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The Sea of Faith
Was once, too, at the full, and round earth’s shore
Lay like the folds of a bright girdle furled.
But now I only hear
Its melancholy, long, withdrawing roar,
Retreating, to the breath
Of the night-wind, down the vast edges drear
And naked shingles of the world.”
Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold

I’ve been posting this Weeklies series for almost half a year and I know you’ve all been lapping up all the tracks in every Weeklies post. HOWEVER, it would be 100x times better if you drop your thoughts in the comments section. A couple of words can really make a person’s day! (demanding much?) Haha. On topic, this one is inspired by my friend Tzaddi‘s blog. Check her stuff out when you can.

Another thing why I’m posting consecutive Weeklies posts in 1 week is because next week I’ll be, yes you guessed right, FLOORED WITH STUFF TO DO. College really takes it’s toll on my sleeping habits, and I can’t let go of this blog so I somewhere between all the stuff I’ve been juggling got sacked from the Dean’s List. Damper, yeah. I’ve never been good in multi-tasking.

This Weeklies features a couple of track that have been highly palatable to my taste. Enjoy and cheers to a good weekend folks.


♫ The Magic Numbers – Love Is Just A Game
♫ Geographer – Caught A Fire
♫ Ray LaMontagne – Hold You In My Arms
♫ Nada Surf – If You Leave (OMD Cover)
♫ Jack Johnson – Cocoon
♫ Norah Jones – Crazy
♫ Lykke Li – Little Bit
♫ Stars – On Peak Hill
♫ The Weepies – Somebody Loved
♫ Math and Physics Club – Trying To Say I Love You
♫ Yellowcard – One Year Six Months
♫ Of Montreal – Requiem for o.m.m.2
♫ Yellowcard – Dear Bobbie