Sweet Nothings - For Depression (You've Got a Friend)

12:58 Sweet Nothings Jun 14, 2016 28 comments 10539 2202

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I know what depression is like, I've had it most of my life. So cuddle in close and let me sing you to sleep...

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  • LoganWynnWales090 on 2022-11-27 07:33:05 (UTC)

    “A heart that's full up like a landfill A job that slowly kills you Bruises that won't heal

    You look so tired, unhappy Bring down the government They don't, they don't speak for us

    I'll take a quiet life A handshake of carbon monoxide And no alarms and no surprises No alarms and no surprises No alarms and no surprises Silent, silent

    This is my final fit My final bellyache

    With no alarms and no surprises No alarms and no surprises No alarms and no surprises, please

    Such a pretty house And such a pretty garden No alarms and no surprises (get me out of here) No alarms and no surprises (get me out of here) No alarms and no surprises, please (get me out of here)…💔”

    • A Eve on 2022-12-19 14:38:04 (UTC)

      not ringing any bells this time

      • LoganWynnWales090 on 2023-01-13 08:24:46 (UTC)

        Radiohead’s No Surprises; you singing Carole King’s You’ve Got a Friend made me think of that song since it talks about how grim life in the modern world seems to be, but then you singing the King song just made things feel at least just a little bit better. Thank you, Eve. :)

        • A Eve on 2023-01-31 21:49:19 (UTC)

          Aw, that's lovely! Thank you!

  • Greenhead on 2019-04-05 17:38:31 (UTC)

    I know it's been 2 years now, but I still come back to this audio to brighten up the nights that seem a little darker than usual.

    Thanks Eve. :D

    • A Eve on 2019-04-08 21:28:50 (UTC)

      You're so welcome! I'm glad to help 😘

  • Jeffsortairish on 2017-03-04 07:26:17 (UTC)

    I think it's easy in life to veer off into denying difficulties or being a victim, but you seem to show a more balanced way. An honesty about difficulties and how they can affect us, while not letting them define us. An openness to still seeing the good things and where we can still express creativity or goodwill. Your words seem genuinely connected with experience, and little wonder that many of us feel a caring sweetness and sincerity in them.

    Over the years, I've often thought of this quote:
    "In every life, no matter how full or empty one's purse, there is tragedy. It is the one promise life always fulfills. Thus, happiness is a gift and the trick is not to expect it but to delight in it when it comes."
    (from the movie Nicholas Nickleby, 2002)

    Wishin' you well in being you amidst what a day brings :)

    • A Eve on 2017-03-05 21:30:27 (UTC)

      Yes, I think that's a great way to put it - honesty about life's difficulties without letting them define us.

      and that's a great quote too:P Same to you 😘

  • FrenchBliss on 2016-12-19 17:11:38 (UTC)

    Thank you...just thank you...❤️

    • A Eve on 2016-12-19 18:32:55 (UTC)

      mon plaisir, cher 💋

  • SiriusSnow on 2016-10-19 11:38:16 (UTC)

    Trying to put my feelings into words would not to my feelings justice, because I don't think such words exist. I first found your work on literotica, and became addicted to your voice; I thought about asking if you had any non erotic audios like poetry reading or something. I saw you had mentioned having your own site, and found this. This particular audio touched me, or broke me, or something... I guess it made me realize just how lonely I have really been lately. I was in tears when you started singing. Listening to your voice before bed has helped me to fall asleep and stay asleep, something that has escaped me for quite a while; I used to have dreams / nightmares to the point where I was afraid to go to sleep. I had a dream one night after listening to you, and for the first time in probably a year, it wasn't about my ex, it was about someone new. I may still be a mess, but I'm finally headed in the right direction; I no longer have to drink to get to sleep, now I can just get drunk on your voice. I can't thank you enough, Eve, you are a lifesaver. I'm on board, if there is anything I can do to help you out in any way, please give me a shout.

    • A Eve on 2016-10-19 14:34:01 (UTC)

      Aww, thank you so much for telling me, I'm so glad to know if I've been able to help ❤️

  • ShyPhil on 2016-07-22 06:19:12 (UTC)

    Hi Eve,
    My name is Phil, a very shy guy, especially when it come to the ladies, i'm not the most attractive guy in the world, and over the years haven't had a lot of lusk when it comes to women or relationships, i'm new to your site, and it's been a breath of fresh air for me. they've meant a lot to me and have struck a very deep chord with me. i think your site is amazing, and what you do for men, even men like me with no confidence is a wonderful thing, i've listened to a lot of your recordings they've been very erotic as well as inspiring, keep doing what you do, because it's very helpful to men like me, who have no self esteem, confidence, and who are very very shy around women especially very beautiful women, such as yourself, your voice is amazing and beautiful, i could listen to you for hours. this particular recording about depression really hit home for me. i'm coming off of a break up about six months ago, and it's very painful, and your recordings really helped me through it, thanks again, and i'll keep listening and looking forward to your new recordings , and i'll comment when i can, thanks Love !! ShyPhil

    • A Eve on 2016-07-24 19:33:22 (UTC)

      Thank you so much, Phil. I'm sorry to hear you're coming off a break up, I know how painful that is. I hope you know you don't have any reason to be shy, just focus on all the amazing things you are and let yourself feel good about them. Women will notice ❤️

      • ShyPhil on 2016-07-25 02:27:34 (UTC)

        Thanks Eve, That's great advice, i'll try that. talk to you soon BTW i love all your new recordings, this is my new favorite website, ha ha,

        • A Eve on 2016-07-25 13:04:03 (UTC)

          I'm glad to hear it! 💋

  • MadWithLust on 2016-06-22 01:13:12 (UTC)

    OMG, this was so incredibly sweet! You are such a magical, sweet, caring soul to relate to!

    I'm sorry to hear that you can relate so well to depression...but the whole "bag of hammers" thing was so inspiring and positive! You're the best!!!

    • A Eve on 2016-06-22 20:46:02 (UTC)

      Aw thanks MWL, right back at ya! ❤️

  • devilstool on 2016-06-15 23:34:58 (UTC)

    Hi tickle monster! 😁
    You should sing more. There ain't too much that voice can't do.

    • A Eve on 2016-06-16 11:45:07 (UTC)

      Aw, that's so sweet! Thank you! 💋

  • Jandrusel on 2016-06-15 23:05:23 (UTC) (edited)

    'With all due respect, Mr Taylor this isn't the best time for your unique brand of bittersweet folk rock'.

    Besides citing old Simpsons jokes, I can relate a lot to this audio. Even though I feel a lot better these days, it's amazing how easy is for me to go back to the old patterns of depressed thinking. I think it's something that you never grow out of it, no matter how many moments of happiness you may be living. There's still that voice of worry, anxiety, and hopelessness in the back of your head.

    People always try to cheer you up an tell you to be happy. But Lord knows that's not how it works at all. The only positive thing I've got to say about depression is that it helps you learn about yourself. In my case, hitting rock bottom was a catharsis that let me move towards happiness and emotional stability. It wasn't easy, but I'm getting there.

    I'm saddened to hear that you suffer from this unfortunate disease. I'm not going to bother you with the kind of cringy and topical advice that you hear everywhere (you know what kind, 'go out and do stuff with people bla bla'), but please, take care. You deserve all the best in your life. Even if your brain tells you otherwise.

    When I was depressed, one of the things that made me happy was going out in the woods and whistle to the birds. I always tried to mimic their chants and try to see if they reacted to my whistling. It made me laugh everytime I'd try to think about the birds reactions to my poor skills at 'bird-language' ('What did you say about my mother, you moron?!')

    Try it. If my silly hobby helps you, give me a little whistle 😆 Stay happy and sexy, Eve.

    • A Eve on 2016-06-16 11:45:43 (UTC)

      Haha I love that quote. Thanks J, I'll give it a try 💋

  • STEVE4EVE on 2016-06-15 14:31:41 (UTC)

    The best part was singing along with you :)

    • A Eve on 2016-06-16 11:45:57 (UTC)

      Haha I thought I'd get a few of you humming along...

  • NowhereMan on 2016-06-15 11:37:33 (UTC)

    Thanks for this Eve. Really needed this one.

    • A Eve on 2016-06-16 11:46:21 (UTC)

      You're very welcome ❤️

  • LeariWavan on 2016-06-15 02:15:27 (UTC)

    Eve you are an amazing person. I do so love these. Do you like read my mind or something. I haven't been in the greatest of moods...weight of the world and all that. I just enjoy the feeling of you being you and trying to ease a little of everyone's burdens. Thank you again for a beautiful cuddle. You are truly Mo Anam Cara. Tá tú bean álainn! Tá gach rud a dhéanann tú agus a rá iontach. Go raibh maith agat as do chuid focal agus do ghrá.

    • A Eve on 2016-06-15 09:05:45 (UTC)

      Go raibh míle maith agat, a stór 💋