The sound of tennis court

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Some songs stick to my brain like superglue, and keep reactivating my neural pathways, adding new associations and perspectives to the ones already there. This month has had not only one, but several songs, that I just have to put on “repeat” on my iPhone, iPad or MacBook. I even put on some of them while I shower! One of my favorites right now, is Lorde with “tennis court”. I actually found it in the blog-world, unfortunately without saving the page it came from, and immediately fell in love with the strange rhythm, lyrics and melody. It`s a song that fits perfectly to society today, and I honor Lorde for an honest video that silently speaks volumes and delivers the message loud and clear (compared to all the booty-songs out there) 

                                                                                          

  And the sound goes on:

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10 thoughts on “The sound of tennis court

    David said:
    October 13, 2013 at 02:45

    Thanks! On top of a cool video, this song killed the other ear worm that was going to make sleep difficult.

    NZFiend said:
    October 13, 2013 at 15:58

    Please try another song called “LOVE CLUB” by LORDE and check the lyrics. She is the daughter of a well known New Zealand poet and wrote most of this stuff when she was fourteen. Simply stunning. http://youtu.be/Ca50eYQR58Q New Zealand has so much talent.

      mirrorgirl responded:
      October 13, 2013 at 16:01

      Wow! Will do, will not find it at spotify I know 🙂 she has so much talent. Must be all that right-side activity.

        NZFiend said:
        October 13, 2013 at 16:05

        ADhD and left handed you mean? 😉

        mirrorgirl responded:
        October 13, 2013 at 16:10

        No wonder:) left-handers use more of the right brain when it comes to language for example, ad/hd is also typical. Are they sure about her diagnosis ? Would be interesting if her family also has some manic traits (as it often goes together with the other mentioned traits)

    NZFiend said:
    October 13, 2013 at 15:59

    We may have a lot of talent. We also have the highest rate of teen suicide in the world. And also the highest rate of suicide by FATHERS. The second highest rate of imprisonment… And… Well…

      mirrorgirl responded:
      October 13, 2013 at 16:00

      Seems like something went really wrong 😦 not good. What do you think is the problem and is the country working with solutions you think will work ?

        NZFiend said:
        October 13, 2013 at 16:03

        No. The country is not working. Far too “free market” and “business” orientated. Everything has to work on a business model — including public mental health it would seem.

        We have some absurd laws – The press are not allowed to report on suicides for fear of “copy cat” incidences. This, really, is just so wrong.

        mirrorgirl responded:
        October 13, 2013 at 16:07

        It’s actually turning that way in Norway too. It scares me, as I try to speak up and warn people. But it seems like it’s hard for people to look outside their own courtyards – as long as booze becomes cheaper and we can drive faster (that’s what our new government will make sure of) we are very satisfied.. 😦

        I know that law: it’s a dilemma: because when famous people do commit suicide, and especially if they write about how they did it, others will, too. But that is different from not mentioning it at all, together with good information that gives hope! It’s either too little or too much in the society and lives of people today 😦

        What is your solution to it? Am always looking for smart thoughts that I can pass on 🙂

    The sound of royals | Mirrorgirl said:
    November 20, 2013 at 08:25

    […] have presented one video from Lorde before, since I really love her songs (Tennis Court). This time I will embed another song, that probably many of you have heard before. But if you […]

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