Song of the Day #3,220: ‘Prove My Love’ – Lucinda Williams vs. Garbage

Closing out this first week of Montauk Madness, we have the fifth matchup from Round One, pitting Lucinda Williams against Garbage. Folk rock vs. industrial rock. Organic vs. electronic.

As much as I like Garbage, particularly their first three albums, this is another easy pick. Ideally, the first round should be easy, though peeking ahead I see a couple of hair-pullers on the horizon.

I suspect my readers will vote the same way, but you never know. That’s why we hold elections.

We all make mistakes sometimes
And I have made my share of mine
But if I have to, I’ll walk the line
Just to prove my love

You know I’d give everything I’ve got
And I what I’d give would be a lot
I would smooth out all the rough spots
Just to prove my love

Let me prove my love for you
Let me do whatever I can do
Let me show my heart is true
Let me prove my love for you

There was a time way back when
The words we spoke were sweeter then
We can have those times again
Let me prove my love

Let me prove my love for you
Let me do whatever I can do
Let me show my heart is true
Let me prove my love for you
Let me prove my love for you

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2 thoughts on “Song of the Day #3,220: ‘Prove My Love’ – Lucinda Williams vs. Garbage

  1. Dana says:

    My familiarity with both of these artists comes through your blog, but, based on what I’ve heard, I’ll give the nod to Williams here.

  2. The Cool Guy (Daniel) says:

    From what I have heard of their songs I will lean toward Lucinda Williams on this one as well though I do tend to have a soft spot for singer songwriters. Side note: what a weird name for a band.

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