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hellyeahthewho:

The Who, Australia, 1968.

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cocokat:

Very boring up here. 

No crimes in Heaven, apparently.

SH

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Met an angel called Castiel.

Was looking for a human body.

SH

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Have I told you about the Winchesters?

SH

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I miss you and your complaining horribly

SH

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Met Einstein! Was appalled at how little I knew about space.

SH

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John, your mother and father say ‘hello’.

SH

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I wish I could talk to you

SH

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God won’t let me visit Hell. 

But I’m bored. There are bound to be murders there!

SH

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If you end up here anytime soon I may have to kill you

SH

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Still missing you horribly

SH

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Was told you got married. “Mary Morstran”.

A woman even I might admire. Good Job.

SH

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People keep finding me here. Say that I solved the crimes surrounding their deaths.

Keep thanking me.

Somewhat annoying.

SH

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Really, John? You named your son “Sherlock”?

Someone is getting too sentimental.

I’m touched.

SH

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Met Mycroft. I’m not surprised he’s here a bit early.

Still as annoying as ever.

I miss when you used to punch him for me.

SH

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You’ve become so good at writing.

I miss you.

SH

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There are so many things I should have said.

Down There.

SH

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Sorry

SH

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I miss you

SH

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I love you.

SH

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Won’t you hurry up?

SH

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Don’t come too quickly, though.

SH

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Met with Mummy.

She cried. I don’t understand it.

SH

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I love you

SH

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Being an old man doesn’t suit you. 

You’re done fighting, John.

Come home.

SH

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Stubborn to the last, my John.

SH

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I love you anyway.

SH

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"Welcome home."

rarezeppelin:

Led Zeppelin covers Chuck Berry’s Around & Around

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rarezeppelin:

August 26, 1970

Led Zeppelin is joined by an unknown female bassist to finish a concert in which John Paul Jones left due to his father’s illness.

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