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theoszczepanski:

Artists who take money for ads poison and pervert their songs. It reduces them to the level of a jingle, a word that describes the sound of change in your pocket, which is what your songs become. Remember, when you sell your songs for commercials, you are selling your audience as well.
(‘It’s a virus’: Tom Waits on musicians allowing their work to be used in commercials | Dangerous Minds)

"Once upon a time there was a crooked tree and a straight tree. And they grew next to each other. And every day the straight tree would look at the crooked tree and he would say, ‘You’re crooked. You’ve always been crooked and you’ll continue to be crooked. But look at me! Look at me!’ said the straight tree. He said, ‘I’m tall and I’m straight.’ And then one day the lumberjacks came into the forest and looked around, and the manager in charge said, ‘Cut all the straight trees.’ And that crooked tree is still there to this day, growing strong and growing strange."

- Tom Waits, Wristcutters: A Love Story (via feellng)

whiskeyandmisanthropy:

With her.
nevver:

Drinking is bad, feelings are worse.
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adreciclarte:

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