Regina Spektor – Ode to Divorce (McCarren Park Pool)

Regina Spektor singing Ode to Divorce @ McCarren Park Pool in Brooklyn, NY on August 15th, 2008. This version was played with a string trio. — 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 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 I need your money It’ll help me I need your car and I need your love 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 You might make a dollar 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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    23 Responses to Regina Spektor – Ode to Divorce (McCarren Park Pool)

    1. jjweprich says:

      love

    2. InfiniteWallflower says:

      ahh i was there! great show, despite the rain 😀
      love this song. so moving, especially with the strings.

    3. RJLupin6 says:

      The rain made it better for me, it showed Regina that we were devoted enough to stand in the rain

      I also think it brought out the mood and the Thunder/Lightning fit well with some of the songs

    4. m3nd3s says:

      im so fucking jealous i cant stand it!

    5. vreausom15 says:

      Who would care about the weather when u can be with Regina?:D

    6. tallchick16 says:

      i agree sooo much!

    7. brn22dance says:

      people are talking and its pissing me off

    8. lrfp1017 says:

      Oh, regina…

    9. LeeluFairy says:

      cant believe ppl are talking its getting on my nerves if i were them i would just be listening or singing along.

    10. KimmyyKinns says:

      Agreed.

    11. Amie00812 says:

      It’s getting on my nerves too. They don’t appreciate or respect the awesomeness of this woman. They don’t deserve to be there. I wish I could be there but I can’t. 🙁

    12. myasheed says:

      i hope u werent one of the people talking. -.-

    13. Alec0209 says:

      Enchanting
      <regina3

    14. michelejuskomusic says:

      simply beautiful!! Such an incredible talent!

    15. Herorewind says:

      Yeah heaven forbid somebody talk at a concert! Insanity!

    16. indiansummerx says:

      this may be one of the saddest songs, even though I’m 15 and I obviously can’t relate to going through a divorce, it makes me cry….Regina always gives me chills.

    17. BinkGinkLink says:

      i dont know if its rude that people are talking, but their voices with her beautiful singing gives me chills. i like it

    18. kowei526 says:

      This song is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    19. CyberSpectrumND says:

      Things I’ve learned from Regina, She’s a brotha.

    20. PkHenrik says:

      were this people watching the concert or talking? for fuck sake…i just wish i could have been there to see her and those ridiculous fools talking…

    21. xheyqtx says:

      I was at the show exactly two years ago. It was one of the best nights of my life.

    22. SmotPoker09 says:

      what an interesting point of view, from the back of an ex-lover’s mouth… how poetic:D

    23. ChandraQP says:

      I made my family listen to this song and all they would do is ask me “What does she mean, ‘you might make a dollar?'” Heck, I don’t understand it too well, but that doesn’t make the whole song bad! What is interesting about Regina is that you get something new out of her song EVERY time you listen to them–they are just that poetic. She writes songs that are funny and sad, but they make you think. That’s why she’s so amazing. I don’t know why some people can’t understand that. :/

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