The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Sunday, 26 February 1989

Bruno


It’s 3.40pm.

 

‘Rocket’ – Def Leppard



 

Dear diary…

 

I could cry!

 

BRUNO BRUNO BRUNO BRUNO BRUNO!

 

Why?

 

The Fight was fantastic + I’m proud of Bruno.  He lasted longer than most, but Tyson’s the boss.  Still.  Shitty referee, tho’, I gotta say.  Bruno just didn’t get anything through, it was all defence.  But GOD!  Tyson’s trying to hold onto the WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, so don’t be surprised at his speed + savagery.  You don’t conserve your energy, Frank, you get out there, up front.  SO DO IT AGAIN SOON!

 

BUT WELL DONE, Frank.

 

Now go back + nack him.

 

Later:

4.30pm

 

‘Emma (live)’ – The Sisters of Mercy



 

I’m feeling very inspired by my new SISTERS OF MERCY book.  In fact, I’m glad about a few things.

 

Been listening to recordings of my song ‘Badlands’ again too.

 





 

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