What's On My Ipod: V2

March 23, 2011

1. Girls With Accents by Fences
Fences - Girls With Accents by MMMusic
I found this song as a product of listening to too much Sirius Alt Nation radio. I love how simplistic and rather ironic this whole song is. It sounds youthful and I couldn't help but fall in love with the name of it. This song has definitely been a fixture on my ipod as of the late.

2. Fade Into You by Mazzy Star
Fade Into You by djissa
I was turned on to this song by Jess @ The Doe Or The Deer a few months ago when she dedicated an enture post to it. I listened to it once and then about a thousand more times after that. I was in love with the dreamy ambiance and pretty lyrics. I listen to this whenever I need something calm and relaxing in the background.

3. Free Bird by Lynard Skynard
Free Bird by lolagomez
Classic! I've been listening to so much older music lately from the 70's, 80's, and 90's. I can't help but fall in love with this song every time I listen to it. It puts me in a lovely, really ethereal sort of place in my mind. It reminds me of summer. I heard it on the radio a few days ago and have been listening to it non-stop lately.
4. Gold Soundz by Pavement
Gold Soundz by Pavement by coolhunting
Found this via Urban Outfitter's LSTN playlist which I downloaded for free. I was taking a walk during a rather low moment and this song came on and I fell in love. I became mildly obsessed. I love the lyrics especially the part that says, "I'm empty and you're empty too and you can never quaratine the past." and "I won't need you when I'm gone." This song was so unexpected and I love it.

5. We Used To Wait by Arcade Fire
Arcade Fire - We Used to Wait by evolucionrock
I've been in love with Arcade Fire's The Suburbs Album in it's entirety. This song has been stuck in my head all week. It's sooo good.

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