I have been listening to this song for the past few days and I think that it’s the most played song on my iTunes as I have been playing it on repeat. It’s actually a surprise since it’s a song from this dimension, from this century. The song is just damn beautiful.
Loving can heal
Loving can mend your soul
And it’s the only thing that I know (know)
I swear it will get easier
Remember that with every piece of ya
And it’s the only thing we take with us when we die
I don’t even know which music to play or which song to sing. All I know is that I am sad and in desperate need of happiness but we don’t give up today. We don’t give up ever. We keep on fighting.
I don’t know what kind of game we’re playing here. I just do hope that you let me win this time. I have suffered long enough. It’s about time that you give me the joy I deserve.
When I listen to music, I feel like I am drifting into a new world. Whenever I plug that pair of earphones on and hit the play button, the world around me suddenly changes. I close my eyes and I feel every note flowing, every lyrics coming through, I see the artist struggling, I feel their happiness, sometimes their pain. I feel like I am one with the song.
I hate it when people say that music is the only thing that has stuck with them when no one else has. I mean like, look around you, there are people out there who’s just waiting for you to come out. Anyway, my taste in music has changed over time. I listen to music while driving, studying, cleaning, anything. The genres I used to like aren’t that enticing anymore. I still listen to them every once in a while but not as much as I did before but it actually depends on my mood.
Well here is my little list. It’s not my favorite music as I don’t really do favorites but here are the top three songs I feel most relevant to what I am going through right now.
1. LAST HOPE by Paramore
This has been “my song” for the past month since it was our exams MONTH and I am really, seriously struggling in class. The grades have been out, some were good and some were not so…
It's just a spark but it's enough
to keep me goingAnd when it's dark out, no one's around,
it keeps glowing
There are so many things in life we still have to be thankful about.
2. ON MY OWN from Les Miserables
Pretty much sums up my life. HAHAHAHAHA :(((
3. Little Wonders by Rob Thomas
I don’t really want to add a third song but then again, the task said THREE.
This is it! I just actually chose three random songs. Just go check my other SOTWs. 🙂
I have decided to label This I Promise You by N’Sync for this week’s Song of the Week. I first heard the song way back in grade school when we used it during a performance. The song didn’t make any sense then. Now that I am older and more interested in listening to music I have understood and have found out the meaning of the song.
Every word I say is true,
This I promise you…
And I have been busy this whole week because of our long exams so here’s an update. That’s actually a procrastination song I have been playing.
If I lay here
If I just lay here
Would you lie with me and just forget the world
I have been listening to this song for quite some time now. Aside from having a catchy tone, the lyrics is also pretty good, and meaningful. ((:
Anyway it’s called Home by Magnetic Zeros.
The main reason why I made a song of the week “blog segment” was so I could update my blog at least weekly. I guess, IT JUST DOESN’T HAPPEN. I also want to share to my
(I don’t even know if I have any) blog readers, the song I listen to.
In connection to my previous rolling-in-the-deep post, here’s a song that kind of fits. Play this while reading the previous post. It’s actually a theme song. kidding!
Here it is: Love Don’t Die Easy by Charlie Worsham. I first heard about him/this song at an episode in the TV Series, Bones.