ryanrockmoran:

Crazy folk version of “Clampdown” that’s been stuck in my head today

therockspot:

“What Are You Like,” Indigo Girls

cheshireryan:

Indigo Girls, “Salty South”

Mister pull up a chair
I got time for tears
Tell me all the stories that you never did
Of the salty south
The Seminoles held out
While Geronimo died in a lonely jail

A thousand tides, and
A thousand waves
Takin’ it all away

It’ll come back in
We’ll be gone by then
And it’s a miracle we ever learned to live

Drain that land
For a better plan
Sugarcane and the civil man
But now the ringin’ dead them pines
Planted in that time
We gonna keep on killin’ till they get it right

A thousand tides, and
A thousand waves
Takin’ it all away

It’ll come back in
We’ll be gone by then, oh
And it’s a miracle we ever learned to live

I remember the wind
As it was settlin’
And every sun goin’ down was a picture then
But we look back at ‘em framed
They all look the same
There’s no sense of time, no sense of pain

A thousand tides, and
A thousand waves
Takin’ it all away

And it’ll come back in
We’ll be gone by then, oh
And it’s a miracle we ever learned to give

(Source: mithrandiiir)

redwrenphoto:

07/28/12

redwrenphoto:

07/28/12

(Source: fuckyeahgirlyman, via redwrenwalking)

delvedeep:

“the hardest to learn was the least complicated”

enteramessenger:

Listening to Indigo Girls in real time. Go!

dontcallmesmall:

Prince of Darkness- Indigo Girls

Maybe there’s no haven in this world for tender age
My heart beat like the wings of wild birds in a cage
My greatest hope, my greatest cause to grieve
And my heart flew from its cage and it bled upon my sleeve
The cries of passion were like wounds that needed healing
I couldn’t hear them for the thunder
I was half the naked distance between hell and heaven’s ceiling
And it almost pulled me under

proxydialogue:

Shame on You

Indigo Girls