Track: The Very Thought Of You
Artist: Nat King Cole
Album: The Unforgettable Nat King Cole


The Very Thought of You - Nat ‘King’ Cole

Written by Ray Noble, the jazz standard released in 1934 was recorded by Nat ‘King’ Cole in 1958.

…’Im living in a kind of daydream, I’m happy as a king, and foolish though it may seem, to me that’s everything…









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What a great muppet

"Love yourself —
when its fucking 2 a.m and you’re not even halfway through with your essay that was due last week.
when your mom is yelling at you because your grades are shit
when your dad comes home late smelling like booze
when your dog just died and youre the only one who took care of him
when your brothers girlfriend is cheating on him and if you tell him he’ll hate you
when you lost your best friend to someone you hate
when you think— no you wish that today was your last day,
just fucking love yourself because when every body is too busy trying to fuck up your life you’re the only person that can save you,
your life isnt some fucking john green novel, no one can save you but yourself."

— Unknown  (via barbieandken)


white Americans being against immigration is still and always will be the greatest irony of all time


remember when you used to watch anime in three parts on youtube

The Garden of Words 

"I thought it must have been fate, but now, I can’t see anything… I can’t see a shooting star anymore”

Inspired by  and 

openhotpot replied to your post: three hours later i have analyzed four…

do you know what that means? more chocolate

but i just wanna flop on my bed and sleep 

i’m not gonna sleep though, i’m gonna wait for my team lead to wake up (he lives in australia) so we can continue planning out our game

three hours later i have

i’m tired. i think it’s the sugar honestly.

so like i kinda fell in love with the deus ex soundtrack so now i’m going to make a journal of every single song, analyzing it, breaking it down instrument by instrument, listening to it for melodic structure and rhythmic structure, and basically tear it apart until i understand every single note that the composer wrote in 

along with every single effect he possibly used in the making of it so i can understand DAWs better and how he mastered the final mix of it 

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