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Florence & The Machine, I’m Not Calling You A Liar.
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Florence & The Machine, I’m Not Calling You A Liar.

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yoo-ris asked:
sorry for submitting too much. just choose which you think are best... it's really good to see a blog like this. keep 'em coming :)

no problem! it gives me variety :) 

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Absolutely love your blog! xx

thanks! since it’s just starting out, please do tell your followers about it! it will be greatly appreciated! 

Radiohead, Talk Show Host.
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Radiohead, Talk Show Host.

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Leonard Cohen, Jeff Buckley, Hallelujah.
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This song is about love which has soured and gone stale. 

Leonard Cohen, Jeff Buckley, Hallelujah.

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This song is about love which has soured and gone stale. 

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Radiohead, Creep.
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About the song: In the words of Thom Yorke “This song is about being in love with someone, but not feeling good enough. He describes the feeling as, “There’s the beautiful people and then there’s the rest of us.”

Radiohead, Creep.

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About the song: In the words of Thom Yorke “This song is about being in love with someone, but not feeling good enough. He describes the feeling as, “There’s the beautiful people and then there’s the rest of us.”

Radiohead, Creep.
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About the song: In the words of Thom Yorke “This song is about being in love with someone, but not feeling good enough. He describes the feeling as, “There’s the beautiful people and then there’s the rest of us.”

Radiohead, Creep.

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About the song: In the words of Thom Yorke “This song is about being in love with someone, but not feeling good enough. He describes the feeling as, “There’s the beautiful people and then there’s the rest of us.”

Paolo Nutini, Candy.
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Paolo Nutini, Candy.

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Natasha Bedingfield, Unwritten.
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About the song: Natasha Bedingfield told Seventeen magazine that this song is about “just not worrying.” She explained: “I really started to have dreams for myself when I was 17, but I was always afraid people were going to laugh at me. I finally just said, ‘Alright. I’m going to write songs, even if they’re bad. I’m just going to keep writing until I get good.’”

Natasha Bedingfield, Unwritten.

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About the song: Natasha Bedingfield told Seventeen magazine that this song is about “just not worrying.” She explained: “I really started to have dreams for myself when I was 17, but I was always afraid people were going to laugh at me. I finally just said, ‘Alright. I’m going to write songs, even if they’re bad. I’m just going to keep writing until I get good.’”

Natasha Bedingfield, Unwritten.
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About the song: Natasha Bedingfield told Seventeen magazine that this song is about “just not worrying.” She explained: “I really started to have dreams for myself when I was 17, but I was always afraid people were going to laugh at me. I finally just said, ‘Alright. I’m going to write songs, even if they’re bad. I’m just going to keep writing until I get good.’”

Natasha Bedingfield, Unwritten.

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About the song: Natasha Bedingfield told Seventeen magazine that this song is about “just not worrying.” She explained: “I really started to have dreams for myself when I was 17, but I was always afraid people were going to laugh at me. I finally just said, ‘Alright. I’m going to write songs, even if they’re bad. I’m just going to keep writing until I get good.’”

Florence & The Machine, Howl.
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About the song: Florence Welch, "I was in a really intense emotional state for this one! I’d been so drunk and so badly behaved that I felt like a beast, I felt feral. I turned up to the studio wearing the same clothes from the night before and I was an emotional wreck. I was thinking about the extremes you go to when you’re in love, the way it takes over, and how that then turns into wanting to rip and tear. Young love starts off so instant, but then you make mistakes, and it becomes sordid, sometimes. And dangerous. Then while we were in the studio, I got so over-involved with the idea of werewolves! I took this idea and ran with it, and all the ideas just came from Gothic horror: werewolves and wedding dresses, and licking beating hearts. It was cool, because it got me out of my bad place, and into a creative place. When I was singing the refrain and doing the piano part, I suddenly realised, ‘At least something’s come out of this.’ It’s a release, for me." 

Florence & The Machine, Howl.

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About the song: Florence Welch"I was in a really intense emotional state for this one! I’d been so drunk and so badly behaved that I felt like a beast, I felt feral. I turned up to the studio wearing the same clothes from the night before and I was an emotional wreck. I was thinking about the extremes you go to when you’re in love, the way it takes over, and how that then turns into wanting to rip and tear. Young love starts off so instant, but then you make mistakes, and it becomes sordid, sometimes. And dangerous. Then while we were in the studio, I got so over-involved with the idea of werewolves! I took this idea and ran with it, and all the ideas just came from Gothic horror: werewolves and wedding dresses, and licking beating hearts. It was cool, because it got me out of my bad place, and into a creative place. When I was singing the refrain and doing the piano part, I suddenly realised, ‘At least something’s come out of this.’ It’s a release, for me." 

Radiohead, Creep.
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About the song: In the words of Thom Yorke "This song is about being in love with someone, but not feeling good enough. He describes the feeling as, "There’s the beautiful people and then there’s the rest of us."

Radiohead, Creep.

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About the song: In the words of Thom Yorke "This song is about being in love with someone, but not feeling good enough. He describes the feeling as, "There’s the beautiful people and then there’s the rest of us."

Radiohead, House Of Cards.
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Radiohead, House Of Cards.

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Submitted by: artschoolmo


Radiohead, Talk Show Host.
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Radiohead, Talk Show Host.

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