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From this week’s Grey’s:

old songs, on a late night
there’s just too much on my mind
my young, is a young love
but I know we’ll get this right


A Message 2010, Coldplay

Another track from “Hope for Haiti Now.” A track called “A Message” from Coldplay’s album X&Y that was remade for the telethon.

I think I actually like the original more:

And it’s so hard to see clearly
You don’t have to be on your own

Come Out Darkness

I’m in the war of my life
At the core of my life
Out of time and there’s nowhere to run

Chances Are

Chances are when said and done
Who’ll be the lucky ones who make it all the way?
Though you say I could be your answer
Nothing lasts forever, no matter how it feels today

Chances are we’ll find a new equation
Chances roll away from me
Chances are all they hope to be

Marchin’ On

I love this song.

For those days we felt like a mistake
Those times when love’s what you hate
Somehow, we keep marchin’ on

For those nights that I couldn’t be there
I’ve made it harder to know that you know
That somehow, we’ll keep movin’ on

There’s so many wars we fought
There’s so many things we’re not
But with what we have
I promise you that
We’re marchin’ on, we’re marchin’ on

For all of the plans we made
There isn’t a flag I’d wave
Don’t care where we’ve been
I’d sink us to swim
We’re marchin’ on, we’re marchin’ on

For those doubts that swirl all around us
For those lives that tear at the seams
We know, we’re not what we’ve seen

Oh, for this dance we move with each other
There ain’t no other step
Than one foot
Right in front of the other, oh

…We’ll have the days we break
And we’ll have the scars to prove it
We’ll have the bombs that we saved
And we’ll have the heart
Not to lose it

For all of the times we fought
For all of the things I’m not

You put one foot in front of the other
We go where we go
We’re marchin’ on, we’re marchin’ on