dancing on my own // carousel [robyn cover]
This song and I have some issues. Namely, it pops into my head on a regular basis and refuses to leave.
So I bought my ticket to go see Bloc Party. I am excited.
BUT LOOK WHO ELSE IS PLAYING IN THE NEAR FUTURE:
Why does it cost $46 to go see The xx? I like them a lot, but that is at least one and half trips to Trader Joe’s.
"Far Gone" by Portage
This song (and Portage in general) has been playing quite a bit lately.
I miss people and stuff.
I am sorry, Andrew Bird. I did not realize that you were not only incredibly talented, but also very attractive.
01: “Old Haunts” by The Gaslight Anthem
02: “She’s Got You High” by Mumm-Ra
03: “Alive With the Glory of Love” by Say Anything
04: “Chinese” by Lily Allen
05: “Islands” by The xx
06: “Here’s Looking At You, Kid” by The Gaslight Anthem
07: “Dreaming With a Broken Heart” by John Mayer
08: “I Woke Up Near the Sea” by Lydia
09: “Ruthless” by Something Corporate
10: “Ashes and Wine” by A Fine Frenzy
11: “Soon We’ll Be Found” by Sia
12: “House of Cards” by Radiohead
13: “Rust” by Telekinesis!
14: “Edge of Desire” by John Mayer
15: “Such Great Heights” by Iron & Wine
16: “Even Now (acoustic)” by Dashboard Confessional
17: “I’ll Catch You” by the Get Up Kids
18: “Nineteen” by Tegan and Sara
19: “Fake Empire” by The National
20: “Your Protector” by Fleet Foxes
21: “Winter Winds” by Mumford & Sons
22: “Haven’t Met You Yet” by Michael Bublé
For once in my life, I have someone to spend the holiday with.
While this is fantastic, I am much more familiar with the other side. The side of shuffling past the couples on the street and eating Valentine’s chocolates at home by yourself, hoping that your friends will want to do something that night.
No, this isn’t a list of sugared up love songs. These are some songs about love—the optimism, the bitterness, the smiles, awkward hugs, the determination to makes things work out, the laughter, the heartbreak, the longing, all of it.
So this is for you, my Valentines, whether you are celebrating it by yourself or with someone you care about. Keep your chins up, kids.