Country Cousins - Suzuki Method
Gonna Make My Own Money - Deap Vally
My LCA (Little Box of Magic) - Githead
The Tape - Working For A Nuclear Free City
I Can Hear It When You Sing - Milk Teddy
Circumspect Penelope - Look Blue Go Purple
Apollo Creed - The Hippy Mafia
Only Man - Audio Bullys
Lookout - Orgone
Little Bob - Black Grape
Something Real - Secret of Life
Push Me On - Doves
Jelly Legs - Children Collide
Circe - Ruby Tingle
Impersonator - Majical Cloudz
Things I Wish I'd Said - The Chameleons
Unconvinced - Autumn Owls
Like Cat's Eyes - Silverclub
Thanks For The Tourniquet - Rubberneck Lions
THE BROKEN HEART.
by John Donne
He is stark mad, whoever says,
That he hath been in love an hour,
Yet not that love so soon decays,
But that it can ten in less space devour ;
Who will believe me, if I swear
That I have had the plague a year?
Who would not laugh at me, if I should say
I saw a flash of powder burn a day?
Ah, what a trifle is a heart,
If once into love's hands it come !
All other griefs allow a part
To other griefs, and ask themselves but some ;
They come to us, but us love draws ;
He swallows us and never chaws ;
By him, as by chain'd shot, whole ranks do die ;
He is the tyrant pike, our hearts the fry.
If 'twere not so, what did become
Of my heart when I first saw thee?
I brought a heart into the room,
But from the room I carried none with me.
If it had gone to thee, I know
Mine would have taught thine heart to show
More pity unto me ; but Love, alas !
At one first blow did shiver it as glass.
Yet nothing can to nothing fall,
Nor any place be empty quite ;
Therefore I think my breast hath all
Those pieces still, though they be not unite ;
And now, as broken glasses show
A hundred lesser faces, so
My rags of heart can like, wish, and adore,
But after one such love, can love no more.