Comptine D'un Autre Été: L'après Midi - Yann Tiersen

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21.10.2014 / 9:32 / 489 / VIA & ORGREBLOG
Basket Case - Green Day

Do you have the time to listen to me whine about nothing and everything all at once? I am one of those melodramatic fools, neurotic to the bone, no doubt about it

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19.10.2014 / 12:05 / 2390 / VIA & ORGREBLOG
The Girl - Emma Taylor


i just cried over that hey there delilah cover and i’m feelin pretty EMOTIONALLY FRAGILE so here is my favorite “a man wrote this and a woman covered it and now it’s better” song. i found it on youtube, like bless the internet. bless that i can think “i like this song but i would like it more if a woman sang it” and i can go online and usually, maybe, if i am very very lucky, i can find that exact thing. what a wonderful world. 

13.10.2014 / 22:02 / 17 / VIA & ORGREBLOG
Misery - Green Day

The emptiness will fill your soul with sorrow
Because it’s not what you make, it’s what you leave

13.10.2014 / 20:36 / 512 / VIA & / REBLOG

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11.10.2014 / 15:04 / 28109 / VIA & ORGREBLOG
Hold You in My Arms - Ray LaMontagne

Hold You in My Arms by Ray LaMontagne

(Source: musical-blog)

05.10.2014 / 12:26 / 541 / VIA & ORGREBLOG
Kill Your Sons - Lou Reed


In 1956, Reed, who was bisexual and still a teenager, received electroconvulsive therapy, which was intended to cure his bisexuality; he wrote about the experience in his 1974 song, “Kill Your Sons”. In an interview, Reed said of the experience:

"They put the thing down your throat so you don’t swallow your tongue, and they put electrodes on your head. That’s what was recommended in Rockland State Hospital to discourage homosexual feelings. The effect is that you lose your memory and become a vegetable. You can’t read a book because you get to page 17 and have to go right back to page one again." Lou Reed quoted in Please Kill Me (1996)


03.10.2014 / 12:53 / 403 / VIA & / REBLOG
If Only - Fiction Plane

“If only, if only,” the woodpecker sighs,
“The bark on the trees was as soft as the skies,”
As the wolf waits below, hungry and lonely
He cries to the moon, “If only, if only.”

03.10.2014 / 12:47 / 283 / VIA & / REBLOG
Love Like That - The Heavy

The Heavy - Love Like That

02.10.2014 / 23:28 / 18 / VIA & / REBLOG