The Thursday Album – The Greatest by Cat Power

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This week’s Thursday Album is Cat Power’s The Greatest. I hope you enjoy it 🙂 This isn’t the kind of music I usually listen to and I guess it’s not particularly odd either, but I like it!

The Greatest is the seventh studio album by indie rock artist Chan Marshall, a.k.a. Cat Power. It debuted at #34 on the Billboard 200, her highest charting album at the time.Wikipedia
Artist: Cat Power
Release date: January 20, 2006
Producer: Stuart Sikes
Genres: Indie rock, Jazz fusion
“The Greatest”

Once I wanted to be the greatest
No wind or waterfall could stall me
And then came the rush of the flood
Stars at night turned deep to dust

Melt me down
Into big black armour
Leave no trace of grace
Just in your honor
Lower me down
To culprit south
Make ’em wash a space in town
For the lead
And the dregs of my bed
I’ve been sleeping
Lower me down
Pin me in
Secure the grounds
For the later parade

Once I wanted to be the greatest
Two fists of solid rock
With brains that could explain
Any feeling

Lower me down
Pin me in
Secure the grounds
For the lead
And the dregs of my bed
I’ve been sleeping
For the later parade

Once I wanted to be the greatest
No wind or waterfall could stall me
And then came the rush of the flood
The stars at night turned deep to dust

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