All this bad blood here, won’t you let it dry? 
/ All of your flaws and all of my flaws
/ But oblivion is calling out your name


Annie Hall (1977)

"A relationship, I think, is like a shark. You know? It has to constantly move forward or it dies. And I think what we got on our hands is a dead shark."

The scraping of metal to metal,
fracturing of glass, the ejection of
airbag cushioning your chest:
a boxing glove hugging your sternum.
Siren songs follow shortly after.
People ask, Are you okay?

Air at 2:47 AM seems to carry sound better.
It’s clearer, cleaner; there’s less muddled
space for the sonic notes to travel. As they
nestle neatly into my ears, I stand
feet away from the train tracks.
The whistle yells at the top of it’s lungs:
Please look out for me. I don’t want to hurt you.

When you left, there wasn’t any rubble,
debris, or disaster zone. Ground zero
looked exactly like the cutting ceremony.
The worst part was the silence. Nothingness
pounded my ears closed. I couldn’t even
hear my own breathing. I forgot what a
heartbeat was.

( Cacophony by Alex Dang! (via wordsoftakumi) )

Artist: The 1975
Track Name: "Sex"
Played: 247 times
Artist: Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Track Name: "Home"
Played: 10 times



Artist: Bright Eyes
Track Name: "First Day Of My Life"
Played: 14 times
Artist: The Killers
Track Name: "When you were young"
Played: 250 times


day 10 a song from your favorite band:i really like the killers and this song and that should cover it hahah i really really enjoy this song and the killers because like almost all the songs i’vee posted the speak a truth about my life hope you enjoy

Artist: The Fray
Track Name: "How To Save A Life (Acoustic)"
Played: 20 times


Day 44: If you were to release an album, this song would have to be on it

How to Save a Life - the Fray

Artist: Bastille
Track Name: "Flaws"
Played: 20 times


Bad Blood

When all of your flaws and all of my flaws
Are laid out one by one...
Artist: Arctic Monkeys
Track Name: "505"
Played: 16 times

this was relevant when I was in 6th grade and it’s still relevant in college 


this was relevant when I was in 6th grade and it’s still relevant in college