Thursday, April 2, 2009


"You can never ask someone to buy you flowers, they have to want to."

The songs Kathleen Edwards sings are autobiographical, with every song having a "personal connection" to herself. With her third album, Asking for Flowers, the songs are more personal and intimate than ever. Unsure about the song, "The Cheapest Key", she recorded it anyway and loved the results. I'm not sure why there are two women in bikinis dancing in the video but I'm not complaining. The video is censored by the way, with the line, "B is for bullshit and you fed me some".

Kathleen Edwards doesn't aspire to be the greatest song writer ever, she just wants to be great. Asking for Flowers proves she certainly is.

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