nebulasnovasandnightsky:

look if you unironically say ‘money can’t buy happiness’ then either you’ve never faced a real financial struggle or you’ve achieved enlightenment, because goddamn does financial security feel an awful lot like happiness when it’s something you’re not used to

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cafai:

Drink too much coffee, wear lipstick that’s too dark, and never settle for a life you don’t want.

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iamnotagoodman:

this picture does something to me every time.

oh this. the epitome of mystery but passion and chemistry and we all want it

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"Though at times, i can’t seem to find the wor…"
Georgia Whots to Rakishi, “On grey seas” cir. 1956 (via 1924us)

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"I was so lost for such a long time when I was a kid. When I was 13 or 14, I thought, “So I’m supposed to get good grades so I can go to a college and then get a job?” It didn’t make sense."
Julian Casablancas (via alezsleeps)

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"I hope there are days when you fall in love with being alive."
Anonymous (via bl-ossomed)

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bonerdrag:

im not like other girls im morrissey 

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binkshapiro:

i think “do you look into the mirror to remind yourself you’re there” might be the saddest thing alex turner has ever written and that’s all i have to say

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"I feel like I’ve given up a lot of my fantasies. I just want to do things differently, and to a lot of people that’s annoying. I like weird stuff. I always hoped if we had a big success it would be on our own terms"
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If we needed some songs fast, then Morrissey would come round to my place and I’d sit there with an acoustic guitar and a cassette recorder. ‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out’ was done that way.

Morrissey was sat on a coffee table, perched on the edge. I was sat with my guitar on a chair directly in front of him. He had A Sony Walkman recording, waiting to hear what I was gonna pull out. So I said, ‘Well, I’ve got this one’ and I started playing these chords. He just looked at me as I was playing. It was as if he daren’t speak, in case the spell was broke.

We recorded ‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out’ in 10 minutes. I went on to add some flute overdub and strings and a couple of extra guitars, but really, the essence and the spirit of it was captured straight away, and that normally means that something’s gone really, really right. I have a version of that take with just the three instruments and the voice on it – it absolutely holds up as a beautiful moment in time. The Smiths were all in love with the sound that we were making. We loved it as much as everyone else, but we were lucky enough to be the ones playing it.

I didn’t realise that ‘There Is A Light’ was going to be an anthem but when we first played it I thought it was the best song I’d ever heard.

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mydogsnokes:

*sees person 3 miles away* *holds door open for them*

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