what comes to your mind while listening to music?
May 3, 2010 2:39am CST
i'm addicted to music. there's never a day when my ears aren't plugged with headphones to savor those powerful tunes courtesy of my fave bands and artists. I often pretend that they made them just for me or that sometimes I'm in there music video or just plain hanging out with them.LOL! I especially like singing along with my fave female artists. that's when i pretend that it's me having a concert or I'm actually performing with them! it's weird but without music, i don't think i'll live long enough. i'd kill myself from boredom..
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• United States
8 Jan 11
I know I would hate it if there wasn't any music to listen to. sometimes, I think songs were written with me in mind...It's just that people go through similar emotions, steps in life...and that's it...it's just life and we are all connected somehow and music makes this seem so real.
3 May 10
depends on the type of music and depends on the mood too. if i'm listening to early 90's i'm reminiscing grade school. if eraserheads songs are on air, i remember my close friends. lately, since i'm more into heavy metal music, i often pretend i'm a wicked bass player. when i had my immersion back in college when i had to stay in a remote area for a month and a week, i didn't mind at all that there's no tv (because there's no electricity too). but, i was extra thankful they got a battery-powered radio. unfortunately though, NU 107.5 had a bad signal so i had to settle with other station.
3 May 10
Music is the language of the soul. Every time i feel bored or nobody is around whom you can talk then I listen to music because it's a way of expressing what i feel inside but depending on the song i would prefer. While listening to music especially mellow songs i feel like i'm in heaven or having journey around the beautiful places of thw world.
3 May 10
As is said that music is power.... so be careful in choosing your music... Studies show that music to your soul and influence you. There is so many reports crimes through music but also people lives are change because of they are inspired through music.... Shalom, just sharing.
• United States
8 Dec 10
It really does depend for me. I don't always have a lot of thoughts while I am listening to music. Instead, I find that I am able to get things done a lot more effectively when I am listening to music. I listen to music while I am working to earn a little bit of money online and I'm listening to music while I am scrapbooking. It is important for me to have music in almost all parts of my life because it is music that really keeps me going.
5 May 10
Everytime I listen to a new song, I feel like there can be no other song better then this one. After listening to a new song the feeling changes and the current song is the best song I am listening. I love listening music most of the time, some people around me complain that I love music more then anyone else. I love singing not only alone but with some close friends and family.
• Anantapur, India
4 May 10
hi maxen, who does not like music now a days,since 1966 i am a big fan to hindi filmi music,now itself i have posted an article about Ameen Sayani with Binaca geethmala,on those days the radio is only the entertainer to us,while on the bed i am listening radio ceylon or vivid bharati,now also i like to hear old hindi film songs,but i am not interested in using head phones,have a nice day
4 May 10
As a musician, my life too is all about music. I don't have it playing constantly all day long, but when I am not needing silence for my writing work, it is usually on in the background. I play my piano/keyboard most days and thoroughly enjoy it. When I get up, I like to have music playing whilst I am eating my breakfast. I think music communicates and often reflects my own deeper feelings about things. If I want to create a peace of writing, whilst I am going through ideas, I will often play Mozart in the background. Whilst driving, I tend to play more pop music. Having grown up in the 60s, I often tend to listen and play 60s music.. Some jazz and some Beatles music. There is no one genre I prefer, because I can enjoy any. _Derek