You know that feeling you get when the person you love kisses you, and you go all numb or get goosebumps? Or when your watching a great movie and you start to get excited about what is going to happen next? Well that is the feel I get when I listen to music. I get all tingly...
always bring me to tears. Such a simple sentiment, but so powerful. As a woman, it is what we want to hear from our partners.
When I learned that Joe Cocker passed away tonight, a little bit of my heart broke. No one else's version of that song could ever touch me like his.
if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today...
Imagine there's no countries
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace...
You may say I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the...
For me, music is the transporter of my feelings to the surface. Those feelings I keep tucked away, until those moments when I hear the beat and the rhythm pulsing through my veins. For in those moments, I feel free to feel it, all of it. The pain..the fear..the anger..the disgust...
but mostly i hear the same songs repeatedly, I find myself unable to hear the latest songs right away. My favourite artists are Poets of the fall, Mumford and sons, Blue october, Sting and I love the alternative rock most.
for me. When I hear songs that I used to listen to at a certain time in my life, they can trigger a lot of emotions and memories. I’m completely a lyrics person because of my obsession with words. If I could, I’d talk in lyrics. The amount of love I have on a song is...
I'm a grade 8 singer and pianist but even though I knew I could academically do music, I wasn't confident like I should have been. I'm really angry that I didn't enjoy music as much as I should have. I know for a fact that it would've helped me more. :( it's a shame but one song...
specific moment in your life. As if no time has passed. The way the right lyric can just grab your soul and heart, squeeze till the aching need washes over. Feeling of waves crashing down on your body.
Love, hate, sorrow, lust, and joy...all at once. This is what music does to...
and roll song.
It's an escape and at the same time a deep connection. It's like you're alone with the band and you're sharing a story, but the story is all yours... The song becomes you, the music becomes you. It's your life, your worries, your joys, your passions, all you know...
Question #1: Are you a morning or night person? NIGHT
Question #2: Which do you prefer, sweet or salty foods? SWEET
Question #3: Ninjas or pirates? PIRATES
Question #4: Ninjas vs pirates, discuss. THEY TRAVEL ALOT
Question #5: Autobots or Decepticons? DONT KNOW
The sun's coming up
As we're coming down
In the dawn it was clear
You were lost in the night
In the calm that was here
As you're washed in the light
Feels so good to feel
There's nothing here that's real
For once in your life
One of my earliest memories is me laying in bed at night. The smell of coffee and tobacco drifting in from the living room…the music of guitars being played skillfully by my Dads many musician friends…mostly folky stuff…the beautiful rich 12 string guitar or the finger...
Music has always been in my life. I remember driving with the family and the radio always been blaring. Today I have a collection of over 500 cd`s. I listen to all genre`s of music. In fact music mapped my life together. As a child, we moved around so I just had to many memories...
Ever since I was young and first introduced to music, it's had a profound effect on me and meant so much more than simply entertainment. This feeling has only intensified as I've grown older and my musical horizon has expanded.
It's hard to accurately describe the unique...