Music in my Life
While walking today as I normally do, I turned around and your face came into my view. I could only imagine what was wrong with her. But at the end I understood what was wrong with her, it was music. This is what music does to people and I love it for that. Music makes people feel good inside so much that it might even hurt. Throughout my life, music has always been a major influence. It has the power to change my mood when I'm feeling down. Music is a cure for when I’m down and a joy for my happiest days. It’s part of my life and can express my feelings when my own words are not enough. There’s a song to every feeling I feel and I’ve yet to find them all. I can't remember the exact day I started listening to music, but since I found my passion I had for it. It definitely has gotten me hooked so therefore it receives a special place in my heart. I love the tone, the harmony, and tempo that it brings together to give it a perfect melody. Growing up in a poverty-stricken environment I turned to music to escape the atrocious things happening in my life; music allows me to feel, lets me express myself, and it changes my mood. I’ve been made fun of more than once for loving the way music makes me feel. Based on some of the music I listen to, you’d think I spend my days curled up in the fetal position crying. But that’s not the case. And, it has this magical way of elevating the normal events of my life and giving them more meaning. This is not to say that moving music has to be depressing. That’s just my preference. It takes different music to reach us all. My experience to music can't be described as merely an experience. In fact, there is no word I can think of that can adequately describe it. It did not last for a few hours or days, but much longer my entire life. If I was a singer-songwriter, I’d probably try to connect with my audience experiences also. Therefore, music changes the way I think about things; it makes me feel deeper, it reaches...
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