Every now and then a song is just perfect, and it slaps you in the face. A Better Son / Daughter by Rilo Kiley is that song today. These lyrics … Damn.
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Did you know that you can store a song’s lyrics inside iTunes? Simply right-click on any song and choose Get Info. Then switch to the Lyrics tab and paste the lyrics there. Now when you play that track on your iPhone or iPod touch, the lyrics will be displayed right on the screen.
“The last time we made love / She called out His name” – Hayes Carll, She Left Me for Jesus “Pardon us, son, she ain’t no kid / That’s a cocktail waitress in a Dolly Parton wig” – Confederate Railroad, Trashy Women “While she’s livin’ like a queen on alimony / I’m workin’ two shifts… Read more »
I am a big fan of Bloodhound Gang. They had two big radio hits — “Fire Water Burn” (1996) and “The Bad Touch” (2000) — so I guess it’s not fair to call them one-hit wonders, but generally they’re not exactly “pop” music. Most of their songs are painfully sophomoric — “The Ballad of Chasey… Read more »
Rap Lyrics Explained With Charts and Graphs source: Randy
If I knew where it was I would take you there.
Tricia and I went to see The Cure on Sunday night at The Shrine. We had dinner at The Foundry on Melrose first and got to the show at nine, about an hour late but just in time to catch most of our favorite songs. Just Like Heaven was first, which was the song I… Read more »
I have been a major Tom Petty fan for years and years. I have — I think — every CD he’s recorded. I know all the words to every song. I’ve seen him live almost a dozen times. I am absolutely astonished that it took me fifteen years to catch that “Mary Jane’s Last Dance”… Read more »
One of my favorite songs is “Radio”, by Alkaline Trio. (mp3, lyrics) My sister got me to start listening to this group a few years ago and I’ve since collected everything they’ve recorded. What’s really funny is that for the longest time I thought it was a beautiful love song. Part of the chorus is… Read more »
Again I’ll say it: Best line ever in any rock n’ roll song: And dropping a barbell He points to the sky, saying “The sun’s not yellow. it’s chicken.”