Mixer's Notes: Part 1 and part 2 are Theon and Asha, respectively, and part 3 is for the both of them. Inside the parts the songs are slightly chronologically, covering mostly before the war to post-ADWD. Warning for ambiguous incest. Also I am sorry because a) I am an itunes fail and the songs will probably have to be rearranged to be in the right order b) I tried but I couldn't keep the mumford and sons away because lbr sigh no more is about Theon Greyjoy c) my greyjoy feelings are too much to handle and this might show here.
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part 1: seal my heart and break my pride
1. tourist - julian casablancas
I wish that clouds could hold me up like I thought as a child growing up,
I wish I could sound as soothing as the rainfall,
But I am only a drop from the storm.
Feel like a tourist out in the country
Once this whole world was all countryside
Feel like a tourist in the big city
Soon I will simply evaporate.
2. mistaken for strangers - the national
You have to do it running but you do everything that they ask you to
Cause you don't mind seeing yourself in a picture
As long as you look faraway, as long as you look removed
Showered and blue-blazered, fill yourself with quarters.
You get mistaken for strangers by your own friends
When you pass them at night under the silvery, silvery city bank lights
Arm in arm in arm and eyes and eyes glazing under
Oh you wouldn't want an angel watching over
Surprise, surprise they wouldn't wanna watch.
Another un-innocent, elegant fall into the un-magnificent lives of adults.
3. dust bowl dance - mumford and sons
I've been kicked off my land at the age of sixteen
And I have no idea where else my heart could have been
I placed all my trust at the foot of this hill
And now I am sure my heart can never be still.
So collect your courage and collect your horse
And pray you never feel this same kind of remorse.
Seal my heart and break my pride
I've nowhere to stand and now nowhere to hide
Align my heart, my body, my mind
To face what I've done and do my time.
4. get real, get right - sufjan stevens
A ring of fire, a ring of fire falling on your face
You dream of the dark age, you dream of the dark age of your youth
Consider the danger, consider the danger, as it moves.
Prophet, brother, priest and king
Snake-skinned master at your feet
Barricade the bathroom doors
Find some things you can't ignore.
I know I've lost my conscience
I know I've lost all shame
But I must do the right thing
I must do myself a favor and get real
Get right with the Lord.
5. the cave - mumford and sons
It's empty in the valley of your heart,
The sun it rises slowly as you walk,
Away from all the fears
and all the faults you've left behind.
'Cause I have other things to fill my time,
You take what is your's and I'll take mine,
Now let me at the truth
which will refresh my broken mind.
Cause I need freedom now,
And I need to know how,
To live my live as its meant to be.
But I will hold on hope,
And I won't let you choke,
On the noose around your neck,
And I'll find strength in pain,
And I will change my ways,
I'll know my name as it's called again.
part 2: she does what the night does to the day
6. she's thunderstorms - arctic monkeys
She came and substituted
the peace and quiet
for acrobatic blood, flow, concertina
When you feeling far away
She does what the night does to the day
7. the age of the understatement - the last shadow puppets
The boring would warn you be careful of her brigade
In order to tame this relentless marauder
Move away from the parade.
And she was walking on the tables in the glass house
Endearingly bedraggled in the wind
Subtle in her method of seduction
The twenty little tragedies begin
Before this attraction ferments
Kiss me properly and pull me apart
8. leave my body - florence and the machine
I'm gonna be released from behind these lines
And I don't care whether I live or die
And I'm losing blood, I'm gonna leave my bones
And I don't want your heart it leaves me cold
I don't need a husband, don't need no wife
And don't need the day, I don't need the night
And I don't need the birds let them fly away
And I don't want the clouds
They never seem to stay
I don't want no future
I don't need no past
One grand moment
Is all i ask
I'm gonna leave my body
Moving up to higher ground
I'm gonna lose my mind
But history keeps pulling me
9. sailing to nowhere - broken bells
And diamonds a dozen
Sailing to nowhere
They burn and float on
Still we move on through the night
Running in circles
A mouse on the table
I try to feel, I just don't
Hurtin' and dead inside
Go on and cut 'em in half
part 3: can you make it feel like home
10. modern girls and old-fashioned men - the strokes feat. regina spektor
Modern girls always have to go
Old-fashioned men always want a mistress
(You were right) Modern girls always get their way
(I was wrong) Modern men dream of what they can't say.
(That's alright) That's alright
(I don't belong) I don't belong
Oh yes, we're falling down
So fucking help me up
11. born to die - lana del rey
Oh, my heart it breaks every step that I take
But I'm hoping that the gates,
They'll tell me that you're mine
Walking through the city streets
Is it by mistake or desire?
I feel so alone on the fridays nights
Can you make it feel like home
Don't make me sad, don't make me cry
Sometimes love is not enough and the road gets though
I don't know why
12. welcome home - radical face
Peel the scars from off my back
I don't need them anymore
You can throw them out or keep them in your mason jars
I've come home
All my nightmares escaped my head
Bar the door, please don't let them in
You were never supposed to leave
Now my head's splitting at the seams
And I don't know if I can
Here, beneath my lungs, I feel your thumbs press into my skin again.
13. feel the tide - mumford and sons
She sits him down in a stiff chair
Rubs his back and strapes his hair
Telling him it's ok to cry
But he just sits and stares
The merciless moon outside
Has nothing now he's come to realize
Only the desolation he feels
The cold distance inside
But you and I now, we can be alright
Just hold on to what we know is true
You and I now, 'though it's cold inside
Can feel the tide turning.