[ ]   [ ]   [ ]                        [ ]      [ ]   [ ]
Norah Jones — Little Broken Hearts
Album: Little Broken Hearts
Avg rating:
7.2

Your rating:
Total ratings: 980









Released: 2012
Length: 3:04
Plays (last 30 days): 2
Little broken hearts of the night
Slowly picking up their knives
On the way to the fight
Tonight they want revenge

Beautiful soldiers in their beds
Making love inside their hands
With no chance to defend
Tonight could be their end

With the weapons in their hands
And their eyes closed as they stand
Can they end it all tonight so easily?

Did the darkness of their days
Make them let go of their light?
Will they want to find a way
To make it all right?

When the beautiful awake
See the sadness in their eyes
Will they want to find a way
To make it all right?
To make it all right?

Only the fallen need to rise
What if lightning strikes them twice?
Will they give up on their lives
And finally divide?

Did the darkness of their days
Make them let go of their light?
Can they ever find a way
To sleep side by side?

When the beautiful awake
See the sadness in their eyes
Will they ever find a way
To sleep side by side,
To sleep side by side,
To sleep side by side?
Comments (42)add comment
 lizardking wrote:

Not sure if you're being sincere with your 'who would have guessed Ravi is her dad?' comment.....I'd guess that the average RP listener does know this....though like you said, the Wiki pages populating with the songs helps with a lot of unasked questions so yeah....Long Live RP!!
 
Nope. Pretty average listener, didn't know that.  (I don't always read the bio or wiki)
 Canadese wrote:
Now here is an interesting fact that one would never have guessed if it wasn't for RP attaching a bio. Norah Jones is the daughter of sitar player  Ravi Shanker, who was brought to world prominence by his association with George Harrison in the early '70s.
 
Not sure if you're being sincere with your 'who would have guessed Ravi is her dad?' comment.....I'd guess that the average RP listener does know this....though like you said, the Wiki pages populating with the songs helps with a lot of unasked questions so yeah....Long Live RP!!
 hayduke2 wrote:
Mudhoney poster 01.jpg
Norah's song is ok but this album cover gets me right back into Russ Meyer's Camp of Black Humor
 
I'm pretty sure that's intentional
Now here is an interesting fact that one would never have guessed if it wasn't for RP attaching a bio. Norah Jones is the daughter of sitar player  Ravi Shanker, who was brought to world prominence by his association with George Harrison in the early '70s.
Not the guitar, but the bass, I think. Love is the drug - Roxy Music But there’s room in that groove for more than one song!
"Passion Debased by Lust"  : )    when films were deeper then todays fluff, eh?
 hayduke2 wrote:
Mudhoney poster 01.jpg
Norah's song is ok but this album cover gets me right back into Russ Meyer's Camp of Black Humor
 
That's a good film; I haven't seen it in years though.
Mudhoney poster 01.jpg
Norah's song is ok but this album cover gets me right back into Russ Meyer's Camp of Black Humor
This is the 2nd or 3rd time now I've heard a track off this album and tabbed back to RP to see who it was. I remember the cover, but am always surprised when I realize it's her and this album again. I really dig this Norah Jones. 
 MassivRuss wrote:
Everyone in my shirt loves this!

{#Guitarist}

 
Everyone in my head agrees with you.  Apart from one grouchy old guy, but we all ignore that voice.
Her strong voice makes this a cut above ordinary. 
WoooHoooo!!!!!
Always thought if I had a Strat I'd be a better musician. Norah and Kurt showed me it ain't the Mustang - it's me.
 rdo wrote:
I like Norah.   {#Cheers}    Though she looks a bit naughty on that album cover.   Rrrow!

 
.... can't get enough of Ms Jones

 midget wrote:
So does everybody in my pants.
 
How many are in there, and are you charging them rent?
 MassivRuss wrote:
Everyone in my shirt loves this!

{#Guitarist}

 
So does everybody in my pants.
Everyone in my shirt loves this!

{#Guitarist}
i'll take anything this woman ever recorded over any squeal young {#Dancingbanana} any day of the week. ravi's other kids are great also.
I kinda like Norah's new style and sound
It fits her age better
 TJS wrote:
Norah Jones never really did anything for me, but I have to see I'm digging the new sound.

 

I agree. I love her new direction.
Up to a "9"...

Sometimes I hear a song and it flies right into me...


 sherrylynn wrote:
nice change for Norah!
 
Agreed. I like that she keeps trying new styles, and doing well at most of them. I quite like this song/album.
Nora looked smoking performing on the Oscar's tonight.
Oh and she sang pretty well too...... 
I like Norah.   {#Cheers}    Though she looks a bit naughty on that album cover.   Rrrow!
 rockpommel16 wrote:
...."bed´s too big without you"?....the pling-pling between singing!........anyone?......

 
Was just going to say that...you nailed it my friend!
What happened to her jazz singing?
...."bed´s too big without you"?....the pling-pling between singing!........anyone?......
nice change for Norah!
Yet another KT Tunstall clone {#Rolleyes}
What are the best tracks from this album, in your opinion? I have not had the time to check it out. Cheers! {#Cheers}
She's okay-looking.
Oh, the track's okay, too. 
Does this mean she is through her Country phase?

Came back to add that the album cover reminds me of an auburn Debbie Harry.
Playing Bluesfest in Ottawa on Sunday night

https://ottawabluesfest.ca/lineup/grid/?date=2012-07-08 


{#Arrow}


Norah Jones never really did anything for me, but I have to see I'm digging the new sound.
Sooo nice...her breathy, sultry style and Divine voice and timing put her in The Next Level of musical artists, and I'm happy to be alive to hear and enjoy it!  She used to look so uncomfortable on stage, but a week or so ago on Letterman she frickin' OWNED it, and wow she sure is easy on the eyes, to boot.  She's the Real Deal, and thanks, RP, for playing her new stuff; LOVE IT!
Very nice move for Norah. A great interview with her recently on NPR about the new album, and her work with Danger Mouse.
Ousado comparado ao estilo dela,
mas gostei,

Fã de Nora Jones! 
Thumbs up for the lovely Norah!Would like her on the back seat of my bike😌.
New path for Norah, including the cover art.  Approve!  {#Clap}
This somehow reminds me of True Blood.  I think it's a fresh sound for Norah Jones.  A 7 for now.
Good start!