• Lay All Your Love On Me - Mamma Mia!

    19 Sep 2008, 02:31 by silentmarine

    ((Dominic Cooper and Amanda Seyfried))
    "Lay All Your Love On Me"

    Don't go wasting your emotion
    Lay all your love on me

    I wasn't jealous before we met
    Now every man that I see is a potential threat
    And I'm possessive, it isn't nice
    You've heard me saying that smoking was my only vice
    But now it isn't true
    Now everything is new
    And all I've learned
    Has overturned
    I beg of you

    Don't go wasting your emotion
    Lay all your love on me

    It was like shooting a sitting duck
    A little small talk, a smile and baby I was stuck
    I still don't know what you've done with me
    A grown-up woman should never fall so easily
    I feel a kind of fear
    When I don't have you near
    I skip my pride
    I beg you dear

    Don't go wasting your emotion
    Lay all your love on me

    Don't go sharing your devotion
    Lay all your love on me

    I've had a few little love affairs
    They didn't last very long and they've been pretty scarce

  • What I'm Listening To - July/August

    13 Aug 2008, 06:58 by jonathanlovatt

    It's time for me to write another of my "What I'm Listening To" journals, there has been quite a lot of good new stuff recently as well as some rediscovered old favorites!

    Starting with some new stuff, and I am a big fan of folk music. The genre has expanded considerably recently with more contemporary stuff, as well as merging into other genres, like electronic music. Anyway,
    Jim Moray has released his new album - Low Culture which is absolutely fantastic! Still retains the traditional feel, like his other work. My favorite songs on this new album are the happy, slightly cheeky All You Pretty Girls and the sublime Across The Western Ocean. Fabulous!

    Staying on the folk genre for now, another artist who has released a new album is Seth Lakeman with Poor Man's Heaven. It's another fantastic piece of work, and I love every single track. However if I had to choose some favorites, I would go for Crimson Dawn, I'll Haunt You and the heartbreaking Solomon Browne, which is a tale of the 1981 Penlee Lifeboat Disaster.