Paris Is Burning (4:20)

Cover of Marry Me

From Marry Me and 1 other release

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  • sumidiotdude

    a jam

    30 Aug 2:47pm Reply
  • HayleighRayment

    So don't take me to Paris because there is an iron setting it alight it's the fuse in the plug and uuuia is in the fire engine cleaning the fire away!

    1 Jul 9:03pm Reply
  • XDRory

    Where has this been

    6 Feb 8:55pm Reply
  • noideaasusualxD

    I think this song is mostly inspired by the movie tho

    7 Dec 2013 Reply
  • FIL1994

    I was about to give up on this album, till I heard this song.

    23 Nov 2013 Reply
  • SamaelCrush

    at the end it's like little devils dancing on the ashes of paris.. crrrreeeepy

    24 May 2013 Reply
  • philliebird

    just astounding. need to listen to more of her, certainly.

    12 Mar 2013 Reply
  • alomaxx

    Dance fair Paaaaaaaris, ashes noooooooooooow.

    22 Nov 2012 Reply
  • tahbyfet

    Gurl, it's St. Vincent, of course it's brilliant nonetheless

    29 Oct 2012 Reply
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    23 Oct 2012 Reply
  • franty

    To say a St. Vincent song is overproced is to admit you don't know what overproduced means. An overproduced song is a song produced in a way so it sounds clean, easy to listen to, commercially acceptable. Want to listen to a overproduced song, go check Rihanna. The album version is amazing, to say it is overproduced is the same as saying Bowie's Berlin era albums were overproduced by Brian Eno. They were not. It's just another (very important) aspect to those artists' music. If St. Vincent's albums were acoustic, stripped of the layers upon layers of sounds that they feature, her music wouldn't be the same, she wouldn't be as widely recognized and wouldn't be were she stands now as an artist. IMO, obviously.

    24 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Grimmoire

    Fuck your "hurr durr over-produced" shit.

    19 Apr 2012 Reply
  • monster_mash1

    I always think second world war too, not french revolution. But hey.....

    22 Feb 2012 Reply
  • flushlakeerie

    I couldn't agree more, tahbyfet. She doesn't need much to sound brilliant.

    10 Jan 2012 Reply
  • tahbyfet

    The studio version is over-produced, the acoustic version blows away most other St. Vincent songs.

    26 Dec 2011 Reply
  • OdysseusAtSea

    "Sticks and stones have made me smarter, it's words that cut me under my armor..." [2]

    27 Sep 2010 Reply
  • jussslic

    @Joshuac220 - You know, its funny... I always impulsively associated it with the French Revolution as well without really thinking about it. The point about telegrams is a good one though. Its a mesmerizing song no matter how you look at it.

    2 Aug 2010 Reply
  • cornnugget

    This song is so fucking beautiful...and bewitching too...and I guess maddening! :D

    17 Jul 2010 Reply
  • Ziminek

    wspaniała piosenka

    13 Mar 2010 Reply
  • RitaHouari

    Amazing !

    27 Feb 2010 Reply
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