We love you guys. The site is so popular that we can barely keep the songs up before the bandwidth runs out. We could pay money to have a better server, but quite honestly, we are very poor. You see, we went to graduate school for creative writing (yes, we know there is irony here, since my posts are usually riddled with typos), and honestly, that doesn’t lead to a six-figure salary no matter what the economy is like. So if there’s an older song that you’d like reposted, let us know! Leave it as a comment and we’ll get it back up as soon as we can. Sorry for that.
Thanks to PC for posting John Lennon. We feature it every year on this day. And, sadly, each year the message still remains relevant.
But let’s hope not.
This song is always special to me. I remember that my dad absolutely this song. And it makes me nostalgic and it makes me yearn to get back to
This one has really grown on me over the years. There’s something frantic about this, which I always feel when I get home—never enough time to see everyone that I want to see. Hell—that I need to see to retain sanity.
This is about as somber as one could make a Darlene Love. It highlights the sadness that’s present underneath that great wall of sound on the original. At the end of the song, her baby (or in this case, his) has not returned.
Yep, I already posted this, way back in November. There’s quite simply not a better Christmas out there. And someday I just need to hear this.
No one ever sang like this man, and no one ever will.
Not a Christmas song, but I saw that Dennis Yost, the group’s lead singer, died. This is probably their most famous song, and damned catchy at that.