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This Year by The Mountain Goats

August 8, 2013

I included this song in my Music for the Road post, but I think it deserves its own spotlight.  For the past week or so, it has been the song that gets me up in the morning, the song that gets me singing in the car and playing my steering wheel like drums, the song that has me dancing solo around my apartment (with the blinds drawn).  Also, at least lyrically, it is the perfect companion piece to Jodi Angel’s You Only Get Letters From Jail, which I know you’re all reading based on my glowing recommendation.  And if you’re not reading it, you really should be.

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