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Luna — Still At Home
Album: Rendezvous
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7

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Total ratings: 561









Released: 2004
Length: 5:02
Plays (last 30 days): 1
The little girl, the black fields
Never had a way to deal with
Her old man

Now you need her, you could try it
You could burst up through the floorboards
And maybe then

I got a cold master and
She's gonna tell you
She's gonna break my back with a
Bit of amusement oh man
We're holding hands

So if the words get in the way
Hold the silence but just don't stay there
You're in the sand

When everything comes crying to you
Say bye bye goodbye to holding hands

You've got to sell it over and
I'm gonna buy you
I've got a television with
So many lines to bet on
She hasn't come home
Bobby, i'm still at home

I've got a cold master and
She's gonna tell you
She's gonna break my back with a
Bit of amusement oh man
Can we make amends?
Bobby, i'm still at home
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The jacket makes me think i would wildly ride...
Wonderful. Mellow and cozy. And leave Neil Young alone.  
Guitar part is very similar to Neil Youngs Cortez the Killer.
 whtahtefcuk wrote:

The Neil Young?? I am guessing it the guitar solo that make you think this?... Quiet version of Neil's rambling guitar work.

 

Yes, a "cleaner" sound; sounds like he's using a Fender guitar instead of a Gibson.
More LUNA please.
They are in a class of their own.
neil young meets deathcab immediate 9 that upon further listens makes you consider giving a 10 and wish there was a 9.5 option to up avg but keep fair
Such an awesome band! Great album that seems to capture another time in my mind.
I believe I had the same print on the wall of my sophomore year dorm room. At one time or another, the girl was there too. 
 Bert7 wrote:
Very nice Sunday morning.

 
Very nice Thursday evening
more Luna!!
 garyalex wrote:
Like this one.  Maybe a little Neil Youngish?
 
Thought the same thing.
Nice tune
Very nice Sunday morning.
This is beautiful.
do need to hear more from this album
 ktnsb wrote:
Great example of an extremely well done, medium tempo simple tune. These guys are good musicians.
Like the album cover. (uh, do we still call it an "album cover"?)
 
Yes, Yes and Yes  (I do : )   (that's Greta in the Shanghai Inn, yum yum memories : P
Neil Young meets Built to Spill.
Can't be too bad!
Like that EZ tele
Mell O.
Just to say:  Nice set this morning Bill and Rebecca.
Thanks. 
 garyalex wrote:
Like this one.  Maybe a little Neil Youngish?
 
Thinking the same thing.
very nice! perfect for tonight...
Couldn't have said it any better... 
  black321 wrote:
This song really snuck-up on me, quite nicely.
 


This song really snuck-up on me, quite nicely.
Great Luna song... one of two with guitarist Sean Eden on vocals. I love this band, love this album... more please!

Sean is a great guitar player too. Check out their album "Penthouse".
My Morning Jacket-ish. I dig. 9
 garyalex wrote:
Like this one.  Maybe a little Neil Youngish?

 
The Neil Young?? I am guessing it the guitar solo that make you think this?... Quiet version of Neil's rambling guitar work.

sounds good!
Like this one.  Maybe a little Neil Youngish?

 bam23 wrote:
Really nice lyrical guitar playing from my perspective. Never heard this before.
 

Indeed, indeed!!!

Wow, this is reeeaaally nice if you ask me!  (but who's asking right {#Lol})
9
Another blockbuster cover.
 MM wrote:

I guess too many people agreed with you, that's why they decided to hang it up. It's called "subtlety".. there's too little of it today and too little appreciation of it, too. Great band in my humble opinion.
 
I agree with you, MM, I always liked their music.  This one's particularly hypnotic.

Really nice lyrical guitar playing from my perspective. Never heard this before.
subtle
eskles wrote:
This song, and by extension the band, can be described in one word: innocuous
I guess too many people agreed with you, that's why they decided to hang it up. It's called "subtlety".. there's too little of it today and too little appreciation of it, too. Great band in my humble opinion. :beat:
This song, and by extension the band, can be described in one word: innocuous
Lunahhhh Lunahhhhhh er you get the idea
Great example of an extremely well done, medium tempo simple tune. These guys are good musicians. Like the album cover. (uh, do we still call it an "album cover"?)
It occurs to me that this is alot like that Brian Ferry song with the casio keyboard opening. But smooth.
:cool:
I never heard this song before, but it sounds good. Greatings from Italy and happy holiday to everybody
One of the rare songs Sean Eden sings...great guitar work at end forms one of the more poignant sequences from their movie "Tell Me Do You Miss Me".