I am Clementine. No Jokes about my name. (obvious82) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,
I am Clementine. No Jokes about my name.
obvious82
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Because it's late and it might make a few people ( edit: but NOT somenickles) smile

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Dedicated to my bb
jun4thisonthway

Album of 2007 that Broke the Heart of Jesus

HINT:
Is it true what they say about the Son of God?
Did he die for us? Did he die at all?
And if I sold my soul for a bag of gold to you,
which one of us would be the foolish one?
Which one of us would be the fool?



Bright Eyes – Cassadaga

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Ever join a conversation and get the feeling that they are making fun of you but you really can’t be sure? Maybe with some odd glances and uncomfortable smiles. That’s how I feel when I listen to this album. I get that odd sense that Conor Oberst is putting Me down, and of all the people who have lived on your planet, I am the one person you don’t want on your bad side. I have loved the music of Bright Eyes ever since I first heard his cracking shrieks about lovers being tied together and thrown into the ocean. As people threw out the Dylan comparisons, I agreed, and for a while, even felt that Conor was acting a better Dylan that Dylan. However, this album is the first time I’ve seen cracks in the folk machine. Plus, I get the feeling Conor is mad about Me for something, which sucks because I love the guy.

-from "what would jesus blog"

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ps: all the fangirls who guessed right ilu and il your connor icons too

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Source:http://whatwouldjb.blogspot.com/


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