Records of AnOther World

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48 comments:

  1. Romantic and sensual indeed!.

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  2. Amanda Palmer has a thing when it comes to sensual. And her romantic... well, it's hers lol

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    1. hmmm, looks like she and I see eye to eye on what's romantic? lol
      or the rainy weather has gotten to my brain...

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    2. As do I. Have you ever listened to "I Want You, But I Don't Need You"? I love Amanda's music, and that song is one of my favorites. It's funny, and harshly real. If you haven't, make sure you are out of ear of children when you play it: http://youtu.be/3UYEZnhnVCg

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    3. This song made me laugh... My ex bf was confused because as he said " You don't need me" meaning- I wasn't like his other past relationships that needed money from him/expected him to pay for things... that song reminds me of me!. I had to remind him, I didn't need him but wanted him... guess he equated needing as an affirmation of the relationship- SAD isn't it??

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    4. She is funny, and to the point. I'm quite addicted to her music and her bluntness ;-)

      And about people thinking that need means love, it is sad and so destructive. Strong relationships survive because those involved want to be there, not because they are needed. Although sometimes you get a combination of the two... Love is so complicated lol

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  3. Quite provoking and calling for words...I haven't listened to her music, but as usual, having got to know something new from you, Magaly, I will go and experience it :)

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    1. Amanda's music is as wonderful as her husband's writing (Neil Gaiman). I swear they are made for each other. She is a rebel, and he is... whatever he wants ;-)

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    2. Oh my, I came across her when I was searching for Dark Cabaret artists! Like Emilie Autumn..
      yes, but i didn't pay attention on her marriage status. ..she and Gaiman are definitely a dark duet :)

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  4. Great sexy piece!
    Hugs
    SUeAnn

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    1. She thinks my piece is sexy, it really turns her on... I'm pretty sure that's how the song goes ;-)

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  5. This is really good writing!

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  6. Oooooooh ... I love this!!

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    1. "Oooooooh..." is always good in my book ;-)

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    1. I do love me some "very sexual" bits ;-)

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  8. hey hey Magaly....very nice and well done....thanks for sharing

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  9. These saucy flying saucers are everywhere , Magaly , see you in area 53 !

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    1. I'm flying over, with all kinds of tunes in my head ;-)

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  10. Sensuously magical though seemingly innocent! Nicely Magaly!

    Hank

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    1. I like the "seemingly innocent," bit. ;-)

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  11. The matchless boots.. I love surprises like that in a hot write like that (the contrasts between the boots and the soft sexiness of the rest is so interesting)

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    1. There is something extremely mysterious about just the right pair... of boots.

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  12. let’s kiss music between the thighs...

    This is smoking, lady!

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  13. I read this as if you are singing the song yourself ~ Like that sensuality in the verses, smiles ~

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    1. If I could only sing. Hm, might have to ask my Piano Man to put some music to it. ;-)

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  14. sensuous!!! yet i believe innately its more about the creative process; have a nice Monday

    much love...

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    1. A wild dance, isn't it? The creative process...

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  15. I do not know the label, but this intrigues. Will s/he be wearing the boots in bed? TMI, sorry. Let us birth the songs that can help in this project!

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    1. I think she's wearing those boots everywhere. Ha!

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  16. X-rated X-factor boots or stillettoes

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  17. loving the matchless boots that grow well together.

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    1. That line left me with such a hopeful image in my head...

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  18. "count sheep into leading men" Love that...beautiful, sensual

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    1. One of my favorite lines. In truth, this poem with such fun to write.

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  19. I'm not familiar with Amanda's music
    so I have no frame of reference
    and your poem has me baffled

    I do like it though

    Cheers!
    JzB

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    1. Her music is a wonderful kind of wild.

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  20. that last line, with it's different use of the two words,"birth records," is magical!

    http://www.kimnelsonwrites.com/2014/09/02/so-many-lost/

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