Too Much Sad Songs In My iPod Playlist

And so it is. What an ex-boss once said must really be true, and shall not put so much of them in the playlist – and that is why there is an existence in the number of kuku (read: crazy, mad, insane, lunatic) songs that are otherwise catchy, totally gay (in this aspect, happy gay) and fucking insane, if the point is not derived on the previous pointer note.

Probably sharing 1/10 of my playlist below, look-see:

The Wilhelm Scream by James Blake

Sea Talk by Zola Jesus

Silent All These Years by Tori Amos
Hold My Heart by Sara Bareilles

Dancing On My Own (acoustic) by Robyn

Still In Love With You by Sade
Lights Out by Remi Nicole
Blindness by Metric

Quiet Times by Dido

Shake Me Down by Cage The Elephant

Arkansas by Ferraby Lionheart

Blue And Gold Print by Mates Of State

It Means Nothing by Stereophonics

Lovers’ Tears by Sandy Lam featuring Dick Lee

Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? by Moby

I Don’t Believe You by P!nk

Someone Like You (home version) by Adele

Linne by Shugo Tokumaru

The Heron And The Fox by Little Scream

Everything You Wanted by Kele

(Still A) Weirdo by KT Tunstall

New Romantic by Laura Marling

Ghosts by Laura Marling
(got a craze for her these days!)

Someone Great by LCD Soundsystem

Riverside by Agnes Obel

By a particular song, I’m referring to you; I remembered you touching the button of my iPod when this song came on on the stereo at your place; and the other moment when you told me to shut off a Robyn collaborated dance track. Geez.

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