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Find me someone else who could cover this song as perfectly as Fiona Apple did. I dare you.

Honey, help me out of this mess, I’m a stranger to myself but don’t reach for me, I’m too far away. I don’t want to talk ‘cause there’s nothing left to say.
Fiona Apple, The Child is Gone (via behind-the-curtains)

(via behind-the-curtains-deactivated)

It pisses me off to think that we’re conditioned to push away bad feelings and to think that anything that’s uncomfortable is something to be avoided. When things are really bad nowadays, I recognize the value in it because it’s me filling my quota— it’s going to make my joy more intense later.
Fiona Apple

cookiepuss:

If you are a woman/girl and you can’t identify with at least one of her songs, if not all, then we can’t be friends. Legit.

THIS.

(via peacocklady)

Let’s pretend we’re eight years old playin’ hooky. I draw on the wall, and you can play UFC rookie.
Fiona Apple, Anything We Want
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Fiona Apple,
The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than The Driver Of The Screw & Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do

suicideblonde:

Fiona Apple - Hot Knife

He excites me
Must be like a genesis of rhythm

I get feisty whenever I’m with him.
If I’m butter, then he’s a hot knife.

I could liken you to a werewolf the way you left me for dead 
But I admit that I provided a full moon 
And I could liken you to a shark the way you bit off my head 
But then again I was waving around a bleeding, open wound 

(via bbook)

ooo!

New Fiona Apple song? …with poor audio quality? Nevertheless, it’s been a long time. Welcome back.

rollingstone:

It’s been a long time since we’ve heard new music from Fiona Apple. Luckily, the wait is almost over. In a recent tweet, Epic Records chairman and CEO L.A. Reid announced that the followup to her 2005 album Extraordinary Machine will be released sometime in early 2012.

It seems that Epic is at least partly responsible for the large hiatus. At a concert in Los Angeles in November, Apple admitted to her fans that she couldn’t remember how to play her new songs because they had been done for a year.

To read more about the new Fiona Apple album, visit RollingStone.com.

—Ben Murray

YES!