O A K S T R E E T

should i let the words flow from my mouth right down your street

while you’re still home, i hope you’ll hear me

cause if i feel this low again i’ll scrape the deep end

but maybe then i’ll stop pretending

yeah, maybe then i’ll stop pretending

that things just felt so cancerous for a while

i’m in the in-between

like new buffalo and oak street

I hope the thought of me keeps you away from the beach

cause don’t care if you can’t sleep

no, i don’t care if you can’t sleep

don’t think i care if you can’t sleep

stay away from the lake

cause if you see me i’ll be skipping memories i swore i’d keep with me

in constant hopes that they’ll erode just like the glass we’d take home

left to rot in a window well

they’re left to rot in your window well

some things just felt so cancerous for a while

I’m in the in-between

like new buffalo and oak street

I hope the thought of me keeps you away from the beach

cause i don’t care if you can’t sleep

no, i don’t care if you can’t sleep

when i close my eyes

i feel your summer skin

it pulls me apart and rips me open

when i close my eyes

i feel the warmth of the sun

it takes me back where i was where my youth was stolen

MOTHAFOLKIN’ FOLK: an indie folk-ish playlist perfect for studying featuring fleet foxes, vance joy, and keaton henson.

01. love like this - kodaline || 02. 1957 - milo greene || 03. always gold - radical face || 04. the breach - dustin tebbutt || 05. open season - high highs || 06. from gold - novo amor || 07. sink in - the paper kites || 08. snaggletooth - vance joy || 09. facing west - the staves || 10. tiger mountain peasant song - fleet foxes || 11. please don’t leave quite yet - adam agin || 12. you there - aquilo || 13. holland - novo amor || 14. to build a home - the cinematic orchestra || 15. saturn - sleeping at last || 16. elevator song - keaton henson

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Haydn
Symphony No. 88 in G, Hob. I:88 (1788)
I. Adagio - Allegro
II. Largo
III. Menuetto
IV. Finale: Allegro con spirito

Wiener Philharmoniker
Leonard Bernstein

Of this post-Paris, pre-London Haydn symphony, thus Brahms, mindful of the attendant curse he was invoking: “I want my Ninth to sound like this!” Tovey believed it to be one of the most inventive works in the 18th century repertoire, and Mozart is sure to have sweated over it a bit. The finale is particularly joyful.

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