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500 Days of Summer soundtrack leads to aggravation!


WHY DO I NOT LIVE IN A MAJOR CITY:

1. A Story of Boy Meets Girl – Mychael Danna and Rob Simonsen
2. Us – Regina Spektor
3. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out – The Smiths
4. Bad Kids – Black Lips
5. Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want – The Smiths (best Smiths song, no?)
6. There Goes The Fear – Doves
7. You Make My Dreams – Hall & Oates (!!!)
8. Sweet Disposition – The Temper Trap
9. Quelqu’un M’a Dit – Carla Bruni http://www.sendspace.com/file/n2pms8
10. Mushaboom – Feist
11. Hero – Regina Spektor
12. Bookends – Simon & Garfunkel
13. Vagabond – Wolfmother
14. She’s Got You High – Mumm-Ra
15. Here Comes Your Man – Meaghan Smith
16. Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want – She & Him

this couldn't have been any better if Zach Braff himself put it together.

happy belated Bastille Day! happy Mandela Day!

p.s...NEXT POST: INTERVIEW WITH THEORETICAL GIRL

Comments

  1. FUCK I missed Bastille Day. I was going to storm something, too, and with a pitchfork and in a peasanty hat.

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  2. Bastille Day is my birthday :D 500 days of summer fucking scares me. not the movie. just the idea. i need snow, NOW.

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  3. do you know this blog?
    http://thebeecharmer.wordpress.com
    i think you might like it
    (not mine, not spamming)
    :)

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  4. thanks for the tip! that's a cool blog. I wouldn't mind 500 days of summer...I haven't felt a thing yet!

    p.s. happy belated bday

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