Driving in the Rain & Sobbing Playlist

Written by  //  December 20, 2011  //  Music, Playlist, The Conservatory  //  3 Comments

You like that front page photo? We had our whole graphics team on it.

Let’s face it: when you are leaving that special someone on a cross-country road trip while drunk on flask whiskey, and then it starts raining, and you are sobbing, the last thing you want is to be fiddling with your iPod. Lucky for you, I like making really dramatic playlists, and have come up with the perfect music to have your life ruined to. This way, at least you won’t crash your semi truck while fiddling with your iPod. Put your seat belt on, you fucking sad bastard! Get your shit together! Now listen up.

Thanks to Donnybrook’s favorite secret tipster, Chris, for help curating this playlist.

LISTEN TO/WATCH Driving in the Rain and Sobbing Playlist on YouTube (I won’t always host it on YouTube, but I couldn’t track down that Delfonics track for the life of me)

Playlist:
“Nights in White Satin” – the Moody Blues
“Blue Jeans” – Lana Del Rey
“Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time)” – Delfonics
“Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys” – Willie Nelson
“Wichita Lineman” – Glen Campbell
“Atmosphere” – Joy Division
“Tha Crossroads” – Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

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Angora Holly Polo is the Czar of Donnybrook Manor, moderator of leisure, purveyor of intrigue. You may email her offerings of gold at GoDonnybrook@Gmail.com.

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3 Comments on "Driving in the Rain & Sobbing Playlist"

  1. Ethereal JB December 20, 2011 at 11:25 am · Reply

    I was JUST thinking how it was probably impossible to put The Moody Blues and Bone Thugs on the same playlist. WRONG, JB. WRONG.

  2. House December 20, 2011 at 12:11 pm · Reply

    Brilliant! But… there’s a gaping hole where “She’s Gone Back To What She Calls Home,” by Cole Hardin should be…. http://www.theonion.com/articles/heartbreaking-country-ballad-paralyzes-trucking-in,1176/

  3. Team Donnybrook
    Team Donnybrook December 20, 2011 at 12:48 pm · Reply

    “‘Scuse me a moment,” Knutson said. “Sorry, but I must’ve gotten something in my eye just then.”

    @JB – many firsts have happened on this here website. We make miracles happen.

    Lastly, my playlist link isn’t working. I’m trying to fix it now, but I might just end up crying in my whiskey.

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