Is there any song that somehow became a part of your life?

Philippines
August 18, 2010 8:57am CST
Is there any song that became part of your life, and still reminisce today? Since i am a teenager, i love listening to songs especially the song "WILDFLOWER". I don't seem to understand what the song really implies since i am too young then. But i never thought that same song will became a part of my life as I grow up. With the experiences I've been through in life, this song is somewhat tells about it, that goes something like this, "She face the hardest times you could imagine and many times her eyes fought back the tears...Let her cry for she's a lady, let her dream for she's a child, let the rain fall down upon her. She's a free and gentle flower, growing wild."
4 responses
@babz02 (250)
• Philippines
18 Aug 10
Actually, The Coward of the County has a really great message and I always pattern the way I deal with things to that songs. "Run away from trouble if you can, but sometimes you have to fight to be a man."
• Philippines
18 Aug 10
Indeed, nice one..serves good guide in life. Thanks for sharing this with me.
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@meemingNEW (2228)
• Philippines
19 Aug 10
Mine is "Eternal Flame" . and I'm not even sure who originally sung it. All I know is that ever since I was a toddler. As far as I can remember, that's the one song that my mom would always sing to me. Everytime I hear her sing that song, it makes me happy. makes it easier for me to sleep. That happened when I was still so young. But as I got older, no more singing mom. Like you, I don't understand what the song implies either. Even until now, I still don't have any idea. I guess I was inlove with the song's rhythm or maybe just how my mum sung it. As the lyrics goes... " Close your eyes, give me your hand, darling " Hearing those first lines of the song, it just makes me wanna cuddle with my mom and my pillows before I sleep. Those were the good ole days.
• United States
19 Aug 10
My dad used to buy one of those cd compilations of the latest hits. This was when cd players were about to boom in the market. One song that heavily appealed to me was "For Your Babies" by Simply Red. It feels like a smooth ride on a sunset and the lyrics are sweet. I think it's a husband singing to his newly born baby about his mother. It's romantic. I'd listen to that song on a loop every morning as I got ready for school. Lately, when I get a chance to be at a karaeoke party, I'd sing this one and get great feedback :)
• Portugal
18 Aug 10
Yes, Don't look back in anger from Oasis. I love Oasis and that is my favourite song.