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  • ruudkeulers

    Love it!

    28. Jan., 20:05 Antworten
  • kevincrumbs

    Total tearjerker.

    30. Jan. 2012 Antworten
  • rayneonme

    I adore this Lady and her music<<<3<<

    26. Okt. 2011 Antworten
  • jillian8

    Lucinda gets under my skin ;)

    29. Mai. 2011 Antworten
  • davidbowiegirl

    Good song

    19. Apr. 2011 Antworten
  • ecorunner

    an amazing song...

    4. Mär. 2011 Antworten
  • semionato

    copenhagen is not exactly centered on details, and there're not many of them. the way she describes the city, the awful weather, does not go into detail. everybody can understand and expect such descriptions (the sky is gray, the snow is falling), but the way she melts herself into the snow, the sky, the lovely language, the handshakes, that builds up to amazing poetry, she seems like levitating through the streets, the voices, the people. so, thundering news stroke her and that's it for the detailing, then she starts comparing the news to a snowball shattering her face, and the poetry kicks in. "you're flecks of light/ you're mist", i think stuff like this is more powerful than carefully chosen details from that night, they're reflections about that night. it's such a rich song coming from so little ('little' as in modest and just a few, not as in opposed to 'big'), the sky, the snow, the news. the nicest details of the song, for me, are the ones given to reverie.

    1. Mär. 2011 Antworten
  • OCD4CDz

    this is just my early favorite but it will probably stay that

    24. Feb. 2011 Antworten
  • semionato

    it's a quite dreamy masterpiece, the beginning, the first words "thundering news hits me like a snowball striking my face and shattering", the frailness of responding to an unexpected event in a foreign country, people speaking in lovely undecipherable language, unfamiliar streets... there's something quite... wintery in the instrumentation that works perfectly with the lyrics, which is in my opinion the strongest of the album. i love when lucinda sings she was 57 years old when the incident took place. don't know why, maybe because i don't remember any song reminiscing an incident in which the singer reveals his/her age when it happened. sounds like a beautiful way to inscribe herself in that event and to inscribe the listener to her experience. and it's so beautiful that lucinda, in her middle-aged wisdom, confesses that she grasps mortality just as faintly as a 7-year-old.

    23. Feb. 2011 Antworten