Monday, June 7, 2010

Literaturistic Song of the Week

     Starting with this post, every week I will choose a song that has come out this week that I think is creative and original and I shall name it the Literaturistic Song of the Week.

     This week's song is Chase the Tear by Portishead. I picked this song because I thought the lyrics were very poetic and original instead of just another one of those unimaginative, love songs on the radio. Also, let me know if you hear a song that you think should be the next Literaturistic Song of the Week. Here's the song and the lyrics below:



Looking out, looking in
Going where
Never been running round
Hiding in stairs

Unafraid felt the grain
Open doorways full of shame
My own life
I resented

Winter sigh summer's gone
Holding off tomorrow's sorrow

Brushing out, brushing in
Losing out, losing thee
Didn't take my heart

Didn't fold, chase the tear
Never let go, now I'm there
It's over, it's over

Winter sigh, summer's gone
Holding off tomorrow's sorrow

So I don't want anymore

Winter sigh, summer's gone
Holding off tomorrow's sorrow
So I don't want anymore
  

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