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sirenswansong · 9 months ago
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...sorry for not winning you an arcade ring
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newyorkthegoldenage · 2 months ago
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View from the Ferris wheel at Coney Island, July 5, 1947.
Photo: Paul Bernius for the New York Daily News
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frankiecheech · a month ago
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Bettie on the Beach maybe Coney Island looking quite young and lovely
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seedaylight · 7 months ago
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and it gets   c o l d e r   &   c o l d e r   as the sun goes down
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reputayswift · 5 months ago
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WERE YOU WAITING
AT OUR OLD SPOT
IN THE TREE LINE
BY THE GOLD CLOCK
DID I LEAVE YOU HANGING EVERY SINGLE DAY?
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WERE YOU STANDING
IN THE HALLWAY
WITH A BIG CAKE
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
DID I PAINT YOUR BLUEST SKIES THE DARKEST GRAY?
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A UNIVERSE AWAY
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AND WHEN I GOT INTO THE ACCIDENT
THE SIGHT THAT FLASHED BEFORE ME
WAS YOUR FACE
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BUT WHEN I WALKED UP TO THE PODIUM
I THINK THAT I FORGOT TO
SAY YOUR NAME...
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I’M ON A BENCH IN CONEY ISLAND—
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drunkonmoonlight · 24 days ago
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coney island deserves all the love in the world and i don't give two fucks about your opinion.
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“Coney Island is actually something that my brother Bryce wrote and started the music for, and he had worked a lot on folklore and also on evermore and obviously we do so much together. I had sort of developed it, and Taylor wrote Coney Island with Joe, actually, Joe Alwyn, and they felt that it was like - it felt very much, of all the songs we made, that one felt the most related to The National or something musically, or in the character in her mind, of the song, she was hearing Matt [Berninger]. So we asked Matt is he would sing, and he was totally up for it, and then Bryan [Devendorf] and Scott [Devendorf] joined us, and it just felt like - I feel like, all the songs I wrote with the band and all the work I've done with Matt and everyone is what prepared me to do everything I do now, whether it's all the work that Taylor and I have done, or Big Red Machine stuff. I kind of went to this 20-plus year school of making songs and uncompromising records with your buddies, you just have to figure it out. How do you make great recordings? How do you write songs? How do you structure these ideas? Because in a way, the way we work has always been kind of remote because we hardly ever sit in the same room and hash things out. It's usually like, I make sketches, and Matt writes to the sketches, and the band develops it. So it did feel like full circle, that song. It's very much a Taylor Swift song, but The National's presence you can feel in Matt's voice, and Bryan's drumming, and Bryce's presence, and Scott. It's just - it felt good to connect those dots for sure.”
— Aaron Dessner on coney island (x)
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aunicorndumbass · 8 months ago
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coney island, single concept 🌧️✨ (click for high quality) and i'm sitting on a bench in coney island wondering, "where did my baby go?"
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loseyoutoloveme · 8 months ago
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You left me no choice but to stay here forever.
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sirenswansong · 9 months ago
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i was just asking myself “who hurt taylor at a mall” because “meet me behind the mall” and “we were like the mall before the internet / it was the one place to be” are such sad lyrics to me and then i remembered this
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taylornation · 8 months ago
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“Did I paint your bluest skies the darkest gray? A universe away.” 🪐✨ http://taylor.lnk.to/evermorealbumdlx
📷: Beth Garrabrant
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tolerateit · 7 months ago
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Lost again with no surprises, disappointments, close your eyes and it gets colder and colder, when the sun goes down
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