pulse in my head
    I turn off the lights and crawl into bed
    I try to think of sunshine
    But my body goes wet
    With the first crash of thunder

    I don’t think I can know
    Anyone but you dear
    That’s for sure

    When it gets to four
    It’s my turn to go
    Oh the kiss
    So alcoholic and slow
    Arranging me for Saturday
    I thought you would know
    That I always sleep

    I don’t think I can know
    Anyone but you
    That’s for sure

    The upstairs room is cool and bright
    We can go up there in summer
    And dance all night

    Your sister started talking at a minute after ten
    So everyone jumped up
    And then fell over again
    In April you can join them
    And stare at me

    The Cure.

  2. Haha! Thanks for that generous mention, but the problem is that even though I get The Cure connection, I can’t seem to figure out the puzzle!

    All the posts are essentially songs by the band. (Oh, and thanks! I’ve listened to The Cure enough, but now I’m downloading the entire discography. I realised I loved them enough. If it interests you, it’s only the fourth such band. I’m not one to download entire discographies.) But what exactly is the puzzle, and consequently, what’s the answer? 🙂

    • That’s it: The Cure is the connection & the Cure is the answer. The titles of the posts are all taken from songs by The Cure.
      Glad to hear that you’ve downloaded the full discography. I just recently did the same thing myself, and there’s not many bands that are interesting enough for a full discography.

      • Word.

        Finally my extreme youtubing and downloading has been put to some use. This feels like such a win! Clearly, it doesn’t take much to get me excited 😛

  3. What a spiffing photo!!! You’ve made me take out my music hard drive again and go through the Cure discography I have there 😀

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