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  • Tori Amos Alphabet

    16 Mar 2008, 16:19 by dodoriazarbon

    Here's my Tori Amos alphabet, where I choose the song I like most (currently) from each letter.

    A - Another Girl's Paradise

    B- Bells for Her

    C- Crucify (Honourable mention to Carnival)

    D- Datura (honourable mention to Dragon)

    E- Enjoy the Silence

    F- Flying Dutchman

    G- Glory of the 80's

    H- Beauty Queen/Horses

    I-I Can't See New York

    J- Jackie's Strength

    K- Killing Me Softly (Live)

    L- Lust

    M- Mrs. Jesus

    N- Northern Lad (Honourable mention to New Age)

    O- Only Women Bleed (As it's a cover, in terms of original material, i'll go Ode To The Banana King pt.1 )

    P- Putting The Damage On (Reconditioned Version)

    Q-

    R- Riot Poof

    S- Seaside

    T- Twinkle (Honourable mention to Taxi Ride)

    U- Upside Down

    V- Virginia

    W- Witness

    X-

    Y- You Can Bring Your Dog (Honourable mention to Yes, Anastasia)

    Z- Zero Point

    123 -1,000 Oceans (Honorable mention to '97 Bonnie & Clyde
  • Thanks Rocktzar!

    13 Sep 2007, 20:11 by Kalliopw

    Rocktzar

    My iPod on shuffle


    1. What's my mood like right now?
    Cigarettes
    Comment: Wau, very accurate, since I'm all out of cigs and need one. But as far as the lyrics - no.

    2. How's tomorrow going to be for me?
    Drink and Fight
    Comment: Haha! Tomorrow's friday, so who knows? It could be ;D haha. Well, not really the fighting. But sure drinking xD

    3. What kind of person am I?
    Run
    Comment: According to this Im the sort of person who takes no time to sign the dotted line, just takes the money and run. Hmm. I'd say I cant relate.

    4. Am I loved?
    When You Are Gone
    Comment: I'd say! "When you go you don't know how it is for me. When you are gone you don't know how I try to see. You're sending your love into direction of my heart. When you are gone you don't know how I've come apart."

    5. How can I achieve my highest potential?
    Operate
    Comment: Wow, literally: I should become a doctor? o: or according to people on songmeaning. …
  • Friday Random Ten (Rainy Day edition)

    29 Jun 2007, 19:09 by lauramich

    Or, the "I'm Not Really a Lesbian, But You Wouldn't Know It From My Music Choices" edition:

    1. Go, Indigo Girls

    This song rocks. My IG listening has waned in recent years, but I still really like most of the Amy Ray songs.

    2. Get Out The Map, Indigo Girls

    ...as opposed to the Emily Saliers songs, most of which (dare I admit it) kind of bore me lately.

    3. Keep On Growing, Sheryl Crow

    Ahh, the Boys on the Side soundtrack. I listened to this a lot during the summer of 1995, when I did a study-abroad in Spain. (I even saw this movie still in a local theatre, I think in Madrid—Solo Ellas.)

    4. Malibu, Hole

    Probably my favorite Hole song.

    5. Amber Waves, Tori Amos

    One of my favorite Tori songs when I first started getting into Tori last summer. It's since been supplanted by others, but I still really like it.

    6. Goodbye Caroline, Aimee Mann

    Since I've been using "Random Play" more in iTunes lately, I've "discovered" some songs that I hadn't listened to enough before. …
  • Lieblingslieder

    20 Jul 2006, 13:05 by fireicicle

  • Tori Amos, religion, and me.

    1 Feb 2006, 20:59 by Passioneer

    I would not call myself a religious person. Most of the time, I have trouble convincing myself that there is a God, but then again there are times when I do believe that. Most of the time, it ends up being the first situation, though. I think I feel this way because my father really tries to push religion on my sister and I and thinks that we should have the exact same views as him without ever really explaining further. Don't get me wrong, I love my dad, but I just don't agree with most of his views on religion and society. I used to go to church every Sunday when I was younger. I even used to belong to a youth group at our church. But a few years ago, I stopped going every single week, then I only went on holidays, and now I really never go. Partly, this is because our church is full of elderly folks and there's not really anyone to connect with there. Another reason is that they teach you the same thing over and over again. Mainly, though…