than I do. I know everything about her and I swear, if I had the chance to talk to her and get to know her, I'd be the happiest person in the whole world. I kinda wanna marry her too. She (and Patron Saint) prove that true love exist ??
My first experience with Regina Spektor came around the release of her album "Soviet Kitsch", and I have to be quite honest, I wasn't completely sure what I was listening to. The music sounded lovely, the voice...a bit eccentric but pleasurable on the...
I've loved Regina since I was 9. Ever since I've listened to her religiously. Her newest album What We Saw From the Cheap Seats was so amazing. I also have some insomnia, but every night I would fall alseep to that album. For some reason everything about her just comforts me.
You are my sweetest downfall
I loved you first, I loved you first
Beneath the sheets of paper lies my truth
I have to go, I have to go
Your hair was long when we first met
Samson went back to bed
Not much hair left on his head
He ate a slice of wonder bread and went...
I started my 'love affair' ( - clever pun there :L ) with Regina's wonderful music at about 14 and my friends sister, a student was listening to her album 11:11 and i have truly never heard ANYTHING like her quire and original style. After year of playing her albums...
While the lyrics and video of fidelity exude her sexdorable nature, "Us" has always been my personal favorite.
The "Rummaging for answers in the pages
Were living in a den of thieves" always makes me smile but it's more than her lyrics.
People that are truly multi or...
I love Regina Spektor. It started with "Samson," naturally, but I soon downloaded every song of hers I could find. Needless to say, I think she's amazing.
We wear our scarves just like a noose
But not 'cause we want eternal sleep
I often say, if there was one album I could have on a desert island, it would be 'Begin to Hope' by Regina Spektor. All the songs on that album are so amazing. I love them all; Samson, On the Radio, Better, Summer in the City, Edit, Hotel Song. Soooo good!!!!
Just got her new...
...is my favorite song by Regina Spektor.
My rhyme ain't good just yet,
My brain and tongue just met,
And they ain't friends, so far,
My words don't travel far,
They tangle in my hair,
And tend to go nowhere,
They grow right back inside,
Right past my brain and eyes