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Greetings Friend! I want to welcome you to The Sweetest Art List and tell you all about us.

What We Do: 

I am a poet and psychology girl who started this website to share my short thoughts on awesome art and my original poetry. You will not find any clutter here–only the most awesome music and literature I have run across, from both classic artists and modern names you’ll recognize!

Give us your email and we will send you a weekly post featuring a great work of music or literature with my short thoughts. These posts will then be in the archives, and you will have unlimited access to the complete collection of posts! You only have to use the Pay Now button on the side bar to pay $25 for your annual subscription.

What Will NOT Happen:

We pledge that, because of your membership, this site will never carry ads nor will ads be in your weekly emails. This website will not have a social component but, please, feel free to chat with your friends about us! Unfortunately, this site will not be available in translation.

Our Product:

You can check out a sample below of works of art and my comments, as well as one of my poems, to see what you will be getting! Please note, the archives and emails will not have videos, audio, or photos in them, but you will be given ample information to find each work of art online for yourself.

I can’t wait to share this awesome art with you! Please scroll down to enjoy these first additions to The Sweetest Art List!


Lilly Lekhan



The Sweetest Art List #1-#17

First, an original poem by me:


I Awoke in India, Bewildered


Whose soul is this,

swirling around me?


Whose song is this,

coming down on the wind?


Whose palm is this,

wrapped around me?



And now, the List:

#17–randomly missing Jeff Buckley: “Hallelujah” by Jeff Buckley, originally by Leonard Cohen 



#16–sexy without losing the romance: “My Eyes” by Blake Shelton featuring Gwen Sebastian



#15–this song is so filled with story that it is really much better without the video, though the artistry in the video is fantastic: “Gravedigger” by Dave Matthews




#14–from the time when girl anthems were rare: “Silent All These Years” by Tori Amos

(released in North America in April 1992 by Atlantic Records on her debut studio album ‘Little Earthquakes’–try the official studio version on the album without any video first)


#13–Jeff Buckley said Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan had the voice of an angel. He was probably the greatest vocalist in the history of recorded music. I missed him in concert :(. I dreamed that I would see him live when I moved from Charleston, WV to Boston for college in 1996, but he died in the summer of ’97. Now added to the list: the works of Nusrat Fateh Ali Kahn


#12–I remember listening to this song on repeat while riding the T in Boston in the late 90’s: “In the Absence of Sun” by Duncan Sheik



#11–I am not putting this song up because of the times–I prefer to think of this classic as a personal story. The lyrics are sweet and will make your heart ache: “Nikita” by Elton John



#10–I always loved this cool song from early U2: “Trash, Trampoline, and the Party Girl” by U2



#09–better without the video but awesome all the same: “Summer Rain” by U2



#08–the: video for “Zombie” by the Cranberries



#07–May your day be truly blessed by this: “What Child Is This” by Andrea Bocelli featuring Mary J. Blige



#06–this song is beautiful: “My Lover’s Gone” by Dido



#05–1984: “Do They Know It’s Christmas” by Band Aid



#04–the: video for “We Were Us” by Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert



#03–always loved this song: “Somewhere With You” by Kenny Chesney



#02–Yes the VMA performance was crazy–but this is stunning!: Video of The Backyard Sessions with Miley Cyrus performing Dolly Parton’s “Jolene”



#01–Cool song–real art! Beautiful and mesmerizing!: “The Man Who Stole A Leopard” by Duran Duran











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Where to find content online: YouTube, Vevo, Yahoo Music, Google Play, Amazon Prime, Spotify, iTunes, Pandora,, CMT, MTV, artist’s official pages.

Also, try your local bookstore or library for advice on finding literature mentioned on The Sweetest Art List.




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