Staring into the abyss of another ever after

Don’t miss this week’s lyriquediscorde Weekly Playlist – Staring into the abyss of another ever after – featuring songs by The Cure, The Psychedelic Furs, Pete Yorn, Elliott Smith, Big Thief, PJ Harvey, and so much more. Available to listen on Spotify, YouTube, and Pandora.

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Sinéad O’Connor for Throwback Thursday

It’s the first Throwback Thursday of the year and to start us off we have Sinéad O’Connor’s “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, the fourth track on her 1990 album, I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got. This song and the entire album were favorites of mine in 1990, and to this day they still are…

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Love, loss, and the last of the late Summer nights

Love, loss, and the last of the late Summer nights – A Female Friday Playlist

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Top 5 Music Obsessions featuring Modern English

Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day featuring Modern English

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“Jackie” :: Sinead O’Connor :: SOTD

“Jackie” :: Sinead O’Connor
From the album, Lion & the Cobra (1987)

“And I’ve been waiting all this time,
for my man to come,
take his hand in mine,
and lead me away,
to unseen shores.”

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List your favorite album covers :: MusicListography

List your favorite album covers :: MusicListography

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Underneath the purple rain :: M5MO

My 5 Music Obsessions
Dedicated to Prince

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My Top 10 Duets :: Friday Music Theme

My Top 10 Duets :: Friday Music Theme

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I’ve been washing the sand with my salty tears

Jackie (live) :: Sinead O’Connor
originally from the album, The Lion & the Cobra (1987)

“And I’ve been waiting all this time,
for my man to come,
take his hand in mine,
and lead me away to unseen shores.”

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Friday Five :: Songs about hands

Eyes, mouths and hands have always been my favorite features in people. They are the things I notice first, the points of attraction, the parts of a body I am forever drawn to, and fascinated by. Eyes and mouths I feel have been written about often, the eyes being windows to the soul, the mouth being this point of connection, of communication, of sustenance, and on another Friday in another week I will dedicate this space to my praises, but for this week, today, I want to celebrate hands.

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