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“The country my mother left behind was a country she believed in; a country we kept alive till her last breath; a country that never existed in that form; a country that, in my memory, I will always associate with my mother.”

Goodbye Lenin ( 2003 ) 

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Yann Tiersen

Summer 78

OLD ENOUGH TO READ FAIRY TALES AGAIN  —  Instrumental playlist for fantasy worlds and magical lands you will love again. 

01 A Narnia Lullaby Harry Gregson-Williams | 02 Arrival of the Birds & Transformation The Cinematic Orchestra | 03 Divenire Ludovico Einaudi | 04 Once there was a Hushpuppy Benth Zeitlin | 05 Davy Jones’ Theme Song Hans Zimmer | 06 Piano Duet Danny Elfman | 07 Once Upon a Dream Simon Rawlings | 08 Portuguese Love Theme Gabrielle | 09 Clara? Murray Gold | 10 Fireside Dance Danny Elfman | 11 Caresse sur l'Océan Bruno Coulais  | 12 Let it Go & Vivaldi’s Winter The Piano Guys | 13 I Giorni Daniel Hope | 14 The Origins of Time Johann Johannsson | 15 The Threat of War Alexandre Desplat | 16 The Deer Woodkid | 17 Summer ‘78 Yann Tiersen | 18 Photograph Arcade Fire | 19 Define Dancing Thomas Newman | 20 Once upon a December Emile Pandolfi | 21 How it Ends De Votch Ka 

anonymous asked:

I'm so sorry to bother you but I just unliked an ask/answer of yours listing the songs you listen to when feeling sad and down and it was from a while ago but I can't find it. I remember it had a song by Hozier in it but I can't find it. Do you know how I can find it? Again, sorry for the silly question. Lots of love your way xx

I will do you one better and give you my new sad/sleep playlist! I’ll highlight my faves! I love you!

“All Alright”–Sigur Ros
“Always Gold”–Radical Face
“Angels”“–The XX
"Ashokan Farewell”–Evan Stover
“Asleep”–The Smiths
“Bathtub”–Waxahatchee
“Be Still”–The Fray
“Blood”–The Middle East
“Broadripple is Burning”–Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s
“Bronte”–Gotye
“A Case of You”–Joni Mitchell
“Cherry Wine”–Hozier
“Dandelion Wine”–Gregory Alan Isakov
“Dauoalogn”–Sigur Ros
“Empty”–Ray LaMontagne
“Family”–Noah Gunderson
“First Defeat”–Noah Gunderson
“Flume”–Bon Iver
“Forgetting”–David Gray
“Free Fallin’”–John Mayer
“Goshen”–Beirut
“Holocene”–Bon Iver
“I Can’t Make You Love Me/Nick of Time”–Bon Iver
“Kettering”–The Antlers
“In These Arms”–The Swell Season
“Master and a Hound”–Gregory Alan Isakov
“Medicine”–Daughter
“New York”–Snow Patrol
“Nobody Knows Me at All”–The Weepies
“Nothing Like You and I”–The Perishers
“River”–Joni Mitchell
“Samson”–Regina Spektor
“Sea of Love”–Cat Power
“Sea and the Rhythm”–Iron and Wine
“She’s Always a Woman to Me”–Billy Joel
“Sister Song”–Perfume Genius
“Sodom South Georgia”–Iron and Wine
“Somewhere Over the Rainbow”–Israel Kamakwiwo'ole
“the stable song”–Gregory Alan Isakov
“Such Great Heights”–Iron and Wine
“Summer 78 (Instrumental)”–Yann Tiersen
“That Sea, the Gambler”–Gregory Alan Isakov
“The Light”–The Album Leaf
“Time Flies”–Lykke Li
“The Trapeze Swinger”–Iron and Wine
“Upward Over the Mountain”–Iron and Wine
“Wherever You Will Go”–Charlene Soraia
“Wolves”–Phosphorescent
“Woods”–Bon Iver
“Words”–Gregory Alan Isakov
“Wrapped In Piano Strings”–Radical Face
“Youth”–Daughter
“In My Veins”–Andrew Belle
“I Will Follow You Into the Dark”–Death Cab For Cutie

homework instrumentals (◕‿◕✿) // this is a playlist of some soundtrack/epic songs and some classical songs to help you get through homework and studying!

Pirates of the Caribbean medley Hans Zimmer / A Fuoco Ludovico Einaudi / Fireworks Nicholas Hopper / Only the Beginning of the Adventure Harry Gregson-Williams / The Shire Howard Shore / Some People Are Worth Melting For Christopher Beck / Waltz of the Flowers Tchaikovsky / This is Berk John Powell / Tangled Medley Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra / River Flows in You Yiruma / With Love, Vincent Murray Gold / Road to Glory Audiomachine / Summer 78 Yann Tiersen / Battle Finale Brian Tyler / Atlantico Roberto Cacciapaglia / I Am the Doctor Murray Gold / Lamentations of the Heart Philip Wesley / The Empire Strikes Back: The Imperial March John Williams / Clair De Lune Claude Debussy / Shenzou Steven Price / Reunion of Friends John Williams

anonymous asked:

Caitlyn, would you be able to make a playlist of mellow songs I could fall asleep to.but nothing to sad or heartbreaking just peaceful if you get around to it :)

Sure thing! Although I feel like it’s hard to predict what someone is or isn’t going to find sad, you know? Sometimes a melody is enough to make someone sad. I’ll try my hardest to pick good ones.

“Blue Velvet Sea” by Justin Nozuka
“I Hope Tomorrow Is Like Today” by Guster
“Cinderella Man” by Thomas Newman
“Dare You to Move” by Vitamin String Quartet
“Diane” by Guster
“Evelyn” by Gregory Alan Isakov
“Free Fallin’” by John Mayer
“Gotta Have You” by The Weepies
“Hold On” by the Gospel Whiskey Runners
“Mess is Mine” by Vance Joy
“New Slang” by The Shins
“Once There Was a Hushpuppy” by Dan Romer and Benh Zeitlin
“A Painting by Chagall” by the Weepies
“Saint Valentine” by Gregory Alan Isakov
“Summer 78” by Yann Tiersen
“Sweet Disposition” by Temper Trap

anonymous asked:

Do you have any suggestions of things to read/listen to/do when you're feeling stressed or anxious? It would definitely help.. thanks my little peach ;*

Here, baby

songs to listen to:

be still- the fray

summer 78 (instrumental)- yann tiersen

this year- the mountain goats

till kingdom come- coldplay

end of the line- the travelling wilburys

all alright- sigur ros

ashokan farewell- from “the civil war” soundtrack

come thou fount of every blessing- sufjan stevens

sea of love- cat power

sister song- perfume genius

in these arms- the swell season

rest your head- lali puna

reverie, l. 68- debussy

things to read:

the hobbit- j.r.r tolkien

“to this day” project- shane koyczan

“when love arrives”- sarah kay and phil kaye

read your favorite poems, your favorite children’s stories.

things to do:

if it’s nice out, go for a walk.

go online shopping and don’t actually buy anything. add the stuff to your cart and leave it at that. sometimes, it helps.

watch your favorite movie.

breathe deeply and deliberately.

organize your room.

take a nap.

write down some of your favorite quotes in a journal.

be patient with the feeling. remember that it is a passing thing, and that you are going to be okay.