It's the 2nd day of Women in Music in the '90s theme. So today's Song of the Day is Björk's 1995 hit, "It's Oh So Quiet". Did you know it was a cover? I didn't, until today.
"I Can't Be With You", my Favorite Song off of The Cranberries' 1994 Album No Need to Argue, is Today's Song of the Day. We miss you, Dolores
Burn :: The Cure from the album, The Crow: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1994) "So slide back down and close your eyes, sleep a while, you must be tired." My first car was this piece of crap red Honda, two doors, hatchback, manual transmission, bad radiator, temperamental tail lights, on its last legs, automotive love of my life. That last part, yeah, I meant it. She was that one car that I will never forget, and the one I truly loved. She represented freedom to me, and adventure. She held my secrets, she carried me and my dearest friends all over Southern California. She was there for me when I was at my happiest, and at my lowest moments.
Paper Bag :: Fiona Apple from the album, When the Pawn... (1999) "I said, 'Honey, I don't feel so good, don't feel justified come on put a little love here in my void,' he said 'It's all in your head,' and I said, 'So's everything' but he didn't get it."
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E-Bow the Letter :: R.E.M. from the album, New Adventures in Hi-Fi (1996) "I don't want to disappoint you, I'm not here to anoint you, I would lick your feet, but is that the sickest move? I wear my own crown and sadness and sorrow, and who'd have thought tomorrow could be so strange? My loss, and here we go again"
If I Could Talk I'd Tell You (1996) :: The Lemonheads "If I could talk I'd tell you, if I could smile I'd let you know, you are far and away, my most imaginary friend." Fucking love this song Friday
1979 :: The Smashing Pumpkins from the album, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness (1995) "And we don't know, just where our bones will rest, to dust I guess, forgotten and absorbed, into the earth below."
Barely Breathing (1996) :: Duncan Sheik "I believed in your confusion, so completely torn, must have been that yesterday, was the day that I was born."