what’s it called when u have friends but ur still lonely
why would u say that
I don’t want Eleven to see Clara and regenerate. I want Amy there, as a dream, a hallucination, whatever; I want A
my there and just go ‘Hey Raggedy Man’. She was his first face Eleven ever saw, and I want her to be the last face he ever sees.
Can our hearts really take that again???
Those damn eyes
Word Clouds For All Four of Arctic Monkeys’ Studio Albums
Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not, 2006 - The words shown are simple ones, but when arranged in a way only the clever Alex Turner can, they are transformed into vivid and witty descriptions of nightlife.
Favourite Worst Nightmare, 2007 - FWN expands on WPSIATWIN by adding a few more topics to discuss. The evolution results in a more polished, more poetic, and more invigorating work of art.
Humbug, 2009 - When the Alex and the Monkeys retreated into the desert, they emerged with an album with music equally as complex and different as the words Turner wrote. His writing exemplifies an artist’s maturing, as he expands his decorative library of witty wordplay and imagery.
Suck It And See, 2011 - Elements of repetition were made obvious on this marvelous work. Arctic Monkeys delivered a slightly more pop-infused sound and style this time around, but Alex was sure not to abandon his knack for the most cunning of lyrics.
The word clouds shown above contain an arrangement of 75 of the most frequent words to be heard on each album, minus frequented words like “a” and “the.” The size implies how much it was used in the album, and each cloud is coloured to the theme of its corresponding album cover.
Sparknotes Version: "WANNA WANNA WANNA WANT WANT WANT"
Arctic Monkeys - You’re So Dark (Preview)