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One song
  • The one that beats the rest. The one you want played at your funeral. The one that never ever gets old. The one that gives you goosebumps. The one for her. The one that takes over your body. The one you wish you’d written. The one above all others.

  • I love that song ^

    Rebecca once told me that me playing this song quietly to myself on my guitar in our little house is what happiness sounds like to her. I’d be faking if I pretended I love any other song quite as much.

  • Amazing!

  • “These Days” is a strong choice. Nico flipping hated that flute.

    There are too many damn songs. This one is up there, though:

  • I’ve been thinking about this on and off since you posted it. There’s the song I’ve loved as long as i can remember (Sitting on the dock of the Bay), the song that’s my most played on iTunes (Hive, by Earl Sweatshirt), the song that brings inexplicable joy whenever i hear it (North American Scum, by LCD Soundsystem). the song that destroys me whenever i hear it (I Flirted With You All My Life, by Vic Chesnutt) But this is the song i kept coming back to. I didn’t want to be the first to post a Gandalfs song, but there it is.

  • I had a rather long think and I had go back to what has, for many years, been my favourite song. Even if I don’t listen to music like this too much these days I still consider this the perfect piece of music. Everything about it rules - the song, the playing, the recording. It’s genius is undeniable in my book.

  • Perhaps unsurprisingly, this thread makes an excellent mixtape so far. A short one, but a good one.