guess what? frog god just released a new album. for fans of: lo-fi, psychedelic pop, freak folk, shoegaze, dream pop, garage rock. Frog God Lives!, by frog god. 14 track album. Frog God. · 12 January ·. surprise! new frog god EP. this one is for the boys.
We’d like to say it was a standout from the album, but frankly that does a disservice to the rest of the record – it is a collection of standouts. A mix of folky Americana, lo-fi pop and indie strum all matched with some of the best lyrics you’re ever likely to come across. It really is that good. Listen/download it below.
God Once Loved a Woman Frog. Woman Trouble Boogiemen.
Quotes Authors J Jacques Deval God loved the birds and invented. God loved the birds and invented trees. Man loved the birds and invented cages. A Dictionary of Environmental Quotations" by Barbara K. Rodes and Rice Odell, (p. 22), 1992.
Have You Ever Loved a Woman" is a blues song written by Billy Myles and first recorded by American blues artist Freddie King in 1960. The song is performed as a slow blues with King's vocal and guitar accompanied by a small combo of pianist Sonny Thompson, bassist Bill Willis, and drummer Phillip Paul. When it was released by Federal Records in 1961, only the B-side to King's single, "You've Got to Love Her with a Feeling" reached the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart.
A Woman Once Loved book. the revenge of a woman once loved. It began in the golden glow of summer, 1921, when the Newport rich played pretty, passionate games, amid their seaside chateaux. And sultry Clemmie Wilder, the heartbreak heiress, played them best of all. Until she met Whit Morris. Tall, lean and dangerous, he was the perfect aristocrat, did everything exactly right. It began in the golden glow of summer, 1921, when the Newport rich played pretty, passionate games, amid their seaside chateaux
I once loved a lass I loved her sae weel I hated all others who spoke of her ill But now she's rewarded me well for my love For she's gone to be wed to another. I saw my love to the church go With bridesgroom and bridesmaidens they made a fine show And I followed on with my heart full of woe She was gone to be wed to another. I saw my love sit down to dine As I sat down beside her I poured out the wine I drank to the lassie that should have been mine Even though she'd been wed to another