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  1. oh-em-gee! I found the perfect song, and Not written for a commercial, just about them. Steve Goodman - Vegematic! I can't believe what you can find on youtube! Steve singing it on the album... Fell asleep last night with the T-V on. Oh, what a dream I had. I dreamed I answered every single one of those late night mail order ads. And four to six weeks later, much to my surprise, The mailman came to my front door, and I couldn't believe my eyes When he brought the Vegematic, and the Pocket Fisherman too, Illuminated illustrated history of life, And Boxcar Willie with a Ginzu k
  2. Erykah Badu - Green Eyes F**k Was I - Jenny Owen Youngs "Skillet on the stove It's such a temptation Maybe I'll be the lucky one that doesn't get burnt What the f**k was I thinking?" Peace The F**k Out - Travis there are just too many to name
  3. One of my favorite songs! And MY eyes, too! Erykah Badu - Green Eyes It's very smoooooth and jazzy. Think Billie Holiday. and uh-oo, a curse word too, I guess I have to put it on that thread, too! "It don't have nothing to do with your new friend My eyes are green Cause I eat a lot of vegetables It don't have nothing to do with your new friend" http://www.last.fm/music/Erykah+Badu/_/Green+Eyes (better than the videos)
  4. funny coincidence! Just noticed this thread and before I could look for music....next in my random itunes shuffle was, Handsome Johnny, sung by Richie Havens at Woodstock, first time I've had a chance to listen to my new track. Excellent song Two songs that get me every time are Wooden Ships - Crosby stills Nash & Young, and James Blunt- No Bravery. He wrote that amazing song just after getting back from Kosovo. Well, maybe it's more about war than soldiers. Also: On Up The Mountain - Jakob Dylan War Is Kind - Jakob Dylan Time To Go Home - Michael Franti & Spearhead
  5. ohhh Norway is it? Sorry, I added more while you were posting.
  6. Yes, it's possible they are not talking about themselves, but if you listen to the video, or any of their music, it seems likely, esp since he talks about the "boy in the mirror". Of course, it's open to interpretation, so I guess it's off the list. Well. I tried. They are Danish, by the way. I hope you all listen, it's beautiful. ----------- Here's another maybe... what about mentioning songs by other artists? Does that count? Regina Spektor -On the Radio "while we were on our knees praying that disease would leave the ones we love and never come again and on the radi
  7. The guitar and violins are beautiful in this one, although it's not as clear on the video. Such a beautiful and brilliant song... The Weight of My Words - Kings of Convenience Could also be considered "easy listening". Very very easy.
  8. I have to mention this song I'm listening to, even though it doesn't QUITE fit. This singing duo with beautiful soft voices refer to THEMSELVES in their own song, without being obvious. It's a gorgeous song. If you like Simon and Garfunkel, you might like this. Homesick- Kings of Convenience "I'll lose some sales and my boss won't be happy but I can't stop listening to the sound of two soft voices blended in perfection from the reels of this record that I found every day there's a boy in the mirror asking me what are you doing here finding all my previous motives growing incr
  9. I found 3 more: what do you think of this one? I'm not sure...it refers to "this one" as the song. Comes And Goes (In Waves)-Greg Laswell This one's for the lonely The one's that seek and find Only to be let down Time after time This one's for the torn down The experts at the fall Come on friends get up now You're not alone at all And this part was for her And this part was for her This part was for her Does she remember? It comes and goes and waves I... This one's for the faithless The ones that are surprised They're only where they are now Regardless of their
  10. *mumblemumblemouthfulofcake* happy birthday, I'll have seconds!
  11. love the picture, uncle joe weather atm is in the upper teen's with flurries, but my brain is trying to convince me it's worse than that.
  12. Woo-hoo! it's a party! :happybanana: :happybanana: :happybanana: oh right and happy birthday, too
  13. Lady by Regina Spektor is all about Billie Holiday and refers to some of her songs. She even sings like her in the song. She doesn't actually mention her by name though. I know I have another song by Regina like that and I'll find it later. "lady sing the blues so well as if she mean it as if it's hell down here in the smoke filled world where the jokes are cold, they don't laugh at jokes they laugh at tragedies"
  14. The widgets are fantastic! I just listened to a song unavailable on another popular music stream site, and I get to learn about the song, instead of just reading spam, like, "over-rated" "no-under-rated!" where do I post broken links, etc? widget outa whack: http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=8266
  15. my mother is now older than most of her friends, and she gets that look in her eye, when yet another friend/relative of her generation becomes gravely ill, or dies. Thinking about what she must be going through, reminds me to take the time each day to pay attention to people and things I could be grateful for but have forgotten in that moment, and to look more to the future to create what I need. I have a lot to heal in order to get there, some days are rough for me also. Music is one of the ways I try to cope, I have giant playlists around it, that's why I chose this name. here, take
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