that you don't have to know a langue to appreciate a song, I can't help but feel bad for people that don't know Spanish. Some of these songs are so passionate and beautiful. They could bring you to tears, make you look back on your entire life and break your heart over and over...
At this point now music is what keeps me from self harm specifically cutting. I think about it all the time but being able to play my instrument, go to shows as a musician and as an audience member sometimes, and listen in general helps to stray me from cutting. Thank god for...
tell you I'm sorry
You don't know how lovely you are
I had to find you
Tell you I need you
Tell you I set you apart
Tell me your secrets
And ask me your questions
Oh, let's go back to the start
Running in circles
Coming up tails
Heads on a science apart
Nobody said it was...
Whenever you currently feel strong emotions while listening to a shuffled playlist, there will be a song coming up eventually that will largely involve you and tell you about your current situation. Its lyrics and mood will define you so much that you feel owned by the song.
not likely to ever happen though.
And all I remember is your back
Walking towards the airport, leaving us all in your past
I traveled fifteen hundred miles to see you
Begged you to want me, but you didn't want to
But piece by piece he collected me
Up off the ground where you...
which immediately put me into a trance like state, as if nothing can go wrong and I'm in my own world, know what is mean? 3 of these songs are "karma police" and "lucky" by radiohead and probably my favourite of all time "BTSTU" By Jai Paul
that something as simple as a song can change your entire mood with only a matter of seconds. Music can make you feel thing's you've never even experienced yourself and that is honestly one of the most beautiful things. You could be sitting there crying your eyes out listening...
and remember the good things. It relaxes me when I'm stressed or mad. When I'm sad, it makes me happy. When I'm happy it makes me even more happier depending on the songs that play. How does music make you feel?
Flash back to the past with this one. SO beautiful and sweet.
Remembering my first love, it was so pure and true. Good memories always outlast the hurtful and sad ones. I adore this blast from the past. Pure magic and good feelings....WOW!
and as a way to cope I listen to music. It's like a break for the moment and I go off into my own world.
It also just makes me happy and I feel like singing or dancing whenever I am in a good mood after listening to music.
and I love them all at different times.... I can love reggae, jazz, traditional rock, hard rock , progressive rock, classical music such a wide range all great at different times different moods... Make music not war!
for the day I set about my duties in the house. I start with sweeping and washing the floors, and doing these tasks I wear my headphones and listen to music on my old MP3 player.
It's the same when I go and clean the bathroom I just listen to my MP3. However, when I'm cooking I...
I find meaning and bliss in music that, in my world, exists nowhere else.
A few weeks ago I started getting ear infections, and soon enough my hearing diminished. I haven't been able to listen to or make music as I've done my entire life and it's beginning to take hold.
part of my heart. Music takes all of my problems away and just let's me enjoy the day. I don't think I've went a single day without listening to music in LONG time. Music is what keeps me sane in this crazy world.
while you fall asleep
Little do you know I'm still haunted by the memories
Little do you know I'm trying to pick myself up piece by piece
Little do you know I need a little more time..
by Alex & Sierra
closing your eyes and ease into the moment you start hearing the first sound of the music, three seconds in and you're already in another world of your own. The only problem is when someone or something throws you back into reality and realize....your life sucks. Ahaha but that...