A Big Loan From the Girl Zone

“I need a big loan from the girl zone” has been in and out of my thoughts lately. The Tori Amos lyric, from her 1996 album Boys for Pele, has made it into the pages of my journal, and into other writings I’ve done lately. “Caught a Lite Sneeze”, and the Boys album as a whole, is a break-up album, so I suppose it all makes sense. The weight of everything feels too much to carry, yet I still keep moving, with or without that girl zone loan.

A Big Loan From the Girl Zone
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“Caught a Lite Sneeze” by Tori Amos
“Angry Johnny” by Poe
“Ain’t Killed Me Yet” by Adia Victoria
“No One’s Easy to Love” by Sharon Van Etten
“True Blue” by boygenius
“Blue” by Lucinda Williams
“He’s Fine” by The Secret Sisters
“No Easy Way Down” by Dusty Springfield
“South London Forever” by Florence + The Machine
“There She Goes Again” by King Princess
“Upside Down” by Paloma Faith
“Wet Dream” by Wet Leg
“Faking My Own Death” by Allison Ponthier
“Wave of Mutilation” by Kristin Hersh
“Smoke Signals” by Phoebe Bridgers
“I Would Die 4 U” by Holly Humberstone
“Night Shift” by Lucy Dacus
“Orlando” by Leith Ross
“Drive” by Aimee Mann
“That’s Where I Am” by Maggie Rogers
“Faded Like a Feeling” by Tegan and Sara
“How Can I Make It Okay?” by Wolf Alice
“Golden” by Zella Day
“American Teenager” by Ethel Cain
“Captive” by Allie Crow Buckley
“What’s Up?” by 4 Non Blondes
“Brass In Pocket” by Pretenders
“First Love/Late Spring” by Mitski
“ceilings” by Lizzy McAlpine
“Focus” by H.E.R.

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