When French Gets the Best of You…

So I got swamped with French homework this week, and I should have been more on top of it but I wasn’t and so it was all my fault. So unfortunately, you all just get another playlist this week. Jane, I promise it’s coming next week, even though I promised it this week.

I dedicate this one to my band director Michelle Clupper, because it more or less was inspired by The Beatles’ “Michelle.”

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  • Michelle — The Beatles
  • New Kid In Town — The Eagles
  • I Feel Free — Cream
  • Handle With Care — The Traveling Wilburys
  • Octopus’s Garden — The Beatles
  • Eye In The Sky — The Alan Parson’s Project (great band, I’m not afraid to admit it)
  • Thunder Road — Bruce Springsteen
  • Hey You — Pink Floyd
  • End Of The Line — The Traveling Wilburys
  • Brothers In Arms — Dire Straits
  • The Man Who Sold The World — Nirvana (originally by Bowie)
  • Livin’ Thing — ELO
  • Fluorescent Adolescence — The Arctic Monkeys
  • Give Me Novocaine — Green Day
  • The Story In Your Eyes — The Moody Blues
  • Girl From The North Country — Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash

It’s a short one, but it’s what I’ve got and it’s full of some great ones that most of my readers probably haven’t heard before. Maybe I’ll even link this one to YouTube at some point in the future. Any additions? Thoughts? Comment below 🙂 Until next week, when I promise to finally write about the album I’ve been promising my friend Jane for two months, keep listening!

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2 thoughts on “When French Gets the Best of You…

  1. I recently heard Octopus’s Garden for the first time and I loved it! Ps- I feel honored to have a playlist posted in my memory.

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