And we’ll both go on to get lonely with someone else :: A Saturday Playlist
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No Room in Frame :: Death Cab For Cutie
Such Great Heights :: The Postal Service
Brooklyn Baby :: Lana Del Rey
One Way or Another :: Until The Ribbon Breaks
Stay :: Rihanna And Mikky Ekko
How Could You Babe? :: Tobias Jesso, Jr.
Fair Game :: Sia
St. Jude :: Florence And The Machine
I’m a Ruin :: Marina And The Diamonds
Above the Clouds of Pompeii :: Bear’s Den
Turn of the Century :: Pete Yorn
Wild Horses :: The Rolling Stones
Whispers :: Passenger
Sweet Disposition :: Temper Trap
Re: Stacks :: Bon Iver
Weight of Love :: The Black Keys
Got You (Where I Want You) :: The Flys
Half Moon :: Waxahatchee
Dreams :: The Kills
Come as You Are :: Nirvana
Under the Pressure :: The War On Drugs
Unmasked! :: The Mountain Goats
Challengers :: The New Pornographers
Quarterback :: Kopecky
The Wolf :: Mumford And Sons
No Way Out (Redux) :: Warpaint
Teenage Talk :: St. Vincent
Depreston :: Courtney Barnett
Perfect Day :: Lou Reed
Between the Bars :: Seth Avett And Jessica Lee Mayfield

4 thoughts on “And we’ll both go on to get lonely with someone else :: A Saturday Playlist

  1. I used to be so against that two songs by the same artist back to back…dunno why…foolish. I’ve been doing this so much recently it so works well. I probably, as you realized back then, took my mixes, a little, way to seriously. Anyway, check out the acoustic version of “Wild Horses” from the new remastered Sticky Fingers reissue, so good!

    1. Yes, you did, but if you remember, so did I. I had a no artist duplication rule for AGES, but I sometimes like it now. I still don’t do it often, but it works in this one to me.

      I love that acoustic Wild Horses version. I love the song so fucking much, and that version is gorgeous.

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