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Regina Spektor - Ode to Divorce

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Published on Apr 7, 2011

The food that I'm eating
Is suddenly tasteless
I know I'm alone now
I know what it tastes like
So break me to small parts
Let go in small doses
But spare some for spare parts
There might be some good ones
Like you might make a dollar
I'm inside your mouth now
Behind your tonsils
Peeking over your molars
You're talking to her now
And you've eaten something minty
And you're making that face that I like
And you're going in, in for the kill, kill
For the killer kiss, kiss for the kiss, kiss

I need your money, it'll help me
I need your car and I need your love [x2]
So won't you help a brother out?
Won't you help a brother out?
Won't you help a brother out, out, out, out, out?

So break me to small parts
Let go in small doses
But spare some for spare parts
You might make a dollar
Dollar, you might make a dollar

So won't you help a brother out?
Won't you help a brother out?
Won't you help a brother out, out, out, out, out?

Just break me to small parts
Let go in small doses
But spare some for spare parts
There might be some good ones
You might make a dollar
(There might be some good ones)
There might be some good ones
(You might make a dollar)
You might make a dollar
(There might be some good ones)
There might be some good ones

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Comments • 147

Samuel Wallace
She's really underrated. Even if the music gets too experimental, it's pretty much guaranteed to transport you. This song in particular just takes my mind miles away and becomes more than just a song. Objectively, there isn't much melodic structure and the signing isn't that great, and yet this song is more awesome than anything else I've listened to this year. Either I'm crazy or she's some sort of genius-in-disguise. PS: that piano riff is awesome and is perfectly balanced with her voice and just the tiniest bit of stringed accompaniment; very tastefully done.
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Jason Jackson
TOTALLY AGREE!
Samuel Wallace
+Angel Lewis I think you took my comment too seriously. My interest in your life was purely sarcastic ...
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Miah Gruber
This song is getting me through the loss of my brother. Sad Spector heals 
patrick mcgrath
Just happened by chance to come across this young lady......gotta love serendipity:-)
Buckminsterfullerene Coraxprogeny
My nesting Babushka dolls are being held hostage by my ex-husband. Don't forget to visit Ben Folds and his divorces after this song!
Naana Jane Lane
such a good song :') miss the old reg
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Mella
+Naana Jane Lane I don't think her writing style has changed at all. It's the background music. The piano makes it that much more beautiful. 
Naana Jane Lane
+Jack Spraker 100% agree with this, i kind of want to cry when i hear her old stuff - she was beyond amazing and so unique. I'm sure she's still an amazing person but you can't deny that her music has just become commercial compared to her old stuff. 
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김선구
I like her soul!!! good-good-very-good!
Bowties NCoolnes
Everything about this song is just... ugh, it's too good.
Alma Jaimes
best line ever , Im inside your mouth now.... behind your tonsills
Sabrina Longley
"I see you talking to her now" - oh the feels...
michael campbell
seen her in glasgow, some bloke actually shouted "divorce me regina" pmsl only in scotland eh
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