Loveology: God. Love. Marriage. Sex. and the Never-Ending Story of Male and Female.
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This program is for anyone who wants to find and keep love, learn how to be a better communicator, enjoy unique dates and create romantic and lasting memories in and out of the bedroom. Spektor is loath to explain what her songs mean, except to say that it’s never what she initially expected them to mean. Someone uploaded an amateur recording to YouTube, and fans passed it around like a treasure, wondering when she might record the song. The studio version is ornamented with vast, Technicolor strings and a beefy, “Torn”-adjacent drum loop that has the odd task of imposing a funky backbeat onto a track that isn’t particularly funky at all. Back then, Spektor could captivate audiences with nothing but a piano (and maybe a single drumstick slamming against a chair).
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It’s compelling writing, emblematic of Spektor’s empathy and curiosity, and the song pulls off its glossy soft-rock leanings. He happens to have worked with this band that every single person in New York loves, that you have never heard of because you live in the Bronx and don’t know about anything. I’m grateful for art but I will always end up choosing cuddling with my kids instead of running away to make art.
Upon graduation (in as little as 1-6 months), you will be ready and able to begin a successful career as a Relationship, Intimacy, Dating, Love Coach or Romance Party entrepreneur. I feel like I should always be wearing an ‘I heart New York’ T-shirt,” she says with a chewy, outer-borough, Russian Doll twang.
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Pitchfork may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. In 2003, she was introduced to Strokes producer Gordon Raphael, who recorded some demos and played them to the band. Study Gateway is the streaming video Bible study service from Zondervan and Thomas Nelson, featuring the world’s most-trusted Bible teachers, authors and pastors, including Max Lucado, Anne Graham Lotz, Louie Giglio, Rick Warren, Derwin Gray, Lysa TerKeurst, Jennie Allen, Andy Stanley, Chrystal Evans Hurst, John Ortberg, Ann Voskamp, Christine Caine, Jada Edwards, Bob Goff, and Jim Cymbala.It is tempting, when speaking to Regina Spektor, to just get out of the way, because she is such a joyful talker. It’s written as a plea from a lonely, incel-type guy—“If I won’t get to meet God/And I won’t get to be a God/Then at least God let me get looked at by a girl”—rendered sympathetic until the last verse, when it suddenly shifts into a dissection of power and misogyny.