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15th January 2011
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some far off feeling, some up close kind of ache, that instant karma that always comes too late
being a fan of m ward and bright eyes - in particular conor oberst - i was excited when i heard they were collaborating with jim james for monsters of folk. i bought their debut album and was a little underwhelmed with the result. the more i listened to though the more it grew on me, and perhaps unsurprisingly the oberst led tracks became my favourites. top of those is the song map of the world which in it's opening lines articulates, far more eloquently than i can, a big reason why i wanted to go travelling:

there's a map of the world on the wall in your room
green pins where you want to go
white pins where you've been
there isn't even ten
and you're already feeling old


a mantra for anyone who doesn't have enough stamps in their passport

here's the original
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15/01/2011
some far off feeling
being a fan of m ward and bright eyes - in particular conor oberst - i was excited when i heard they were collaborating with jim james for monsters of folk. i bought their debut album and was a little underwhelmed with the result. the more i listened to though the more it grew on me, and perhaps unsurprisingly the oberst led tracks became my favourites. top of those is the song map of the world which in it's opening lines articulates, far more eloquently than i can, a big reason why i wanted to go travelling:

there's a map of the world on the wall in your room
green pins where you want to go
white pins where you've been
there isn't even ten
and you're already feeling old


a mantra for anyone who doesn't have enough stamps in their passport

here's the original