She Makes The Most Of Her Time By Loving Me Plenty

"She makes the most of her time by loving me plenty. She knows there'll come a day when we won't be getting any."

What a great line from Josh Ritter's "To The Dogs Or Whoever." It's track #2 on this week's playlist - a playlist full of twangy goodness.

A few more lines from To The Dogs Or Whoever, by Josh Ritter:

Oh bring me the love that can sweeten a sword
A boat that can love the rocks or the shore
The love of the iceberg reaching out for a wreck
Can you love me like the crosses love the nape of the neck?

...that's awesome.

::::: | Monday, Feb 04 2008 at 12:00 AM
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Amanda said:

ooh, good choice on the U2 tune. Did you go see U2 3D yet?


::::: | February 4, 2008 9:16 PM

Me! said:

I started collecting U2 albums back in the days of War (ahh Vinyl!), and was lucky enough to get a copy of Achtung before it was released (which back in those days really meant something!)

Even though I realize it isn't their best album, I have a special place in my heart for Rattle And Hum. It's all about the time and place, I suppose. A time and place in my life, I mean. It's one of the best road trip albums I've ever heard.

::::: | February 4, 2008 10:48 PM

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