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Norah Jones — Carry On
Album: Day Breaks
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Released: 2016
Length: 2:37
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And after all's been said and done
Who said it best,
were you the one
Let's just forget,
leave it behind
And carry on

If you should find the time to speak
Then speak to me,
I'd never keep
You from your final destiny
So carry on
Into the quiet unbound
What you have lost,
I've never found
I lost my nerve,
yet peace surrounds
So carry on

Into the quiet unbound
What you have lost,
I've never found
I lost my nerve,
yet peace surrounds
So carry on

And after all's been said and done
Who said it best,
were you the one?
Let's just forget,
leave it behind
And carry on
Let's just forget,
leave it behind
And carry on
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I hear her voice--I just melt. Every. Time. 
 ExploitingChaos wrote:
Ill have a small Capucinno please
 
Would you care for some abandoned tranquility and a shot of laid back serenity to go with that?
Ravi Shankar has to be a proud papa!
I'm going to take back the 8 I gave her...and replace it with a 9.  Damn she is FINE, and not just looks...her voice is great and subtle and dripping with secret meaning.  Long Live RP!!
Man, Norah could sing the phone book and make it sound gorgeous.
Ahhhhh...what a voice.
 coloradojohn wrote:
There's a gift and serious talent and skill involved here; her ability to vary the timing and timbre of her vocals is an eargasm to behold...
 

Every time I hear Norah Jones now, I think of the word "eargasm". Good call, coloradojohn.
Ill have a small Capucinno please
 coloradojohn wrote:
There's a gift and serious talent and skill involved here; her ability to vary the timing and timbre of her vocals is an eargasm to behold...

 
Easy there, John.  
 GeorgeMWoods wrote:
has she ever put what passes for effort into a song?

 
LOL.  Snorah Jones.
has she ever put what passes for effort into a song?
 linus59 wrote:
Familiar quality!
  {#Laughing}


First time hearing this, but first impression is that this is the lovely kind of song you put on your funeral playlist to make it suck less for those attending the service.
 coloradojohn wrote:
There's a gift and serious talent and skill involved here; her ability to vary the timing and timbre of her vocals is an eargasm to behold...

 
right with you.... wonderful musician
There's a gift and serious talent and skill involved here; her ability to vary the timing and timbre of her vocals is an eargasm to behold...
One of the sexiest voices in music.
Effortlessly lovely. 
Another great talent
Well that was sublime. Upping to a 9. Hey, this rhymes!
If this is from that new album, I'm sold. Well, if it's Norah Jones I'm sold anyway. 
 
hear, hear...
Understated vocals and smooth as silk to my ears.
Familiar quality!
She is simply fantastic, no doubt about it! {#Clap}{#Meditate}
First one.{#Roflol}