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I'm A Bit Obsessed With...


...this song at the moment "Somebody That I used To know" by Gotye featuring Kimbra. Doesn't it capture beautifully the strangeness and difficulty of having known someone intimately when now they are a stranger to you?  Favourite line of all: You can get addicted to a certain kind of sadness
Looking forward to the whole album coming out later this month :)

Comments

Getrealmommy said…
yes, love it. thanks for the intro. he is pretty sexy too...
Kylie said…
Very catchy! I can see the appeal. Kx
shade of whim said…
ooh! thanks for introducing me to this song. :)
also...thank you so much for your comment and stoping by SoW!! Lovely to be back in blog world - missed on so much. Your blog is looking fab. Am on my way (now) to read my through it x
Murgatroyd said…
Ooh, I like! Thanks for sharing :)
Minnado said…
I hadn't heard this before, thanks for sharing. I likes it! :)

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