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Ten days of perfect tunes The colours red and blue We had a promise made We were in love ~ Hear...


Ten days of perfect tunes
The colours red and blue
We had a promise made
We were in love




~ Heartbeats by The Knife
(I love the Jose Gonzalez cover!!)

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32 comments

  1. Heartbeats originally by The Knife

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  2. @Anonymous ~ thanks, I love this song. I'll have a listen to the original.

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  3. The song and the photos make me swoon!

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  4. that song is so beautiful and so are those pics! i really like the last one. *sigh*

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  5. What an amazing and inspiring post. I am amazed by the simplicity of the pictures and the song together. I needed this. thank you :)

    MJ

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  6. I love the second image, I want to make a headband like that. I also want that kind of romance...mmmmm dreamy. I also love Heartbeats - one of my favourite songs (I mostly just listen to the original, but Jose's is so beautiful too)

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  7. the last image is so beautiful...

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  8. Ah that Natalia photo is gorgeous!
    I love this song...kind of makes me a bit sad though when I listen to it in the wrong mood.
    It needs to be Summer I think.

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  9. That's a really wonderful cover song. Ah, I love The Knife; I have recently rediscoverd them. :)

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  10. I love these photos, so pretty.

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  11. @Kelly ~ isnt it beautiful!! I'm not sure where its from though, do you have any idea? I just got it from weheartit.

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  12. No! The knife are a million times better! I will have to get you onto them in a big way! They are my all-time fave. You must come along to knitting sometime Lissy!

    xx

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  13. jose gonzalez is perfect! i love this song, listen to his cover of love will tear us apart by joy division, its really lovely :)


    your blog is lovely my dear :) xxx

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  14. ooh those photos! i want that headband in the 2nd photo. happy weekend!

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  15. I'm loving that overly dramatic headband!

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  16. any link to the original version? i find it melancholic... pulling at my heartstrings..

    that thing on the girl's head (2nd pic) looks insane but just so right here.

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  17. Amazing song + lovely photos! Definitely made my night.

    xx

    V

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  18. I still love this song. never gets old!

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  19. The knife version is a million times better for sure. It wasn't meant to be acoustic, it was meant to be techno/electronica.

    The first time I heard the Jose Gonzales cover I actually hated it. I thought he totally ruined the song, the same with most of the songs he does covers of.

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  20. what lovely, dreamy photos! so serene just like your blog.
    xox

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    thanks for being such a great blog.
    i gave you a shout out for my blogawards :)

    check out the post,

    -kevin of basquiatthinksimcool.blogspot.com

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  22. Beautiful pictures! Thanks for the kind comment on my blog, taking a walk sounds pretty good :)

    ~vivian

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  23. love these photos! your blog is so so gorgeous! please have a look at my new rompers that I'm selling on etsy!
    www.gludafindslulu.blogspot.com
    xoxo

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  24. This song fits very nicely with the pictures.
    love love love.

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  25. i adore the original Knife verison of this song, one of my favourite tunes ever.

    beautiful photographs as well

    xx

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  26. Do you know crosses by jose gonzales?
    It is one of the most beautiful songs I know.

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  27. The photo of the two, pressed forehead to forehead is so sweet and youthful.
    This is the first time hearing Jose Gonzales and I LOVE his cover! Thank you so much for featuring him

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  28. i really love these pictures, theyre so peacfully!

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  29. You have officially made me a fan of Gonzales's music. I downloaded it and it is great music to listen to while writing. And it isn't that surprising that you work in a technical profession. All of the great classical thinkers, like Leonardo Da Vinci, never limited themselves to one discipline. Today, it feels like everyone and everything is becoming more specialized. When in reality, if we had more artists working in engineering and more engineers working in art, then I think there would be some very profound breakthroughs in both disciplines.

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