Song of the Week

09/27/11 Music , Song of the Week # ,

Song of the Week – Hurricane by Augustana

It’s our first week back with Song of the Week and this one’s from the Zink house – and specifically, Caroline. She listens to them constantly while she’s on the computer. This is a perfect song to listen to when you’re in a really mellow mood.

And what a voice. Love!

Enjoy! And don’t forget to send your song recommendations to prophecypress@aol.com with “Song of the Week” in the Subject line.

<3

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01/01/11 Music , Song of the Week # ,

You’ll Be Mine by the Pierces

I’m totally loving this week’s song, You’ll Be Mine by the Pierces. It was nominated last week by Chrissy, on of my favorite readers. I’m so glad I went back and looked at that thread. I would have hated to miss this one.

Also really love the gorgeous video!

<3

P.S. Don’t forget that you can help one of my readers get his mom back on the transplant list and win a manuscript edit or original song by Kenneth by bidding in our charity auction!

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