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April 27, 2011

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Ohh, I have a few. :)

The Man Who Can't Be Moved by the Script
The Scientist by Coldplay (really anything by Coldplay works, actually)
Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve
Mad World by Tears for Fears

It's times like these I wish I could make fanvids. :P

I don't know if I've ever thought of Dickens in terms of music, or music in terms of Dickens.

A couple of pieces by Yo-Yo Ma I think would be awesome in book/movie trailers for a few of Dickens's books.

Which ones, Selenia? I'd like to look them up!

There's a Paul McCartney song called "Jenny Wren." I vaguely remember hearing somewhere that he's a Dickens fan, actually.
Also, "Bitter Pill" by Mt. Desolation and "Sovereign Light Cafe" by Keane remind me sooooooooo much of Great Expectations that I want to reread it every time I listen to them!

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