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Martyna, 92, Poland, cultural studies
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be my doctors *_________*

Wish that I
Could tell you
That it’s all alright

❝ madder red ❞

9 miesięcy temu / 1 notka / yeasayer 


All I want to know is, can you come a little closer?

One’s not enough
I won’t stop ‘til I’ve given you up
Here, right as I am, it’s hard having fun
It’s much easier said than it’s done

Hold me like before
Hold me like you used to
Control me like you used to

No
You don’t move me anymore
And I’m glad that you don’t
‘cause I can’t have you anymore
But I thought you should know
You don’t move me anymore
And I’m glad that you don’t
Because I can’t take it anymore
Oh

The room’s still now when I’m lying
‘cause the well of the night has gone dry
When they ask to behave, I pay them no mind
Now I doubt if I’d have been so kind

Hold me like before
Hold me like you used to
Control me like you used to

No

‘cause I can’t have you anymore







via snd-chck / 1 rok temu / 11 notek / Yeasayer  music 

snd-chck:

Teledysk Yeasayer do “Longevity”! Nie byli by sobą, gdyby nie było w nim czegoś dziwnego :D

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Video by Yeasayer for “Longevity”! They wouldn’t be themselves if it wasn’t a bit strange :D

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QRO: And how was Europe in July?  Had you ever played Poland and/or Finland before then?

AW: Yeah, we have played both of those places.

Actually, Poland is our number one market… [laughs] Which we discovered about two years ago, at that very same festival, Heineken Open’er Festival.

We had no idea what to expect, because I think Poland operates on kinda like Soviet era - I think the black market for downloading mp3s is just the same as bootlegs before the Berlin Wall fell down, you know?  So we had no way of gauging how popular - we sold probably two CDs in Poland, but we arrived in Poland two years ago to chants of, [in Polish accent] “Yea-Sey-Yer!  Yea-Sey-Yer!”  And everyone knew all of our songs - we were just in shock…

So actually playing that Polish festival on July 4th was the first time - we’d been touring for about two or three weeks - and that was the first time that I got ‘shivers’, my spine was tingling, just from the sheer thrill of masses of people singing along to every song, and just being so excited - ‘Ah, right, that’s why I do this, this is what it’s all about...’

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