5028a5f151eb418fbbb7da0ff883804eWishing stars and other such nonsense I try to believe in
A Saturday Playlist

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I Forget Where We Were :: Ben Howard
I Don’t Want to Change You :: Damien Rice
Close :: Pete Yorn
The Only Exception :: Paramore
Emmylou :: First Aid Kit
Let it Go :: James Bay
Wheels :: Lone Justice
Say Yes :: Elliott Smith
Daisy :: Ben Lee
Starlite Diner :: Ryan Adams
Never My Love :: The Association
Wild Horses (live) :: Alicia Keys & Adam Levine
The Ghost in You :: Robyn Hitchcock
California Stars :: Billy Bragg & Wilco
Songbird :: Rosie Thomas
If You Were Here :: Cary Brothers
Into My Arms :: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Into the Mystic :: Van Morrison
Lost Stars :: Keira Knightley
The Luckiest :: Ben Folds
Honey Don’t Think :: Grant Lee Buffalo
When You Sleep :: Mary Lambert
Crazy :: The Kills
You & Me :: You & Me
Undermine (acoustic) :: Charles Esten & Hayden Panettiere
Skyway :: The Replacements
Everything I’ve Got in My Pocket :: Minnie Driver
Bring it On Home to Me :: Sam Cooke
Sirens :: Pearl Jam
Ship Song :: Lissie
Angel Mine :: Cowboy Junkies

11 thoughts on “Wishing stars and other such nonsense I try to believe in :: A Saturday Playlist

      1. It might not be super October-y but is loooove bound by the seasons? (pretend I didn’t say that?) & besides it gets darker earlier now…and to me this playlist = nighttime & stars above. Just perfect.

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  1. Another fantastic playlist, and interesting enough they all have that melancholy love song connection to them. You know the kind you play when you are sitting on the fence and waiting for a full moon. The only song I would add is ” If I Fell” by the Beatles.


    1. I would have added If I Fell or Something if Spotify had The Beatles available – definitely.

      I was going for a melancholic love song feel, and yes, sitting outside looking for the moon, counting the stars, falling, or pining away, for love.


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