La vuelta al mundo para abrazarte por la espalda - J. Porcupine.
Capital Cities cover the Bee Gees’ classic “Stayin’ Alive”.
Stayin’ Alive | Capital Cities
Sorry I’m so late in replying! Answer: I was buying ALL THE THINGS. No really, remember how I complained about the friend who asked me to take a super heavy suitcase? I became the friend. I checked two 66-pound suitcases, brought one carry-on and a guitar on my back, and kindly asked my little sis and my dad to bring an electric bass and a ukulele, aside from their own stuff. Heh. :)
I’m back home and feeling all sorts of jet-lagged.
So much so that I typed jeg-latted the first two times.
Né?! P.S. I wish I could stop by to see you guys! :(
That’s what I’m saying! But for some reason, when you travel to and from Brazil the luggage weight limit is higher—71 lbs. each suitcase—so I’m just gonna take 6 lbs. worth of stuff out… or else she’ll end up paying for my back surgery, too.
funny story: I agreed to take my friend’s suitcase to the US before I found out it wEIGHS SEVENTY-SEVEN POUNDS.
What Matters | Priscila Mottola aka sipsofmymind
So. This was my very first freelance in songwriting back in 2006, for a Greenpeace ad. This is sort of a “revisited” version — I don’t think I knew what I was doing back then (and I still don’t!).
All I remember from their briefing is that I needed to write about how we’ve become careless and need to take care of the world better, Greenpeace style. Interesting how a recent song of mine also picked up on this same theme, but in a more personal POV…
Lyrics under the cut.
seriously! considering half of the attempts featured construction guys power drilling some furniture a few feet away. :)
dare I say best concert of my life? #ofmonstersandmen #lollapalooza #sideshow