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The Letter C :: Friday Five

The Letter C :: Friday Five

Let’s get alphabetical for this Friday Music Friday Five. What are your favorite songs, albums, artists and bands that start with the letter C? Can you name a few of them without looking? Can you close your eyes and alphabetize your favorite Music, pulling out the C’s you love the most?

Cocteau Twins, Music, Friday Five, The Letter C

The Letter C :: Friday Five

Leonard Cohen, Music, The Letter C, Friday Five

Songs:

1. “Crucify” :: Tori Amos

“You’re just an empty cage girl,
if you kill the bird.”

2. “Come Pick Me Up” :: Ryan Adams

“I wish you would come pick me up,
take me out,
fuck me up,
steal my records,
screw all my friends.”

3. “Cherry-coloured Funk” :: Cocteau Twins

“Still we can find our love down from behind.”

4. “Crystal Village” :: Pete Yorn

“You were there,
and it was good in the beginning.”

5. “Cosmic Dancer” :: T-Rex

“I danced myself out of the womb.
Is it strange to dance so soon?
I danced myself into the tomb,
but when again once more.”

Singers:

1. Sam Cooke

Sam Cooke, The Letter C, Friday Five

“Bring it on Home to Me”

2. Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen, Music, Friday Five, The Letter C

“Chelsea Hotel #2” (live)

3. Chrissie Hynde

Chrissie Hynde, Music, Friday Five, The Letter C

“Back on the Chain Gang”

4. Nick Cave

Nick Cave, Music, Friday Five, The Letter C

“The Ship Song” (live)

5. Chan Marshall (Cat Power)

Chan Marshall, Cat Power. Music, Friday Five, The Letter C

“Cross Bones Style”

Bands:

1. Cocteau Twins

Cocteau Twins, Music, Friday Five, The Letter C

“Lorelai”

2. Concrete Blonde

Concrete Blonde, Friday Five, Music, The Letter C

“God is a Bullet”

3. The Cure

The Cure, Music, Friday Five, The Letter C

“A Forest” (live)

4. The Church

The Church, Music, Friday Five, The Letter C

“Metropolis”

5. The Chemical Brothers

The Chemical Brothers, Music, Friday Five, The Letter C

“Galvanize”

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lyriquediscorde

Los Angeles writer, dreamer and gypsy soul who harbors an obsessive love of music and lyrics, and writes about them with passion and insight, as well as sometimes waxing poetic on books, films and travel.

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