Bookworm Songs

I present to you 12 songs for bookwurms like me. They all deal with books, librarians, writers, and famous literary heroes. Do you have any favority songs about literature? Let me know in the comments.

1. Bookends – Simon and Garfunkel
2. Wrapped up in Books – Belle and Sebastian
3. White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane
4. Librarian – My Morning Jacket
5. Paperback Writer – The Beatles
6. Sylvia Plath – Ryan Adams
7. Killing an Arab – The Cure
8. The Booklovers – The Divine Comedy
9. Don’t Stand So Close To Me – The Police
10. William, It Was Really Nothing – The Smiths
11. Wuthering Heights – Kate Bush
12. The Book of Love – Magnetic Fields

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4 thoughts on “Bookworm Songs

  1. Ik ben hier heel enthousiast over! Simon and Garfunkel forever. Hun prachtig nummer ‘Dangling Conversation’ gaat hier ook over, overigens.
    I present you:

    “And you read your Emily Dickinson,
    And I my Robert Frost,
    And we note our place with bookmarkers
    That measure what we’ve lost.
    Like a poem poorly written
    We are verses out of rhythm,
    Couplets out of rhyme,
    In syncopated time
    Lost in the dangling conversation
    And the superficial sighs,
    Are the borders of our lives.”

      • Understandable. Although being one of my all-time favourite Smiths song, I don’t really understand why you picked ‘William, It Was Really Nothing’ though. Last I checked that song was about someone discouraging a friend to marry. Unless you have another theory?
        ‘Shakespeare’s Sister’ might also have been a good option, non?

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