Music for survival or a luxury

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Is music a luxury, or a necessity for humans? Even though we can live with out it, unlike food and water, I do believe music is a necessity. Even in countries where food and water are scarce, they will still find a way to make music. Some luxuries are necessary to live a peaceful life, music being one of them. So, with that being said, music not only helps us through the tough times, but also keeps us alive. Music is like glue. It lets us keep our sanity. Music relates to us, thus letting us know, "Hey, you're not the only one going through this." Also, I'll bet my life that each and every one of you listens to music at least once a day. Weather it's on TV, or on the radio when you go to work, or even if you heat a street performer in a park, you've all heard music. If you haven't, then probably deaf. Music surrounds us, no matter what. Plus, music is not only good for your health, it's good for your soul. For some people, music is a distraction, but others, it helps them work, exercise, and even helps then remember easier. I know it dose for me.

So many people suffer from depression across America, and across the world. An estimated 9.2 million people suffer from depression. But, most of them seek out music that relates to them, makes them feel loved, or even just music in general. Music is their life, they live for music. And in some cases, music keeps them living. With out music, where would they be? But, this doesn't mean, "Unless your depressed, then you don't need music." We all need music sometimes. Weather you're sad that your boyfriend/girlfriend broke up with you, or you got in a fight with your best friend, or you could just be having a bad day. Music will always be there, waiting for you. Who doesn't just want to curl up with a blanket and listen to a playlist of music you made when you're sad, maybe even bring your favorite book with you. Or, you're just so happy, and you just want to dance, you're most likely to put on a really good song, a just

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