Updating Salvation: A Collection Of Song Titles (5 of 8)

Posted: March 26, 2014 in Poetry
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These Are The Days22

Elephants & Flowers23

Should Rule The World24

Not the 725


Better That We Brake26

Rather than Rehab27

Slow Like Honey28


And Nobody’s Off The Hook29

Not a single Citizen of the Planet30


We deserve whatever Versions of Violence31

You choose32

As The Remedy (I Won’t Worry)33


If You Ever Come Back34

Bring more than The Flood35

Black Out the Sun36



22 O-Town. “These Are the Days.” O2. J Records, 2002. CD.

23 Prince. “Elephants & Flowers.” Graffiti Bridge. Paisley Park/Warner Bros., 1990. CD.

24 Take That. “Rule the World.” Beautiful World: Tour Souvenir Edition. Polydor, 2007. CD.

25 Prince. “7.” The Love Symbol Album. Paisley Park/Warner Bros, 1992. CD.

26 Maroon 5. “Better That We Break.” IT Won’t Be Soon Before Long. A&M/Octone, 2007. CD.

27 Amy Winehouse. “Rehab.” Back to Black. Island, 2006. CD.

28 Fiona Apple. “Slow Like Honey.” Tidal. Work Records, Columbia Records, 1996. CD.

29 Rufus Wainwright. “Nobody’s Off the Hook.” Release the Stars. Geffen, 2007. CD.

30 Alanis Morissette. “Citizen of the Planet.” Maverick Records, 2008. CD.

31 Alanis Morissette. “Versions of Violence.” Maverick Records, 2008. CD.

32 Take That. “You.” The Circus. Polydor, 2008. CD.

33 Jason Mraz. “The Remedy (I Won’t Worry).” Waiting For My Rocket To Come. Elektra, 2002. CD.

34 The Script. “If You Ever Come Back.” Science & Faith. Epic/Phonogenic, 2010. CD.

35 Take That. “The Flood.” Progress. Polydor, 2010. CD.

36 Darren Hayes. “Black Out the Sun.” Secret Codes and Battleships. Powdered Sugar, 2011. CD.

  1. Svelte says:

    Quite enjoying this series! 🙂

  2. I agree, this is a fun series. You’re making poem playlists!

  3. Miranda Stone says:

    Again, that last stanza–perfection.

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