Top Ten Ryan Adams Songs

Top Ten Ryan Adams Songs

1. Anybody Wanna Take Me Home?
2. A Kiss Before I Go
3. Hotel Chelsea Nights
4. The End
5. Thank You Louise
6. Nuclear
7. My Heart Is Broken
8. Love Is Hell
9. English Girls Approximately
10. Sylvia Plath

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Quote, Unquote : Russell Brand

Quote, Unquote : Russell Brand

“Glinting at you through the sludge, the scandal and muck, are lyrics and lines from the mouth and mind of Steven Patrick Morrissey. This is because these words served for me as sermons, buoying me through murky adolescence and anguished early adulthood.

For me as for many, Morrissey was a prophet who showed me there was a light at the end of the tunnel of self-banishment and as he said himself, that light never goes out.”

Lyric : I Saw Heaven

Lyric : I Saw Heaven

Despite the distance between us
I couldn’t look away.
Oh man, I suddenly thought
I’m in real trouble.
She took a swig of beer
And pushed her hair back from her face.
That’s when I saw heaven.

That’s when I was falling
I was falling in love.
It was all over…or just begun.

I smiled and she smiled back.
I waved stupidly and she laughed.
I strolled on over
And her friends dispersed.
She took a swig of beer,
Introduced herself
And I saw heaven.

That’s when I was falling
I was falling in love.
It was all over…or just begun.

Quote, Unquote : Charles McLeod

Quote, Unquote : Charles McLeod

“Art is useless. Art can only inspire more art. It spreads like disease, like virus. It repeats itself. Art is bad code and dumb math. And it is all swallowed up eventually by time or by money.
Art dies, Garrett, or becomes an investment. It is one of the two.
It dies or is killed. Your art is bad and would die a long death. But I helped you, I killed it, before others had to stand in a room and watch it die.
Galleries, this gallery, Garrett, is a hospital for dying art. No one wants to be in it. But because they love art, and maybe love you, they gather to mourn, to speak in hushed tones, to come together and erect, for a short time, a vigil. But all that this group of mourners really wants, Garrett, is for the patient to die.”