Helpless Dancer

The Endless Note

Fiona Friday – Jeff Buckley

Jeff Buckley

As I have often said in the past Fiona just loved the voice and music of Jeff Buckley.

She would therefore have been bowled over this week with the release of a previously unreleased Buckley track which has been chosen as part of the soundtrack to the film “My Sister’s Keeper”

It is another epic cover version this time of a song by Elton John and Bernie Taupin which first appeard on the 1975 album “Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy”

“We All Fall In Love Sometimes” – Jeff Buckley

Wise men say
It looks like rain today
It crackled on the speakers
And trickled down the sleepy subway trains
For heavy eyes could hardly hold us
Aching legs that often told us
It’s all worth it
We all fall in love sometimes
The full moon’s bright
And starlight filled the evening
We wrote it and I played it
Something happened it’s so strange this feeling
Naive notions that were childish
Simple tunes that tried to hide it
But when it comes
We all fall in love sometimes
Did we, didn’t we, should we couldn’t we
I’m not sure `cause sometimes we’re so blind
Struggling through the day
When even your best friend says
Don’t you find
We all fall in love sometimes
And only passing time
Could kill the boredom we acquired
Running with the losers for a while
But our Empty Sky was filled with laughter
Just before the flood
Painting worried faces with a smile

my sisters keeper

To buy the Soundtrack click HERE

To buy the music of Jeff Buckley click HERE

To buy the music of Elton John click HERE

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June 26, 2009 - Posted by | Cover Stories, Fiona, Movies, Mrs D, New Music, Video | , , ,

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