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Billie Eilish — When The Party's Over
Album: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Avg rating:
6.9

Your rating:
Total ratings: 581









Released: 2019
Length: 3:07
Plays (last 30 days): 5
Don't you know I'm no good for you?
I've learned to lose you can't afford to
Tore my shirt to stop you bleeding
But nothing ever stops you leaving

Quiet when I'm coming home and I'm on my own
I could lie, say I like it like that, like it like that
I could lie, say I like it like that, like it like that

Don't you know too much already?
I'll only hurt you if you let me
Call me friend, but keep me closer
(Call me back)
And I'll call you when the party's over

Quiet when I'm coming home and I'm on my own
And I could lie, say I like it like that, like it like that
Yeah, I could lie, say I like it like that, like it like that

But nothing is better, sometimes
Once we've both said our goodbyes
Let's just let it go
Let me let you go

Quiet when I'm coming home and I'm on my own
I could lie, say I like it like that, like it like that
I could lie, say I like it like that, like it like that
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5 plays in 30 days! I am certain I was listening for at least 3 of these instances. I don’t blame Bill; she’s amazing.
Hi guys! Hope all is well with the "family"! (dogs!) I Utubed Ms. Eilish today. I gotta say....don't care much for the "hip-hop" stylings of her stage/dancing but, for a young lady of just 17 (18 now?), this girl has amazing talent! She is already "up there" but, is still young! She keeps on as she is, she is going to be being heard, far wider and, more frequently! Wish she'd puck a "normal" hair color! lol God bless y'all. Peace! Rob
All of her music has been interesting so far and very well produced. She’s got a very promising career ahead of her.
 ziggytrix wrote:


To be fair, I'd say his whole schtick is trolling the trolls, so...
 
A troll is still a troll, no matter how thoroughly they rationalize their behavior. I think think song is great btw. 7
Nice whining song. :) But doesnt fit in my top 1000 songs.
still (despite autotune) there is great and unique new music/artists out there...
its rare - but this is proof - the production of this track includes everything i often despise in actual music - but this breaths authenticy and an personal aura of the artist.
thanks rp for keepin on "educating" us...
Wife and daughter both like this track, so I had to go 6+2 to reflect the overall appreciation in my household.  Yeah...8's about right....Long Live RP!!
 BCarn wrote:


Once again someone, you, used the word "relevant" as if it means anything. Do you really think RP needs to be "relevant"? They are doing an excellent job without having to worry about being perceived as relevant...or not.
Who started this "relevant" thing anyway? I mentioned in another comment that ever since Kanye What's his name stated that he made McCartney "relevant" again (LOL) he nullified the word. As if Macca needs that twits endorsement! Anyway, no one cares. (Whew! That felt good!)

 
I ordinarily think of the word "relevant" meaning "pertinent or connected to what is being discussed", so it sounds odd to hear it so often used as meaning "contemporary".  However, it does have an additional meaning of "appropriate to the current time, period, or circumstances; of contemporary interest".   Whether or not RP needs or wants to be "relevant" is a matter of opinion or speculation I guess, but I don't think they want to be known as an "oldies station" either.  Anyhow, it seems that the author of the post you responded to was using the word in a sarcastic or tongue-in-cheek manner, not as if it "means anything"; the "Heh" immediately following indicated to me that he was being facetious.  Maybe not.
Wow, unusual and interesting home-grown talent she and her brother are.
I really like this. Guilty pleasure?
So delighted to hear Billy Eilish on RP!  An important NEW artist. RP is just about the only station I can stand so it's great to know you're culling the contemporary music scene for the quality stuff that fits inside your broad playlist! 
Nice voice. Ok song. I don't get the Uber hype though....
 ziggytrix wrote:


To be fair, I'd say his whole schtick is trolling the trolls, so...
 
Right, except Highlowsel is NOT a troll...oh well....let the MUSIC play and be calm....LLRP!!
 lizardking wrote:

Gotta say, that was kind of a dick comment this time, h8rhater.  
 

To be fair, I'd say his whole schtick is trolling the trolls, so...
 h8rhater wrote:

Nothing much "Zen" to be found here.  Maybe the Net Zen is equal to zero Zen.

Holy sh*tballs!, I didn't even realize that Miles Davis' legacy was at risk.  The more you know.  I should read the NYTimes more.


 
Gotta say, that was kind of a dick comment this time, h8rhater.  
 giammin wrote:
Plays (last 30 days): 6
 
Released: 2019
Plays (last 30 days): 6
Just another affected X-Factor voice with forgettable songs. Sorry, I don't get the hype.
 Highlowsel wrote:

HA!  I agree.  I have just been introduced to her earlier this week by way of a NYTimes write-up about her and her brother.  She's what...now 17?  Gaaaa.....  Hearing her song here had me doing a double-take.  RP trying to stay relevant?  Heh!

But in fairness allowing for her youth I've got to say some of her songs are interesting.  And she does have a voice, no doubt about that.  What she and her brother are doing is overall not bad.  So what's not to like in RP putting her in play here?  Part of  RP's appeal, after all, is being willing to explore musically, and take you along with them isn't it?  At least, this appeals to me. I like hearing new stuff regardless where, and from whom, it is coming.   

Speaking of which, I'll bet she's garnered a following among young females in the midst of that youthful "nobody gets me" angst phase females can go thru at about that age.  Young males go thru it, too, but tend to be differently expressive about it.  More physical, less verbal.  That's a generalization so don't anyone get huffy about the statement.  ;-)  

It will be interesting to see how she (and her brother) develop as artists.  Others, a bit older, who're equally interesting are Heather Mahoney, and a guy who calls himself Shakey Graves.  Both are worth tracking if you're into eclectic styles.  

And then on the jazz side there's this trumpet player, a guy named Christian Scott aTunde Ajuah who looks to be giving the legacy of Miles Davis a run for its money.  He is very good.  

Highlow
American Net'Zen
 
Nothing much "Zen" to be found here.  Maybe the Net Zen is equal to zero Zen.

Holy sh*tballs!, I didn't even realize that Miles Davis' legacy was at risk.  The more you know.  I should read the NYTimes more.


 Highlowsel wrote:

HA!  I agree.  I have just been introduced to her earlier this week by way of a NYTimes write-up about her and her brother.  She's what...now 17?  Gaaaa.....  Hearing her song here had me doing a double-take.  RP trying to stay relevant?  Heh!

But in fairness allowing for her youth I've got to say some of her songs are interesting.  And she does have a voice, no doubt about that.  What she and her brother are doing is overall not bad.  So what's not to like in RP putting her in play here?  Part of  RP's appeal, after all, is being willing to explore musically, and take you along with them isn't it?  At least, this appeals to me. I like hearing new stuff regardless where, and from whom, it is coming.   

Speaking of which, I'll bet she's garnered a following among young females in the midst of that youthful "nobody gets me" angst phase females can go thru at about that age.  Young males go thru it, too, but tend to be differently expressive about it.  More physical, less verbal.  That's a generalization so don't anyone get huffy about the statement.  ;-)  

It will be interesting to see how she (and her brother) develop as artists.  Others, a bit older, who're equally interesting are Heather Mahoney, and a guy who calls himself Shakey Graves.  Both are worth tracking if you're into eclectic styles.  

And then on the jazz side there's this trumpet player, a guy named Christian Scott aTunde Ajuah who looks to be giving the legacy of Miles Davis a run for its money.  He is very good.  

Highlow
American Net'Zen
 
Once again someone, you, used the word "relevant" as if it means anything. Do you really think RP needs to be "relevant"? They are doing an excellent job without having to worry about being perceived as relevant...or not.
Who started this "relevant" thing anyway? I mentioned in another comment that ever since Kanye What's his name stated that he made McCartney "relevant" again (LOL) he nullified the word. As if Macca needs that twits endorsement! Anyway, no one cares. (Whew! That felt good!)  

My pre-teen daughter approves and so do I. Billie is one to watch.
That wiki pic of her is the most "teen girl" picture ever.

 electronicthroat wrote:
Wow. I never thought I would hear Billie Eilish on RP.
 
HA!  I agree.  I have just been introduced to her earlier this week by way of a NYTimes write-up about her and her brother.  She's what...now 17?  Gaaaa.....  Hearing her song here had me doing a double-take.  RP trying to stay relevant?  Heh!

But in fairness allowing for her youth I've got to say some of her songs are interesting.  And she does have a voice, no doubt about that.  What she and her brother are doing is overall not bad.  So what's not to like in RP putting her in play here?  Part of  RP's appeal, after all, is being willing to explore musically, and take you along with them isn't it?  At least, this appeals to me. I like hearing new stuff regardless where, and from whom, it is coming.   

Speaking of which, I'll bet she's garnered a following among young females in the midst of that youthful "nobody gets me" angst phase females can go thru at about that age.  Young males go thru it, too, but tend to be differently expressive about it.  More physical, less verbal.  That's a generalization so don't anyone get huffy about the statement.  ;-)  

It will be interesting to see how she (and her brother) develop as artists.  Others, a bit older, who're equally interesting are Heather Mahoney, and a guy who calls himself Shakey Graves.  Both are worth tracking if you're into eclectic styles.  

And then on the jazz side there's this trumpet player, a guy named Christian Scott aTunde Ajuah who looks to be giving the legacy of Miles Davis a run for its money.  He is very good.  

Highlow
American Net'Zen
Wow. I never thought I would hear Billie Eilish on RP.
The piano is beautiful.
Eew.
about time she got played on RP. amazing young woman
it's about time she got player on RP
Wow, beautiful!
Very cool! 
Yes; 8.
First to comment?!

I like this.  Solid 7 on first listen.