Just don’t ask me how I am :: VOTD

Luka :: Suzanne Vega from the album, Solitude Standing Luka was the first single released off the 1987 album, Solitude Standing, from singer-songwriter, Suzanne Vega. This song is about child abuse. It tells the story of a frightened boy who is forbidden to talk about what he’s going on in his life in the apartment upstairs.…

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I suddenly remember each time we’ve met :: SOTD

Keep Art Alive :: “Eve” :: Art by Jolene Lai “And she says ‘I’ve come to set a twisted thing straight’ And she says ‘I’ve come to lighten this dark heart’ And she takes my wrist, I feel her imprint of fear And I say ‘I’ve never thought of finding you here’” Hours passed into…

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It was only a kiss :: Under the Covers

Mr. Brightside (live) :: Frank Turner I read somewhere recently that Mr. Brightside was one of those songs that you will turn on someday, way off in the future someday, and it will be one of those songs that you always turn up, always sing-a-long to, and always think “what a great song”. Does that…

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My Top 300 Movies :: 146-150

146. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang If I had my way there would be a Los Angeles based noir style detective series spun from Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, with Val Kimer, Robert Downey, Jr. and Michelle Monaghan reprising their roles, and yes, they would be the three detectives. I would watch Gay Perry, Harry and Harmony solve…

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Let’s all join the masquerade :: A Saturday Playlist

Let’s all join the masquerade :: A Saturday Playlist (March – All Playlists = 31 Songs) Listen here on Spotify Still Life :: The Horrors Madness :: Muse Sing :: Travis Love Interruption :: Jack White Aurora :: Veruca Salt Wanderlust :: Frank Turner Brilliant Disguise :: Bruce Springsteen Part of the Process :: Morcheeba…

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Some things only she knows :: SOTD

Keep Art Alive :: Art by Derek Gores “I don’t believe I went too far, I said I was willing. She said she knew what my books did not; I thought she knew what’s up.” “How did you know Laney?” Rae had been asked it so many times in the last five days that she…

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Now it’s your turn to cry :: VOTD

Cry Me a River :: Justin Timberlake from the album, Justified Cry Me a River is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake for his debut studio album, Justified (2002). It was written by Timberlake and Scott Storch with producer Timbaland, and has been said to have been inspired by Timberlake’s former relationship with pop singer Britney Spears. In an interview for MTV News, Timberlake…

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Cos all of the stars are fading away :: VOTD

Stop Crying Your Heart Out :: Oasis from the album, Heathen Chemistry Stop Crying Your Heart Out is off of Oasis’ 5th studio album, Heathen Chemistry (2002). The song was written by Noel Gallagher and was produced by Oasis. Noel and his brother Liam Gallagher are the lead vocalists on the track. The power ballad was heavily compared to the band’s previous single Slide…

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This is my four-leaf clover :: VOTD

Head Over Heels :: Tears For Fears from the album, Songs from the Big Chair Head Over Heels was Tears For Fears’ 10th single release in the United Kingdom taken from their 2nd LP, Songs from the Big Chair, and their 8th Top 40 hit, peaking at # 12 in July of 1985. In the…

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Only you can cool my desire :: SOTD

Keep Art Alive :: “Wormwood” :: Art by Sylvia Ji “Some times it’s like someone took a knife, baby, edgy and dull,  and cut a six-inch valley through the middle of my soul.” Razor’s Edge of Night (by me) How many nights have I relived those nights, the lights, the darks, the corner half-hallway just…

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