Song Lyric Tattoos Rule

While I was surfin’ around over at NeedlesandSins.com, I came across a really cool little link for some of the best song lyric tattoos that Flavorwire has ever seen. It’s a really great little feature, which includes some tattoos for songs by The Smiths, Michael Jackson, Bob Marley, and loads of other cool artists.

Song lyric and music tattoos are always cool, and they’re one of the few kinds of tattoos that I don’t mind strangers showing me! You can check out the link by clicking here– it’s a nice little time waster!

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Also, I would love to see your music related tattoos- feel free to post a comment below if you’d like to share! I think one of my favourite music related projects has to be Sharron Caudill’s Alkaline Trio project, which I covered back in 2011. You can click here to see that; and here’s a photo of her flash sheet:

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(C) Sharron Caudill

Another great project was the Misfits-inspired ‘We Are 138’, which included work by artists such as Dan Smith, Vinnie Battle and Eric Blair. Again, read about this here, and here’s a photo!

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We cover quite a lot of music-related posts here on Tattoosday UK, and I thought this would be a good excuse to show some of it off and remind you of some great work! If you ever want to check out posts only related to music and music-inspired work, you can follow a tag on the site here.

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4 Responses to “Song Lyric Tattoos Rule”
  1. kidkimura says:

    I could be wrong but that looks like a Mike Adams tattoo.

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