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why don’t you come and play here?
why don’t you sit right down and make me smile?
you make me feel like I am just a child

two at a time / shelley fraley ☆ why do you let me stay here? / she & him ☆ sweet rose / matt costa ☆ us / regina spektor ☆ lollipop / mika ☆ pocket full of dreams / hedley ☆ these are the words / james blunt ☆ when you were young / the killers 

An indie way to take the day

Lifted Up (1985) - Passion Pit / Book Club - The Arkells / Celeste - Ezra Vine / Pioneers - Lighthouse and the Whaler / Dreamers - Wolves / Cross My Mind - Twin Forks Music / Tokyo / (Vampires & Wolves) - The Wombats / Modern Jesus - Portugal the Man / Oh My Love - The Score Official / Robot Love - Urban Cone / San Francisco - The Mowgli’s / Heartbreak Heartbreak - Selahphonic / Wonderlust - Kid Wave / Kathleen - Catfish and the Bottlemen / Move - Kid Runner / Spark - Fitz and the Tantrums / Lizzy Lu - Mumm Ra / Loveless - Said the Whale / Cynical Bastards - The Arkells / Rollercoaster - Bleachers / Never Come Down - Brave Shores / Jackie andWilson - Hozier / Forest Whitaker - Bad Books / Fools Gold - Fitz and the Tantrums

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You Don’t Own Me is a spectacular song from new Australian singer songwriter Grace. It’s a stunning re-working of Lesley Gore hit You Don’t Own Me. The 60′s pop artist recently passed away, and I have mad respect for her artistry, plus I harbor fond memories of listening to her hits with my mom, while growing up. Lesley really laid the foundation for most of the female pop sensations of our time. Grace’s passionate version features Oakland hip hop artist G-Eazy on guest rap vocals, and it’s a compelling combination. I never thought I’d encounter a hip hop imbued You Don’t Own Me, complete with all of its minor key, spaghetti Western styled vintage splendor. All I need are some wicked boots, and I’m ready to strut around to this tune.


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