Admirers from various countries of the world came this Saturday to the grave of the musician and poet Jim Morrison, in the Parisian cemetery of Père Lachaise, to pay tribute to this myth and reference of rock, who died 50 years ago.
The fences that surround the grave to protect the privacy of the place and prevent people from getting too close were witness throughout the morning of the arrival of hundreds of followers, some of them wearing shirts of the artist and his group, The Doors. This was reported by EFE.
“We have come to experience this event, we have not come to see Paris; we have come to celebrate the 50th anniversary with Jim Morrison, our idol ”, explained Mamen Langa and Carlos Sánchez, who traveled from Barcelona by car for the occasion.
Both recognized that this "dream" they had planned to do for quite some time, also for the 25th anniversary of his death, since from a very young age they began to "enchant" Morrison. But it has not been until five decades have passed when they have decided to definitely comply with it.
The song “LA Woman”, which was dedicated to her partner, Pamela Courson, is one of those that Langa highlighted, although she admitted that they all have something special because of the messages they transmitted at that time.
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