No one knows what it's like
To be the bad man
To be the sad man
Behind blue eyes
And no one knows
What it's like to be hated
To be fated to telling only lies
But my dreams they aren't as empty
As my conscience seems to be
I have hours, only lonely
the lonely road that leads so far away,
I see the distant lights that left behind the day
But what I see is so much more than I can say
And I see you midnight blue.
I see you cryin' now you've found a lot of pain,
And what you're searchin' for can never be the same,
I can't really describe the feeling I get when I find a song that somehow matches my emotional world, or my current situation. Sometimes, when I'm sad or lonely, there is nothing I want to do more than to listen to a sad song and feel sorry for myself. That's kinda pathetic I...
It's a little strange but I found a lot of comfort in the song Here(in your arms) by Hellogoodbye.
Well, you are the one, the one that lies close to me
Whispers 'hello I've missed you quite terribly'.  ...
Music touches me in so many different ways. I spend hours a day listening to music.
When I feel Sad or lonley or confused, I look through my song list and try to find a song that helps define what I am feeling.
For a really long time I have been missing someone so much...
The sun looks at the day dawning,
below the undergrowth is spawning,
diametric oppositions in realms unseen,
some gods abound new pedestals seen.
Walk the line she said to him, writing
and the words spun out a frightening,
the ghosts of her trips led her to more,
There is alot of plasticity in some current music, popular music, but there are songs which just do it.
Many mean something to me, songs by Whitney Houston, Guns n Roses, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Incubus, Bob Marley, Aretha Franklin, and I can go on with my list.
This song is so meaningful to me because I know that my former boyfriend loved this song and we had talked about it in depth and what it meant to us. That next weekend I was meeting him at Krispy Kreme in my hometown to spend a long weekend together. This was the...