Put my thoughts together as I wrote you this letter in my room
On a crumpled piece of paper there were 3 words addressed to you
It’s alright, it’s alright now don’t panic too soon
Cause my love, well, all my love is there for you
For you, it’s all for you
It’s all for you

Now the blood-red sky is reflecting like last nights rain
And I’m starting to think that there’s not enough ink on the page
And I hope, I hope that you, you know the truth
That my time, my effort, my soul it’s all for you
For you
It’s all for you

And I know sometimes I seem sad,
blue and grey
But I don’t think this time for you has been a waste
Cause it was all for you

It was all for you

Transit: a playlist

Life is as hectic as possible. My days are composed of leaving the house early and coming home late. It’s exhausting but maybe I just need time to get used to it. I’ve been riding the train almost everyday now to get to the office. The trip is quite long so I always put my earphones on and drift off to another world. On times like these, I like staring out the window while listening to music that calms me down in a world where life is so fast-paced.

  1. All of the People- Panama Wedding
  2. Cool Kids- Echosmith
  3. Chasing Cars- Snow Patrol
  4. Crazy Bird- Wild Child
  5. Down River- The Temper Trap
  6. Easy Friend- East of Ely
  7. Eileen- Tin Sparrow
  8. Home- Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
  9. Mushaboom- Feist
  10. Oceans- Coasts
  11. Riptide- Vance Joy
  12. Sweet Disposition- The Temper trap
  13. Twigs and Stones- Siskiyou
  14. Shining Star- City of Lions
  15. Distance- Christina Perri feat. Jason Mraz

(Base Photo from Weheartit)

  • Listen

Artist: Tin Sparrow
Song: Fools Gold
Album: From the Sun

Staple elements inherent the folk genre which ties together similar artists, but Tin Sparrow differentiates themselves with upbeat percussions and catchy hums that will be stuck in your head all day long. This Australian four-piece started off as a University project that turned them into a noteworthy group of artists.


Tin Sparrow - Bricks

But when this wall comes down I’ll slowly let you in,
and with each brick that falls I’ll label you a friend,
and with each brick that falls I’ll learn to love again,
until the bricks are gone and I move on and start to build again

Been listening to these guys all day.