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selfishchimp

DJ since May 11, 2009
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selfishchimp Cause I need something to forget what got me in this mess Feeling less and less My judgement is not clear I do things that I fear I would never do

HaydenTrees Lounge

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selfishchimp "Falling out of touch with all my friends are somewhere getting wasted"
selfishchimp not sure why I find this embarrassing to add, but I do. Huge song in '94.

Counting Crows-Mr Jones (rare acoustic)

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selfishchimp interesting (good) version: Van Morrison - Cyprus Avenue
selfishchimp Van Morrison - Cyprus Avenue (original)
selfishchimp One more, very Canadian: The Lowest Of The Low - Rosy and Grey
selfishchimp I love this entire album. It reminds me of going for runs in highschool with a walkman and being in love with a girl from school.
selfishchimp For Marina.

Otis Redding-Sitting on the dock of the bay

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selfishchimp Yup. Lets drink malt liquor and go bother the raver kids. (reblip)
selfishchimp When I want to know if I'll get alone with a person I play Blues Explosion for them...
selfishchimp Wish the original was on here as well.
selfishchimp Just discovered one of my favourite Springsteen songs covered by one of my favourite contemporary bands!
selfishchimp I love Okkervil River... this is probably the most accessible of their older stuff...
selfishchimp Makes me want to slow dance with a beautiful women in an old barn at dusk... oddly enough.
selfishchimp Beck's Mellow Gold was the first CD I ever bought. I still remember walking home with it all shiny and shrink wrapped.

BeckLoser

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