The Joker's SongChaos builds within your soulAnd bursts out in your laughter.Hear the clock tick in your ear,And wonder what comes after,After flames and shrapnel fly,After structures failed you
What will there be left to sayWhen colors are shown true?And who are you now?Your shield has lost its whiteness!Where are you left,When panic falls to silence?And now, what a surprise
Now they see the Joker in your eyes!Play your cards, its you or them,Only one way to survive!Would you die a heros death,Or as the villain stay alive?Time to let the game begin,Sow a little chaos here!Let the dogs run off the chain,See how they react in fear!And who are you now?Your shield has lost its whiteness!Where are you left,When panic turns to silence?And now, what a surprise
Now they see the Joker in your eyes!Oh, what fun! A lively game,When you play it for your life!And, of course, the wild cardOrchestrates the central strife
Why so serious?
Bat Rogues React to TwilightScarecrow: Actually, the fact that teenage girls swarm to these books is not surprising. There's a distressing prevalence in society of the misconception that a romantic partner's jealousy and desire for control is directly proportional to the intensity of the jealous partner's affections. I think Harley could tell us otherwise
Harley Quinn: (sighs) Believe it or not, having a relationship that intense is not as glamorous as it sounds.Poison Ivy: THEY KILLED TREES TO PRINT THIS SEXIST GARBAGE!?!?Scarecrow (again): And the fact that older women sometimes enjoy them is also not surprising, considering the so-called plot seems to revolve around Meyer finding as many excuses as possible to get her attractive male love interests to the protagonist shirtless (or more) in harmless, non-sexual contexts that allow middle-aged mothers to drool without worrying about the chastity of their own teenaged daughters
Mad Hatter: Jacob imprints on a baby? I find that simply appalling.Pe