Alex Baker - Instantaneous Mechanical Destruction
The Parlour Trick
A Blessed Unrest
Can also be heard here: Springtime on a dead planet
Do You Believe - Deftones (originally by The Cardigans)
One of my most favourite covers of all time.
Bebe Black – Deathwish
Having spent your entire life
Exactly where you are tonight
In the valley between intent and deed
You must have mastered this
The fragile art of a good excuse
The little things that get you to believe
that get you to believe
So listen, I’m not trying to prove anything at all here
But don’t you think that maybe, this time, you were wrong?
You’ve spent your entire life
Quick-tounged, and always right
Hasn’t being right just let you down?
Right just left you down
So listen, I’m not trying to say anything at all here
There isn’t much left anyway that hasn’t been said
But don’t you think that possibly, this time, its different?
Don’t you think that maybe, this time, you were wrong?
- ‘Fall At Your Feet’ (Crowded House cover) by Boy and Bear
…and here’s another. I don’t think I can emotionally handle any more music like this. I may give myself some form of heart attack.
- ‘The Wanderer’ by Johnny Cash.
So much love for this song.
They say they want the Kingdom, but they don’t want God in it.
Pure genius. Dubstep remixes of some famous Disney songs.
Nothing’s going to peel the paint
Nothing’s going to save your health
This song’s about nothing
‘Cause nothing’s going to love you back
And nothing’s going to pay your rent…
Nothing’s waiting on you in the end
Nothing’s going to fix your life
Nothing’s what you get when you’re hungry
- ‘Nothing Pt. 2’ by Sole & The Skyrider Band
I <3 this song hardcore.
‘Pumped Up Kicks’ by Foster The People.
Day 07 – A song that reminds you of a certain event
It’s The End of The World As We Know It - REM
Reminds me of dancing like a loon at Sacrilege and shouting the words.
- ‘Not A Pretty Girl’ by Ani DiFranco
and imagine you’re a girl
just trying to finally come clean
knowing full well they’d prefer you
were dirty and smiling
- ‘Wish It Were Me’ by The Platters.