1. Pinesong (A Fine Frenzy)
The words you speak stir things in me that I thought were gone. Their faint white heat melts centuries deep in frost. I can feel it through the fields of graves, a beating heart while rolling hills are roaming through my veins, and open arms, and all is full of hope.
2. The Hiding (Rising Fawn)
In the dust, you are holding hands with fear. Is it too late to sing loud? You have grown so inwardly here and with these notes that you’ve buried.
3. Maybe Not Tonight (Glen Hansard)
Echoes of another time playing lightly on my mind. There’s many rivers still cross to temper bitterness and loss, though what you say is true, this might be it for me and you. Maybe we can draw that line, maybe another time. Well I wanna do what’s right, but maybe not tonight.
4. Certainty (Laura Gibson)
Carve your frozen lips around the words you’re meant to say, I swear I heard you closing in. The way of every conversation ends in someone wondering if they were in the wrong. Take one more honest look, I will apologize I’m sure, seems nothing ends in certainty these days.
5. Blunderbuss (Jack White)
I laid you down and touched you like the two of us both needed, safe to say that others might not approve of this and pleaded. “So selfish,” then would be their cry and who’d be brave to argue? Doin’ what two people need is never on the menu.
6. I’m An Animal (Neko Case)
Pick up that rock (drink from that lake), I do my best but I’m made of mistakes. Yes, there are things I’m still quite sure of, I love you this hour, this hour today, and heaven will smell like the airport (airport), but I may never get there to prove it. So let’s not waste our time thinking how that ain’t fair.
7. Avalanches (Culla’s Song) (A Fine Frenzy)
The sun is overhead and you lift your face up to the sky and you sing this place the sweetest song it’s ever known. Then slowly the deer and the rabbits crept outside to hear, the grizzlies left their great big teeth and their claws at home. Don’t be scared of avalanches tucked up in my snowy branches, I will. And look how well the gray wolf dances, you bring light and second chances, I will, oh I will.
8. Someone You’d Admire (Fleet Foxes)
After all is said and done I feel the same. All that I hoped would change within me stayed like a huddled moon-lit exile on the shore, warming his hands, a thousand years ago.
9. The Night Comes (Eisley)
When the night comes I’ll be the one with torches, I’m shining on. And when your head hit the bed that I’m lying on, I’ll be your watcher through the night. Because I’m, I’m better than this, and you all, you couldn’t resist, and that’s ok because I love you all, I love you all, I love you the most.
10. January Hymn (The Decemberists)
How I lived a childhood in snow and all my teens in tow stuffed in strata of glow. Hail the winter days after dark, wandering the gray memorial park, a fleeting beating of hearts. What were the words I meant to say before she left? When I could see her breath lead where she was going to.
11. I Know You Care (Ellie Goulding)
Oh, but I know you care, I know it is always been there, but there’s trouble ahead, I can feel it, you are just saving yourself when you hide it,. Yeah, I know you care, I see it in the way you stare, as if there was trouble ahead and you knew it, I’ll be saving myself from the ruin. And know it wasn’t always wrong, but I’ve never known a winter so cold, now I don’t warm my hands in your coat. But I still hope, ’cause this is how things ought to have been, and I know the worst of it wasn’t all that it seemed, why can’t I dream? Why can’t I dream?
12. All the Way Down (Glen Hansard)
And what chance had we got when you missed every shot for me? And in the morning when you’re turning, I’ll be out of reach, and in the darkness when you find this, I’ll be far to sea. And you have broken me all the way down, you’ll be the last, you’ll see, down, down, down.
13. Bury Your Past (Merriment)
Oh you deserve your pain when you’re sitting alone in your house and your lights are off ’cause you don’t know who you are but it hurts. Your pain when you’re sitting alone in your house and your lights are off and you don’t know who you are but it hurts. So you forget her now she’s gone, so you forget her now she’s gone, like a beautiful day that carried you all the way home, like a beautiful day that carried you all the way home.