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"New York" - St. Vincent (#TBT)

Remember when Irina used to do #ThrowbackThursdays about her favorite slightly older songs? Ima bring that back right now.


St. Vincent's last album was pretty good, as nearly her whole canon is. A departure in sound, sure, but still better than most mainstream artists' output. 

When I first heard this song last year, it immediately stayed with me. There was something about this song that touched my heart from right off the bat. Now, when I relisten, I remember a situation that no longer exists. And how maybe I would do things differently, be different, but as I spent the night telling a friend ... you can't change the past, just can learn from it.

I will probably relisten to this song whenever I go back to New York City. Whenever that is! LOL. 

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