25 Shades of Craig: Songs
“Where there is desire there is going to be a flame, where there is a flame someone is bound to get burned, just because it burns doesn’t mean you’re gonna die, you gotta to get up and try, try, try.”
When I hear the song “Try” by Pink it not only lifts my spirits, it also inspires me to get back up and keep trying.
Songs have always played an important role in my life. Every time I hear certain song it not only transports me back to an exact moment in time, it also changes my mood.
I don’t think we fully understand the power music has over us. Every song is a story put to a combination of notes.
Some are happy some are sad, some are full of hate and anger and some leave a mark on your soul. Have you ever heard a song that can instantly bring you to tears or make your blood boil?
Songs are energy and through the tempo and tones you can understand and feel the emotion behind it.
There are times in our life when we are unable to explain or express our feelings. Then you hear a song and you feel like that song was written just for you, your experience and your situation.
One of the easiest ways to change your mood or energy is by listening to music.
Want to get a crowd all railed up? Put on some heavy metal music and soon you will see people smashing up against each other.
Want to sooth a baby to sleep? Sing them a soft lullaby.
Music not only can set a mood and environment it can take you to place of tranquility. What does the music you listen to say about you?
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