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I’ve known about this song since it first came out, but today I had my ipod on shuffle, and it came on and I remembered how much I love it. [Don’t ask me how I forgot it.]

This song is absolutely incredible. What song is this, you ask? Winter Song, by Sara Bareilles and Ingrid Michaelson.

Every time I listen to it, I am so overwhelmed with their beautiful harmony. Its just so pure, you know? There are absolutely no imperfections.

I just thought I would share it with you! If you haven’t heard it, I think you should go listen to it, and possibly purchase it.

How is your Tuesday so far? Mine was ehh. This song cheered me up. :]




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I can resist no further. Here are my favorite lyrics of poet goddess Sara Bareilles.

1.”I’ve got a thick tongue, brimming with the words that go unsung, I simmer then I burn for a someone, the wrong one.”- Gonna Get Over You

2. “Feel the fire burning up, inspire me with blood of blue and green. I have hope, inside is not a heart, but a kaleidoscope.”- Kaleidoscope Heart

3.  ”My heart breaks in a heart beat and you storm me when you come and go, taste of something so sweet should have warned me bout the undertow.”-Undertow

4. “I don’t want to talk about it to you, I’m not an open book you can rifle through, The cold hard truth that you see right to, I’m just a basket case without you.”- Basket Case

5.  “Started as a flicker, meant to be a flame. Skin has gotten thicker, but it burns the same.”- Bottle It Up

6. ” I made up my mind when I was a young girl, I’ve been given this one world, I won’t worry it away. But now and again, I lose sight of the good life, I get stuck in the low light, and then love comes in.”- Many the Miles

7. ” If my hands could hold them, you’d see, I’d take all these secrets in me, and I’d move and mold them to be something I’d set free.”- Let the Rain



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A Love Letter of Sorts Dear Sara Bareilles, I’m not gonna write you a love song, but I might just be about to write you a love letter. I’ve always been hungry for words, a reader, a writer, a lyric aficionado.  I adore metaphors.  Counting Crows, for instance, they just kill me with the genius of the pictures they paint, the emotions they evoke with words.  Not a lot of artists can put their thumb into the hole in my heart and either make it throb almost unbearably or … Read More

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