Day 1, a song from your childhood- Clocks by Coldplay. I heard this in the car with my dad one day when I was pretty little, and didn't hear it again for a long time. Then one day, I buy the Coldplay album with this on it, and I hear it and just start to cry because it was so familiar and so beautiful, and it's still one of my favorite songs.
"Confusion never stops, closing walls and ticking clocks, gonna come back and take you home, I could not stop, as you know now, singing, come out upon my seas, cursed missed opportunities, am I a part of the cure, or am I part of the disease, singing... you... are... you... are... you.... are... and nothing else compares..."
Almost everyone has a favorite color. Even if you don’t think you have one, you’re probably still more naturally drawn to some colors more than others. We all have our preferences — that’s just how human beings roll. The most popular color in the w
Coldplay - Clocks | Instantly recognizable, the decade's best piano riff batting Chris Martin softly cooing above lush Britpop arrangement. The band successfully recreated subtle beauty which is usually achievable only by Radiohead, but without all the looming and gloom. Read more: http://scarletscribs.wordpress.com/tag/future-mainstream-classics/