Tell me a story, sing me a song – A Monday Playlist

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This Week’s Monday Playlist is Inspired by this black and white photograph of a woman in a bath, and a man reading a book to her. The way she’s looking both at him, and away from him, says a million things – some known, and some impossible to know. From this picture, and the stories I find myself wondering about, came the first Song of this Playlist, and from there it grew into 30 Songs.

Enjoy all 30 of the Songs via Spotify or YouTube, or by Pressing Play on the YouTube Playlist at the end of this Post. And, here’s hoping this Playlist gets you not just through Monday, but the rest of the week, too.

Tell me a story, sing me a song – A Monday Playlist

“Enjoy the Silence” by Carla Bruni
“Cry Me a River” by Julie London
“Come Undone” by Mark Lanegan & Isobel Campbell
“Love Song” by Lucy Rose
“Sylvia Plath” by Ryan Adams
“Glory Box” by Portishead
“Above the Clouds of Pompeii” by Bear’s Den
“Teardrop” by Massive Attack
“Mad About You” by Hooverphonic
“Feeling Good” by Nina Simone
“Your Love is Killing Me” by Sharon Van Etten
“Wicked Game” by Chris Isaak
“The Blower’s Daughter” by Damien Rice
“All the Pretty Girls” by Kaleo
“The Sea” by Morcheeba
“Lay Myself Down” by Mazzy Star
“Love Street” by The Doors
“Daydream In Blue” (BBC 2 Radio Session) by I Monster
“Somewhere Along the Way” by Dawes
“No Ordinary Love” by Sade
“je t’aime moi non plus” by Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin
“Crystalised” by The XX
“Silhouette” by Julia Holter
“Cloud Riders” by Tori Amos
“Love Potion #9” by The White Stripes
“First” Return to Tackyland Version by The Cold War Kids
“Song to the Siren” by This Mortal Coil
“Dance Away” by Roxy Music
“Money Changes Everything” by Rogue Wave
“Ever Since New York” by Harry Styles

Tell me a story, sing me a song – A Monday Playlist

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