Forever conversations start with “tell me what you’re afraid of” – A Monday Playlist

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This Week’s Monday Playlist was inspired first by a Thurston Moore Song that I heard in the early hours of morning, and second, by the “featured image” of Jane Fonda and the tentative look in her eyes, and thirdly, from a bit of dialogue from my favorite book, God-Shaped Hole that says:

“Tell me what you’re afraid of,” Jacob said.

Shit, I thought, this could take all day. My life was ruled by my fears.

From those thoughts and images and dialogue, a Playlist began, and the rest is below in 30 Songs all curated for your Monday Music pleasure.

Listen here on Spotify or YouTube, or by Pressing Play on the YouTube Playlist at the end of this post.

Forever conversations start with “tell me what you’re afraid of” – A Monday Playlist

“Halah” by Mazzy Star
“Go Your Own Way” by Lissie
“Benediction” by Thurston Moore
“Honey Don’t Think” by Grant Lee Buffalo
“The Weary Kind” by Ryan Bingham
“Baby Don’t You Want Me” by Lucero
“Signal Fire” by Snow Patrol
“When I Still Have Thee” by Teenage Fanclub
“Skyway” by The Replacements
“Rhiannon” by Fleetwood Mac
“Daniel” by Bat For Lashes
“Statuette” by Emily Haines
“Magnetized” by Garbage
“Jesus Said So” by July Talk
“Medicine” by Daugther
“Miss Misery (Early Version)” by Elliott Smith
“Fearless” by Pink Floyd
“(See the Sky) About to Rain” by The Byrds
“Disappear” by Parker Millsap
“Nothing, Not Nearly” by Laura Marling
“Million Dollar Bill” by Dawes
“Make You Feel My Love” by Bob Dylan
“You’re Breaking My Heart” by Juliana Hatfield
“Look at Miss Ohio” by The Band Of Heathens
“Brain Damage” by Blake Babies
“You’re a Mess” by Falling Joys
“What If You” by Joshua Radin
“Between the Bars” by Tanya Donelly
“Lost in the Supermarket” by The Clash
“Guns of Brixton” by Nouvelle Vague

Forever conversations start with “tell me what you’re afraid of” – A Monday Playlist

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