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and I got to hear the ending as it was intended to be, OMG
it is so ooooooo! much better than I imagined it to be!
it was a homemade cassette and unfortunately, there was a skip towards the end, and I had to imagine the ending.
Posted by shawniegirl on 3/21/2011 11:05 PM (GMT-04:00)
Thanks for your response! and yes I wasn't really sure where he was going with the whole Japan trip offer thing...kind of a strange thing to say. I didn't really pay it too much thought after I read it. I think you're though, his sense of humor comes off a little quirky, and sometimes rude, so thanks for looking out for me! It was a very thoughtful gesture : ) Take care, Shawn
Posted by shawniegirl on 3/20/2011 6:59 PM (GMT-04:00)
don't take Bah! silly-ass seriously
Posted by edgegotmoved3 on 3/19/2011 12:50 PM (GMT-05:00)
He hoped I'd be in a concert stampede that resulted in many dying..he's just full of hot
Posted by Songsabouthappiness on 3/12/2011 3:19 AM (GMT-04:00)
Thankyou for clearing things up. It is such a terrible event that has occured in Japan and the possibility of a nuclear meltdown beaking is quite scary. I hope that the Japanese people will be okay and that they will be able to return to their normal lives soon. No worries. Yep I'm all good, it's been raining a lot lately and we had flooding which caused traffic on Monday I was stuck on a bus for a bit longer than an hour and some people couldn't get back home after school for many hours. It's raining right now but that's okay, I was just driving. I've been good and I've been at school all week which has worked out well as I had my first test for the year (which was actually the first piece of assesment to effect my uni entry score) KMKMKM is very good my favourites are One More Time, How Beautiful You Are, If Only Tonight We Could Sleep, A Thousand Hours, Catch and Just Like Heaven ^-^ My mouth is all better. How are you? What have you been up to?
Posted by Songsabouthappiness on 3/5/2011 9:39 PM (GMT-04:00)
Thank you, I'm glad you are doing great. I hadn't had any down in the mouth jokes yet so that's a first :) Yes missing school is quite a perk (usually) but I've recently had about five days off in total because of my wisdom teeth and being sick. I wouldn't mind having a few more days off it's just I have a test on tuesday, I got given a maths assignment friday (which I haven't been able to pick up yet) and a few more things, I don't want to get behind in Grade 12 (I'm sure it will work out :) ) I think school is good too. You wanted to be a teacher? I have one friend who is studying to be a teacher and two who want to study education after this year. What did you do instead? I completly understand that, to know that you accomplished it. ^_^ Wow, there are some things that you take as facts eg. snow is white, polar bears are white but there is much more to it :) Snow is quite strange. His hair sounds good, does he want to re-dye it? No we never got to try a famous Julian Pie. In Australia a few hours out of Sydney in an area called Heatherbrae there is a Heatherbrae pie shop ^_^ Since we first saw it (I took photos as Heather isn't a very common name in Australia) we stop everytime we pass it (which isn't that often but it's still fun).
I don't fully understand how people would want to die before 30, I had a friend who kept telling me I want to die when Im 27 or something and I just didn't understand it, I mean there is so much in life that happens after 27, didn't they want to experience having a family etc? I'm glad that your husband and Robert Smith kept going too ^_^ Haha. Bye for now, thank you for replying :)
Posted by Songsabouthappiness on 3/4/2011 6:44 PM (GMT-04:00)
Hello Edgegotmoved, how are you?
Haha, Me, I'm very good at the moment. The rarities version of Like Cockatoos does sound quite different I must listen to it a few more times.
Yes I did have all four taken out at the same day. Thank you :) My cheeks are quite swollen but hopefully I'll be able to go to school on Monday. It probably took him longer to recover as well.
Snow is so lovely.
Did he dye his hair blue black and it looks blue? I have a male friend at school who did the same hehe.
It was a lot of fun. ^_^ Julian was nice we all had lunch in a little restaurant and our drinks were in boot shaped glasses haha.
I'm sorry about your father. I do however agree that it's better that they lived a full life and had the opportunity to say goodbye to everyone.
I don't believe "Disintegration was written by a depressed guy" that's what my brother told me, however I think that during the process of writting Disintegration Robert Smith suffered from depression and the overall thought of turning thirty.
Robert Smith seems to me as a very happy person, I have read that he only writes when he's feeling sad etc. etc. and this doesn't reflect what he's always like. Yes you're exactly right he does express his thoughts and feelings through songs and works through everything.
Posted by Songsabouthappiness on 3/3/2011 11:56 PM (GMT-04:00)
: ) him, it was just trippy being in the same room with ) I'm so sorry about your grandfather! How awful to think his work environment was the cause of his cancer. : < I am glad they were able to treat his pain..at Children's here, Heather has been prescribed another medicine until the epidrine gets put out again (her neurologist wondered aloud last week, as to why it'd been discontinued, some people could make a *bundle* putting that stuff out, everybody tells her how effective it is). Hope your week is going well.
Pornography is an excellent song and the last line always gets stuck in my head :) Oh it's no worries and I am very sorry for not replying sooner. That sounds lovely I've only seen/touched/played in snow twice in my lifetime. I think we do say it like the british :) Did your children enjoy the snowball fights? I hope they had a lovely time in the snow. (Sorry Im about to go off topic) When I was in San Diego in January we went out to the old mining town of Julian we took a different route back to go to an indian themed outlet mall and on the side of the road we saw Snow! We pointed it out to all of the others on the bus and the bus driver actually stopped and let us go play in the snow (although it wasn't really snow (as my friend kept saying) it was sleat) It's still snow to me), we had a massive snowball fight and for most of the people on the bus it was there first time touching snow, it was brilliant and everyone was so happy. I was one of the last people on the bus because I was having such a good time. Before we saw the snow a lot of people were complaining as to why we went out to a mining town when we could be shopping instead, (I wasn't one of these people as think it was a very interesting experience.. and you can go shopping anywhere) The only other time I have touched snow before was when I was ten or eleven we went skiing at Perisher one year for a family holiday with my brother and Dad that was a wonderful trip. Sorry for going off topic. It is a shame that chores don't magically go away but I guess that's why they are called chores ^_^ Close To Me is my brother second favourite Cure song his first being Friday Im In Love, what's interesting is that his favourite version of Close To Me is actually the Paris live version. My brother does like a lot of their more mainstream songs and he isn't really fond of Disintegration as it was written by a depressed persion but despite this he actually likes the title track :). Speaking of Close To Me I sent a friend a link to a video clip of 'The Southpark Mechastresiand episode' and the only one I could find was a combination of parts of the episode, some video clip footage including Close To Me and an interview with Robert (Have you heard that really annoying song at the moment called Barbastreisand by Duck Sauce, well this friend sent me an email with the lyrics, she knows I hate the song. while we had a spare together so I sent her an email saying a better dance track was Crystal Castles Not In Love ft. Robert Smith and it began from there, I then sent her a link to the mecha-stresiand wikipedia page. Anyways I sent her the link. And afterwards she was saying Robert was a stupid crazy emo and he looked creepy :( She was talking to me later and said that if she watched creepy video clips like that her mother would probably send her to a psychologist? Which doesn't make a lot of sense. I remember wathcing Close To Me when I was young it's a rather good music video actually.
I understand what you mean, it must have been amazing. It's okay that you didn't touch his hair as I said I would chicken out.
It is quite sad I'm just glad that he had an amazing life and he saw his children grow up and their children grow up. My brother who is the youngest of his grand children was twelve at the time. I think he had a very good life and although no one wants to die, he accepted it. Im so grateful that my dad spent the year looking after him, I think it was lovely for both of them.
Hopefully her medicine get's sorted out soon.
I got all four of my wisdom teeth removed yesterday so I'm just at home at the moment. My mother was so lovely she bought me a Cure cd (I told her I would like Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me) and she got me the deluxe edition :) So I've been listening to that a bit and just relaxing. Bye for now :)
Posted by Songsabouthappiness on 2/26/2011 8:34 PM (GMT-04:00)
So was your grandfather in a place that addressed his pain adequately? That's the part I hate to think about. The fact that it hurts. Stupid, crazy cells. I hate cancer. sorry to cry on your page...
(Sorry Push is stuck in my head now) Thanks. I understand but I was just speaking about people who are like that in general although I'm sure it is much more annoying experincing it especially since you and her were getting on quite well. Yes, stay positive! I'm sure you will find a mom to hang out with. Really? Jeez there is more to life than status. Haha in America, lots of people were saying "You have the best accent" "Say something" we were talking to a clerk at Disneyland and he told us he could listen to us talk all day long it was quite funny, especially because you don't realise you have an accent. Also in America, an Australian girl asked if I was American because of my accent. Oh and speaking of accents doing work experience a british couple asked me if I was from England because of my accent. No I do not know of The Newsboys. I'm glad you feel the same way too. I will get 4.13 Dream one day, but I do think I'll get Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me next :) I love the Cure's title tracks and (not quite so title tracks e.g Close To Me) Haha dancing is mandatory :) Oh yes I have seen the lovely video clip I've seen most of the video clips, but Just Like Heaven was the first Cure video clip I remember watching as my brother and I used to sing it on Singstar when I was eight (I must find this singstar disc). I like how you described your interpretation of How Beautiful You Are, after I get the album I'll tell you what I think about it :) I'm sure I'll love it. I love Catch it's such a beautiful song and it's one of the few singles I don't have. I love the b-sides to KM KM KM A Chain Of Flowers and Breathe especially. Push is such a fantastic song, I can't believe I hadn't heard it until I bought The Head On The Door, the instrumental at the start is just so awesome. The lyrics for Push get stuck in my head quite often. I hadn't actually thought of that before. :) Im glad it went well. I guess it's part of being a teenager ;) I also enjoy sleeping in, Im always the last to wake up. But if I need to wake up early I can. Haha I hope you work out something that works for everyone. Oh you are completly welcome. I like the gist of her message, I've always been the outcast in a way, I am not the typical teenager, I dislike top 40 songs I watch foreign and strange films I adore The Cure and I read classic literature haha. But not only is my tastes different, I'm just different myself. I understand the look, she must have looked very pretty. Yes it is nice to see people in their element. Haha. I'm glad you enjoyed it. That's nice of him. It's okay I would probably blurt out something like "I think your music is beautiful" (I bet everyone says that too) Did you get to touch his hair? (Sorry if the question is strange but if I ever met Robert I would like to touch his hair although I don't think I would, I'd chicken out ;)) Yay! I bet that was lovely. I guess you would be so overcome by the fact that you are standing with someone who has created such brilliant music and has influenced your life and you don't know what to do, Was it surreal? Thankyou. "The world is neither fair nor unfair"- Where the birds always sing. Hmm I'm not familiar with a lot of David Bowies work but I do find him interesting. Well since he used to work for the Navy and that's what caused the absetos cancer (the absetos) on the ship he was taken care of quite well, his medication was funded for by the government (well really the navy but still) he was sometimes in pain (at the start)although he had very strong pain medication and there was an option to fly down to brisbane and get a nerve clipped so that he would feel no pain. But he didn't want to do that. He got stronger pain medication and it was managed. It is okay to cry on my page. Cancer is terrible. Hopefully one day they will find a cure...
Posted by Songsabouthappiness on 2/25/2011 6:52 PM (GMT-04:00)
I am good thanks, I'm feeling better I have had a couple of days of school because I've been sick. It's okay to be off topic and you are quite right those who think others aren't good enough for them or their 'precious' children are a little irritating. The older lady seems very wise. It doesn't matter where someone comes from or what social class they belong to, how old they are, or their gender what actually matters is who they really are. ^_^ (Well that's what I believe). Of course it counts :) I have listened to 'The Only One' before it's lovely. I really should get around to getting some more Cure albums. I'm thinking of buying 'Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me" or 'Join The Dot's' next except 'Join The Dots' is so expensive but I think it's worth it. Hmm hopefully you will get a chance to discuss it with Robert one day :) There are quite a few songs I would love to discuss with Robert. Aww that's nice. Sorry for not replying sooner. I honestly wish you all the best especially Heather :) You seem like a very close family and that's lovely I just wanted to say that you and your daughter seem very strong. I hope her apointment went well. I do not want to upset you in any way, so I apologise if I do. Her googles sound cool, maybe she could sell them? Was the concert good? I have straighteners too I don't use them often though because it takes to long to straighten my hair and then it goes wavy after a day anyways :) I'm glad that everything seems to be going well for her. I'm also in my senior year too I believe that I will be graduating a few days before my seventeenth birthday as last year the grade twelves were already of school when it was my birthday (schooling in Australia is slightly different, I learnt that when I went to Grossmount High, I would only be a Junior ) I hope she has an amazing final year and enjoys all the big events associated with the senior year. I hope everything works out for her. That's really lovely of him. :) I bet you were very excited and happy when you found out. I read somewhere that you had met Robert Smith before. How did that happen and what was he like in person? I bet he was very nice. I will and Thank you for telling me everything and chatting and I hope you all have a great weekend and that your computer get's fixed soon. Bye for now ^_^
^Btw in San Diego do you have events like Relay For Life? or Walks for a cure? Since 2008 I have gone with our school although I missed the 2009 one as I was quite unwell, last year during the candlelight ceremony tears were rolling down my face, and I was overcome by emotion it really hit home as in early 2010 my grandfather who was diagnosed with Mesotheloma (Abstos cancer) passed away due to Pneumonia rather than the cancer itself. My father took most of 2009 (My Grandmother who lived in a different area of the nursing home complex as my grandfather (he was in a self contained area) passed away in the night, we had only seen her a few days earlier) off and went down to Sydney to care for my grandfather, and in the holidays we would fly down and stay with them. It was quite nice spending time with them and I think it meant a lot for my dad to be there with him during the year. Thank you for letting me share this.
Posted by Songsabouthappiness on 2/19/2011 11:20 PM (GMT-04:00)
Hello sorry for not replying sooner I have been very busy, How have you been?It isn't a very common name in Australia, I like it a lot though :) Do your children like The Cure's music also? Recently I've been listening to Pornography and Faith a lot, I was just listening to the second disc of Faith :). From reading other people's interpretation's many think that it is about relationships which makes sense in the context of the song although it could be about anything or have more than one meaning :) I am not familiar with this lyric "You and me are the world," she said. "Nothing else is real. The two of us is all there is; the rest is just a dream!" What song is it from? Is it off one of their more recent albums? The newest album I have of theirs is Bloodflowers. I also get quite distracted especially whilst looking up music, or at school in my study periods (I've been helping an old friend of mine with Maths but I always get off topic and start chatting with him abot all sorts of things, it's nice though). "Please love me. Meet my mother. But the fear takes hold" also get's stuck in my head alot as does the lyrics of Faith. You worded that very well and I completly agree with you it reminds me of The Smiths' song How Soon Is Now? inparticular the lyric "I am human and I need to be loved like everybody else" (I like the music of The Smiths but Morrisey annoys me and I find Robert's music is better, it has more meaning and is more relatable). No worries really. I truly enjoy talking to others about my favourite band, it's interesting to see their story, point of view and interpretations etc. Thank you that is so nice of you. Oh that's lovely I hope you two have a lovely 20 year anniversary on april the 23rd. I like this interpretation too I've never thought of it like that but that's a very interesting concept, I have thought of what would life be like without music and that is quite daunting. 1983 sounds like a very awesome time to be a teenager, I've seen photos of Big Hairstyles and I think they look cool, my own hair is thick and wavy/curly and well straight hair is considered fashionable nowdays so my hair would have suited more back in the 80s :) I think back in the 80s people could dress more individually in a way. I dislike Hot Topic, I went to one in San Francisco and I thought that it was almost cool there were a few kind of nice looking dresses but then I saw Justin Bieber shirts and similiar shirts but no Cure shirts, I was shocked and annoyed. It sounds interesting, I like little things like that although they don't mean much to others it's important to you. Jappos? or Winos? Could this be suspenders? I would love to see someone with a bob hairdo nowdays especially at school it would make my day :)Some boys very few wear eyeliner these days and most of them are emo or scene kids. I have no problems with them I just don't understand the scene style. I feel like I've been born into the wrong decade, for a while I have felt this, I like thrift stores and book exchanges (I'm really into classic literature at the moment) and record exchanges, I'm not to keen on modern styles and I don't like how music and books and everything is digital these days I prefer having hard copies of things, and I love writting letters and post cards although I dont' do this often. My music taste mainly consists of alternative rock from the 80s and 90s although I like a few modern bands. I really do dislike Justin Bieber, well it's not just him it's more the culture and obession surrounding him, the generic pop music, the superficial values, the stupid hair style. I don't listen to top 40 stations, in Australia we have a radio station called Tripple J and I have been listening to it since I can remember it is' a very succesful community station. Anyways that's enough of my ranting. I do like living in the 2000's and 2010's but I sometimes feel out of place. Yes I did visit the zoo it was very good, I think I went that way but we didn't continue walking after the Polar bears. You saw The Cure on their Prayer tour? That would have been amazing :) I would love to see The Cure live oh and if they would play Plainsong that would be just marvellous. I read in the has anyone experienced Robert giving back to fans thread that you and your family recieved tickets to a Cure concert. That is absolutely fantastic, how did it happen? How many times have you seen The Cure live? I could only imagine the experience after being a fan for so long then not listening to any music for quite some time it must have been breathtaking :) Yes my mother is very nice, thank you for saying that :) It was an excellent gift, I didn't think that she had got it for me, as they left it for last and it made me so happy I listened to it that morning even though I had school, it is a great present and it means even more to me as it was my first Cure cd, my first deluxe cd of any kind, and it was my sixteenth birthday :) Although the packaging (disintegrated ?) because my water bottle leaked through all of my bag soaking everything in my bag. The cd plays flawlessly but the cover is quite broken. I hope she enjoys her present and I hope she has a lovely birthday. Time goes by so fast yet so slow. Thank you.
Posted by Songsabouthappiness on 2/16/2011 4:40 AM (GMT-04:00)
That's cool, it's good to figure out which albums are your favourite anyways. I like Primry too :) On the deluxe edition of Faith (which I got given as a Christmas present from my mother) there is a studio out-take of Primary which has different lyrics. I'll have to check it out.
Yes Pornography is quite experimental yet brilliant I'm listening to it right now :) I liked how you worded that, it's very true. That's one of the best thing about Robert's lyrics they are so relatable and relevant to you or your life. Well when I first joined the site I was listening to Disintegration all the time (it was a birthday present from my mother) and the title track was and still is one of my favourites from the album, I especially love the live version on Entreat. Anyways the line "Songs about happiness murmed in dreams when we both of us knew how the end always is" always used to get stuck in my mind, I would be anywhere and it would pop up. I think I tried other usernames first but there were people already using them so I chose Songs about happiness, Disintegration is one of my favourite tracks by The Cure :). It's kind of ironic that my username is songs about happiness as I actually prefer their darker music. Speaking of Cure lyrics that get stuck in my head "The Shallow drowned lose less than we" also pop's up a lot, that line also fascinates me, I believe it is about how those who aren't encompassed by the depth of life or love lose than those who are :) Does that make sense to you? What do you think it's about? Also "Hello image, sing me a line from your favourite song" from M get's stuck in my head. Do any lyrics get stuck in your head often?
Yes, Disintegration works so well as an album, it is so beautiful and melancholic and relatable. Aww congratulations that's lovely that you two have been together since you were teenagers. I agree, is it the only album which his image is clear and on the front cover ?Pornography and the Paris live album both have his image on it but neither are very clear well the paris album cover is basically just a shot of his mouth.
The demos are also interesting.
No you didn't blether too much I always enjoy reading what other Cure fans/people who appreciate The Cure's music have to say and I always rant about The Cure and music anyways because it means so much to me. I like your story, was there lot's of people who dressed like Robert back then? I find it lovely that you've been a fan of their work for quite a long time and that you continue to enjoy it. And It's nice talking to someone who's loved your favourite band for such a long time. Do you live in San Diego? I was luckily enough to be there in January, with EWT- Education World Travel, it was sort of like a school trip and we stayed with a host family in San Diego for almost two week. It was my first time overseas and I absolutley loved it, it was such an amazing experience. Not only did we go to San Diego but before we arrived there we went to San Francisco and LA, and I went to one of the best places I've ever been in my life Amoeba records (even though I was only in there for five minutes in total, I went in two different times) at Hawkashbury in San Fran, I bought Wish and Pornography on cd there for $5 each and I spoke to the clerk about The Cure, he said they were one of the best bands in the world :)
Well since I was a child I would hear Close To Me or Boys Don't Cry on the radio and it turns out I used to sing Just Like Heaven on Singstar when I was eight ;) But I really got into the Cure in 2009 I had known there name for a while because I really like Alternative Rock, my dad and I were listening to the radio and The Lovecats came on and he told me a little bit about them then later on I was watching television and the video clip for Boys Don't Cry played, I also remember seeing the video to Let's Go To Bed and Close To Me then I looked up the Cure on the internet and listened to some of their hit songs on youtube. I had about six or seven Cure songs on my iPod including A Forest, Charlotte Sometimes and Pictures Of You. I used to listen to A Forest and Charlotte Sometimes just before I fell asleep and I used to think they were strange and dark but for some reason I loved them. Charlotte Sometimes is still one of my favourite tracks by The Cure, I love the live version on the Paris album. Then I got into other music phases back then and it wasn't until last year that I really got into The Cure, in radio (our school has a radio station located on site)I had to sort through all the cds and put them in alphabetical order (I found some gems while doing this, some classic Beatle's Albums, The Best Of Radiohead, A Jeff Buckley Cd and The Cure's Greatest Hits) so I did this and borrowed the greatest hit's cd. I was just over my Muse phase (which was quite large) and then I listened to the greatest hits quite a lot. I used to play Friday I'm In Love all the time, it's my brothers favourite Cure track but they weren't my favourite band then one day I looked up more of their hit songs on Youtube then I found Charlotte Sometimes again (I hadn't heard it for years) and well I fell back in love. I started by listening to more and more Cure songs, reading about them, looking at pictures of the band, watching the video clips and a few interviews etc, talking to Cure fans on their Facebook site then discovering more of their darker music and album tracks and experiencing the emotion in the lyrics. Before my birthday I was listening to the Disintegration album quite a lot, someone on the cure's facebook site recommended Plainsong and it was and still is one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard in my life. I found out that my Mum used to love The Cure around that time and we had a nice talk about it one night, and I played her their hit songs. My mother bought me the deluxe edition of Disintegration for my Sixteenth birthday and it was one of the best presents I have ever got, although it doesn't seem like much it was truly excellent. Another awesome present I recieved that day was a lovely Pineapple with a pink bow on it from my friend Dee, everyone in my group were asking her questions like Why did you get her a pineapple etc and she said well I got Heather a pineapple because she will always remember getting a pineapple on her sixteenth birthday and always remember this. I thought it was excellent and I carried around the pineapple all day and everyone asked me why are you
Posted by Songsabouthappiness on 2/14/2011 1:52 AM (GMT-04:00)
favorite? Faith. (at the moment) I really have a hard time picking favorites, cos right now am in a Faith mood, but if I feel the need for an energy boost I think I'd put Wish on. How about past favorites? I'd feel untrue if I didn't mention Pornography and (of course) the absolutely awesome Disintegration--overall, I'd say Disintegration was my favorite but Happily Ever After was my favorite before that, and we simply cannot leave off their pop singles!! Definitely mood-lifting is Japanese Whispers--there was a time when LGTB,The Walk, Lovecats (and Oh Wow..the video for that song is sooo fun!!) : D were my absolute favorites...um.. I'm sorry I can't pick just one! It's like different sides of a coin, or a cube...maybe a diamond would be the best comparison, as there are so many facets to it all. : ) And all give off their particular shine.
Faith is a very good album and when I first got it I played it all the time :) My favourite songs off Faith are The Funeral Party, The Drowning Man, Faith itself and All Cats Are Guys. I also like Wish a lot mainly for the songs I mentioned before and it works really well as an album which shows both their dark,slow side and thier more upbeat,pop side. My absolute favourite Cure album is Disintegration, it was the first Cure album I got and ever since I first heard it I've always loved it, it's so beautiful and emotional. Pornography is quite dark but it is very good, Cold is one of my favourites from that album. I agree The Cure are a very multi-facted band and that's what's so great about them ^-^. Do you like the B-sides? I've been listening to them recently and I adore A Chain Of Flowers and Fear Of Ghosts. When and how did you get into The Cure?
Posted by Songsabouthappiness on 2/12/2011 6:50 PM (GMT-04:00)
Thank you, it just annoyed me when I first read it :) Wish is an excellent album it's my second favourite I adore A Letter To Elise, From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea, Apart, Trust, To Wish Impossible Things, Friday Im In Love and Doing The Unstuck. Apart is so heart-breakingly beautiful. I also agree Bloodflowers is beautiful. I've only head the Only One a few times I will go and listen to it :) What is your favourite album by The Cure?