When the days are cold And the cards all fold And the saints we see Are all made of gold When your dreams all fail And the ones we hail Are the worst of all And the blood's run stale I want to hide the truth I want to shelter you But with the beast inside There's nowhere we can...
(Ho!) I've been trying to do it right
(Hey!) I've been living a lonely life
(Ho!) I've been sleeping here instead
(Hey!) I've been sleeping in my bed,
(Ho!) Sleeping in my bed
(Ho!) So show me family
when my heart feels cold, things like Bob Marley, Kate Bush, 70s country (yes, you, Tammy Wynnette!!) especially because I listen to these on vinyl that I pick up from the charity shop and it sounds so rich and warms my heart from the cold modern world. However... if I stop...
but without my music I'd eventually just stop. Is stop everything. At some point I'd just need to escape something. It could be pain, stress, annoying little kids. My music is my escape. Even when there's no one left I still have that. Especially when I've hit rock bottom. The...
of my life, I found a lump in my underarm, I was worried but enough to go to the doc, but not that much. Cancer goes in my family, but I mean I'm 21.. I didn't seriously think of it. My sister yelled at me and called me a bunch of things for worrying enough to even go to the doc...
I?m not sure I could
They say time heals everything
But I?m still waiting
I?m through with doubt
There?s nothing left for me to figure out
I?ve paid a price
And I?ll keep paying
I?m not ready to make nice
I?m not ready to back down
I?m still mad as hell and
I don?t have time...
always plugged in, and on the highest volume. I shut out the world and all of its negative energy, but I always seem to get picked on either way. If it weren't for music I probably would've committed suicide by now..
when I'm really depressed. After some time, I listen to hard rock to pump me up from depression to frustration. This phase is crucial really. xD Then, alternative rock songs to bring me back to normal. :D
abroad, I was diagnosed with bipolar nearly 3 years ago, and before that I struggled a lot. I let it get quite far before my family told me to seek medical help, and finally gave me the courage to take a step forward. I've dealt with severe depression and bipolar for as long as...