Sunday, February 7, 2016

Songs That Got Me Through 2015

I was super M.I.A. last year on this blog because honestly I've been focusing a lot more on journaling. I don't think anyone really reads this anyway, so it's cool. But I've been jamming a ton lately and if your music taste is anything like mine you might like this post. These songs meant a lot to me in 2015 and I hope you enjoy.

Shadows fill my mind up
Zeros tell me my time's up
I lost count so long ago
Maybe my heart's numb
Don't hold my hands accountable
They're young and they're dumb

Drive through the time zones
Escape out of my mind's own hold
I lost you not long ago
Heaven knows I'm miserable
Hell takes all the credit though
Til the day is done

~The Emotion by BORNS~

I used to recognize myself
It's funny how reflections change
When we're becoming something else
I think it's time to walk away
So come on let it go
Just let it be
Why don't you be you
And I'll be me

~Let It Go by James Bay~

After some time, I know I would go blind
But seeing only binds the vision to the eye
I'd lose my voice, I know
But I've nothing left to say
It is nothing left to pray
No echo in this place

~Agoraphobia by Deerhunter~

I put the radio on, hold you tight in my mind
Isn't it strange that you're not here with me
But I know the light's on in the television
Trying to transmit, can you hear me?

~Terrence Loves You by Lana Del Rey~

Think I just remembered something
I think I left the faucet running
Now my words are filling up the tub
Darling, you're just soaking in it
But I know you'll get out the minute
You notice all your fingers pruning up

~Soap by Melanie Martinez~

You say you want the truth, but you can't take it
So I give you lies.
You say you want the best, but you destroy it
So I keep it inside.

~There I Said It by Adam Lambert~

Honorable Mentions:
~Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High by Arctic Monkeys
~Cecilia and the Satellite by Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness
~Helicopter by Deerhunter
~As the World Falls Down by David Bowie
~Shake Me Down by Cage the Elephant