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marylambertsing: Yes, I did make the nerdy queer version of “Bad Blood”.

She’s Gay, Dude

Know Your Name - Mary Lambert // Only a Girl - Gia // Ease My Mind - Hayley Kiyoko // All of Me - Luciana Zogbi // Rude - Madilyn Bailey // Daisy - Zedd // Like Real People Do - Ilia Kate // Paradise Is You - La Roux // Take Me to Church - Ellie Goulding // Closer - Tegan and Sara // Sex - Lauren Aquilina // Rhythm of Love - ukulelemily // Tell Her You Love Her - Echosmith // She Will Be Loved - Dani Shay // Hey Girl - Lady Gaga & Florence Welch // She Keeps Me Warm - Mary Lambert // Let Her Go - Arden Cho // Jenny - Studio Killers // Drove Me Wild - Tegan and Sara // She - Dodie Clark // I Do Adore - Mindy Gledhill // Girls Like Girls - Hayley Kiyoko // Girlfriend - Icona Pop

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S A P P H I C  S O N G S

jessie’s girl // mary lambert | whatever you like // anya marina | can’t help falling in love // hayley reinhart | girls like girls // hayley kiyoko | midway // bad bad hats | night go slow // catey shaw | i do adore// mindy gledhill | jenny // studio killers | you picked me // a fine frenzy | nobody love // tori kelly | sing to me // mary lambert | she keeps me warm // kat robichaud | sum of our parts // mary lambert | i love you // beatrice eli | she // jen foster | skinny love // birdy | everyone is gay // a great big world | explosion // zolita | i didn’t just kiss her // jen foster | only a girl // gia | boyfriend // tegan and sara | ghost // halsey | girlfriend // icona pop | tee shirt // birdy

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Mary Lambert - Know Your Name

An upbeat queer song/video, because we need more of them. 😍🌈

(Out bi actress Sara Ramirez is in this video!)

OCTOBER 14: Mary Lambert’s “Heart on My Sleeve” album is released (2014)

On this day in 2014, Mary Lambert’s Heart on My Sleeve album first hit shelves. The lesbian singer and songwriter’s debut album contained the hit “She Keeps Me Warm.”

The cover of Mary Lambert’s debut full-length album Heart on My Sleeve (x).

Mary Lambert first got her start in the world of slam poetry, representing Seattle, Washington – not far from her hometown of Everett, Washington – in the 2008 Brave New Voices International Poetry Competition. In 2012, she reached the mainstream’s radar by co-writing and providing vocals for the song “Same Love” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. As a lesbian, she was the only LGBT person to work on the track.

Adapting the success of her verse from “Same Love” into her own independent material, Mary wrote “She Keeps Me Warm,” which became the first single of her Heart on My Sleeve album in January of 2014. The album as a whole was released on October 14, 2014 to a positive reception. The songs “She Keeps Me Warm” and “Secrets” were highlights of the album, giving wlw everywhere new explicitly gay tunes to bop to. Mary is currently working on her second album, but until then, the lyric “I can’t think straight, I’m so gay” from “Secrets” will remain our mantra. 

-LC

SHE KEEPS ME WARM: A mix for girls who love girls. (A gift for @savagebutfree)

01. Jenny - Lily Sevin // 02. Jesse’s Girl - Mary Lambert // 03. She - Dodie Clark // 04. Tell Her You Love Her - Echosmith // 05. I Think I Like You - Siren // 06. Touch - Shura // 07. Only A Girl - Gia // 08. Cliff’s Edge - Hayley Kiyoko // 09. Closer - Tegan and Sara // 10. You’re In Love - Betty Who // 11. St. Patrick - PVRIS // 12. Love You Anyways - Ji Nilsson & Marlene // 13. Girls Like Girls - Hayley Kiyoko // 14. Love They Say - Tegan and Sara // 15. She Keeps Me Warm - Mary Lambert

a playlist for girls who like girls ♥ listen here

pretty girl- hayley kiyoko // te amo- rihanna // she- dodie clark // electric love- børns // she keeps me warm- mary lambert // hummingbird heartbeat- katy perry // super love- dami im // talking body- tove lo // girlfriend- icona pop // sugar- karmin // girls like girls- hayley kiyoko

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Mary Lambert - Know Your Name

Loving this music video! One of my fave parts about this video is actually in the description box itself.

“My assistant, Nadia, actually came up with the concept for the video while we were at a barcade- she suggested the line “I probably should know your name” could be in reference to an arcade’s HIGH SCORE screen, and that’s when the music video baby was born. I really wanted the premise to be something sexy and quirky and fun, and I think Erix Arocha really knocked it out of the park. The main thing I kept circling back to when I started conceptualizing the video was that it needed to be trans-inclusive. I wanted to do a rib off of Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” music video, but nerdier and queer as hell. I have so many beautiful and talented friends and I knew casting would be a breeze. Jacob Tobia, Gabi Fresh, Firda Herryandhy, and Hazel Jade were brilliant and sexy and playful in each of their characters- I feel super lucky to know them. I met Sara Ramirez at a fundraiser for homeless LGBT youth this last year, and we immediately hit it off. When the concept for the video began developing, Sara was the first person I thought of. She was unbelievably generous with her time, energy, and enthusiasm for the video. As I was conceptualizing the video, I had just read Ready Player One, which is an amazing novel by Ernest Cline. It’s packed with 80s references and a ton of video game knowledge, so I knew I wanted the premise to be surrounding this idea that a bunch of killer babes were great at video games. Together, each character and I came up with a bunch of roller-derby-esque names, under the premise that each character had their own backstory and strength.”