Who Says I Can't...

November Blue sung by Scott Avett 

Good things came in the mail today…..

Good things came in the mail today…..

iflifesshadesofgray:

a-silly-little-moment:

Today’s Tunes

There are very few things I need in life to get me through the day however, music is always one of those things. Today, it’s just this.

(and no matter which tense you believe the following lyric ends in, the sentiment is all the same.)
I believe my life is gonna see the love I give returned to me. 

John Mayer - Wheel - Live in St. Louis 3.20.10

John Mayer - Walt Grace's Submarine Test, January 1967 (Commentary Teaser, Live at Berklee College of Music Master Class, March 11, 2011)
7,271 plays

alanwallis:

John Mayer
Walt Grace’s Submarine Test, January 1967 (Commentary Teaser)
2011-03-11: Berklee College of Music Master Class


Around this time last year, I was lucky enough to be a part of John Mayer’s master class at Berklee College of Music which took place after his clinic at the BPC. In the first hour of the class, he mentioned that he was writing a song called “Submarine Test, 1961.” At the end of the night, when he was trying to decide what new songs to play for us, I blurted out, “What about the submarine one?” like a jackass. In retrospect, I’m extremely glad I did.

John said, “I want the first time people hear it to be on the record,” so I’m only posting his commentary before/after the song and I’m not going to post the actual tune. It’s hands down the best song that I’ve heard so far from Born and Raised, and it’ll be worth the wait. Hopefully this little snippet will generate some more buzz for the album which is scheduled to be released on May 22nd.

419 plays

cemawe:

John Mayer | Wellington, NZ. 2010.

I play what I want and you’ll like it, yes you’ll like it. ‘Cause I can, and you’ll stay no matter what I play, and this is technically a new song. And I don’t know it, so it’s all wrong. It’s something new you can tag and you can throw on the internet and tell your friends.

Here’s the chorus to my song

Here’s the chorus to my song

Here’s the chorus to my song

Here’s the chorus to my song

Here’s the chorus to my song

This is kinda getting long, I think so.

Here comes the second verse where I describe things in detail. I only merely hinted that in the beginning of the song. I bend the lyrical tool, I take it and I wrap it around you. You relate to my stories, and stick around ‘cause.

Here’s the chorus to my song

Here’s the chorus to my song

Here’s the chorus to my song

And you already like it.

Here’s the chorus to my song, it’s kinda catchy and I think I might keep it in my head while I’m laying in my bed. Insomnia is worth it just to play for you all here. I know I won’t get to sleep, but it is worth it to sing you, oh the chorus to my song.

Oh the chorus to my song. It’s gotta be worth 50 dollars if I sell it, yeah. That’d be funny if I did. ‘Cause then I’d really be a man. I’d buy some sneakers and I’d write a whole new chorus to my song. 

Here’s the chorus to my song, I need more sneakers now. I can sell this one seperatly. I know I am in the minor key, you wish that it would go back to the way it was, ‘cause that was oh so sweet, remember this.

That’s the chorus to my song

That’s the chorus to my song

Now we’re back and you feel only so much better. It’s like a bathtub full of really warm water, and now it’s the bridge to a song that I like to call Daughters. 

Top 20 favorite ships | Barney & Robin (How I Met Your Mother)

“Boyfriend? I don’t want to be Robin’s boyfriend. I just want to be with her. All the time. I want to hear about her day and tell her about mine. I want to hold her hand and smell her hair. But I don’t want to be her stupid boyfriend.”

lifeislikeaboxofcrayons:

jeez, i miss this.

lifeislikeaboxofcrayons:

jeez, i miss this.