Greatest songs of all time

sea salt

Always summer, always alone, the fruit always ripe
 

Aubrey McFate

Burn down the disco
The best version.

 

Ketamine Sun

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@A scanty bit of thing what do you make of
Gérard Manset? Thanks for that Hardy song, embarrassed to admit that I’m not really familiar with her newer work. The drums and feel made me think of that Bowie song.
 

A scanty bit of thing

Antecedents drive stakes into the ground


@A scanty bit of thing what do you make of
Gérard Manset? Thanks for that Hardy song, embarrassed to admit that I’m not really familiar with her newer work. The drums and feel made me think of that Bowie song.

Well, you know me, i always like someone who wants to do things their own way. I like to think to myself that he must have been an interesting person… because why else would you want to set yourself apart from everyone else otherwise, no? All the best people choose to stand apart, and he definitely knowingly did so too.

But I don’t have a favorite song and i don’t know his entire discography off by heart like I do with Francoise.
 

Gregor Samsa

I straighten up, and my position is one of hope.
what are we basing this on? greatest in what terms?

nick cave - into my arms
nick cave - the weeping song
nick cave - straight to you
nick cave - cannibal's hymn
don mclean - vincent
suede - trash
suede - life is golden
david bowie - ashes to ashes
david bowie - the man who sold the world
lou reed - romeo had juliet
lou reed - waltzing matilda/street hassle/ slip away
john cale and lou reed - style it takes
the cure - pictures of you
the cure - the lovecats
the cure - letter to elise
the cure - just like heaven
pulp - acrylic afternoons
pulp - glory days
pulp - live bed show
leonard cohen - take this waltz
leonard cohen - suzanne
morrissey - jack the ripper
morrissey - the last of the famous international playboys
mr bungle - pink cigarette
tom waits - who are you
tom waits - waltzing matilda
diamanda galas - sono l'antichristo
diamanda galas - gloomy sunday
diamanda galas - babys insane
For f***’s sake, your taste in The Cure is boring me to tears. Scratch beneath the surface, woman!
 

nicky wire's legs

all is vanity
For f***’s sake, your taste in The Cure is boring me to tears. Scratch beneath the surface, woman!
well that's why i asked what we were basing it on. i like every single cure song ever written, for the record, but not only was i basing my list on my personal faves, but also on what might objectively be considered great, otherwise i might have also included 'sugar girl', 'a chain of flowers', 'the loudest sound', 'before three' , 'cut here', 'fear of ghosts', 'untitled' etc.

also ill have you know that my list wasnt written to please you (it was written to please bun bun!! 😍 )
 

Gregor Samsa

I straighten up, and my position is one of hope.
The darkest parts of the eighties produced some truly great music:




 
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