There Is Music In The Air

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@HazySue (19959)
United States
August 28, 2017 9:29am CST
If you sit outside and quietly listen you can hear music in the air. You will hear the music of the birds brightly singing. The cheerful sound of a happily singing bird is sure to make you smile. It makes a wonderful start to the day. You can almost see the musical notes floating in the air. Next time you are feeling down, try sitting outside and listen to the birds singing their happy song.
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@amadeo (61508)
• United States
28 Aug
I listened to the birds every morning.This for me is a sign of life
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
That is how I feel. The sound of life and simple happiness.
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@amadeo (61508)
• United States
29 Aug
@HazySue you know that song.Give me the simple life?
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
30 Aug
@amadeo Could be, it would make sense to me.
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@marlina (71226)
• Canada
28 Aug
Love the photo here.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
Isn't it great? It was perfect for this post.
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• United States
28 Aug
I love to sit outside early in the morning and listen to the birds sing and just enjoy the peacefulness of the day
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
I do too. It is so relaxing, a wonderful time to count your blessings.
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@Morleyhunt (19540)
• Canada
28 Aug
I enjoy the birdsong in the morning when I go for my walk. It follows me every step of the way.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
I bet you hear a lot of different songs as you walk.
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@Morleyhunt (19540)
• Canada
29 Aug
@HazySue the variety of birds I see and the different notes they chirp....awesome.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
@Morleyhunt I bet it is awesome.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
28 Aug
Unfortunately right now there is a neighbor playing awful loud music so I can't hear the birds singing. I love hearing the birds sing when I can though. =)
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
It is rather rude for them to play their music so loud. I wonder what they would do if you played your music loudly?
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• Jacksonville, Florida
29 Aug
@HazySue I bet they would be mad if I did the same. I have more respect than that though.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
@LovingMyBabies so do I, but it does cross my mind.
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@Courtlynn (66571)
• United States
28 Aug
The sound of birds drives me nuts.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
I love to listen to them singing and calling out to one another.
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@Corbin5 (99800)
• United States
28 Aug
Well, Molly and I were sitting outside, and we came in because we just couldn't get into the music coming from the lawn guys across the street. Oh well.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
I am not fond of having someone else's music spill into my space. It seems to ruin the mood.
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@LadyDuck (147094)
• Switzerland
28 Aug
I hear the birds every morning while we have our breakfast. I fill the bird seeders and they come to eat singing happily.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
It is ind of peaceful and uplifting listening to their happiness.
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@Marty1 (31956)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
28 Aug
I can hear them in the house and it is my favorite time of day!
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
You are lucky to be able to hear them inside. I sometimes go in my screen room and listen.
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@Marty1 (31956)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
29 Aug
@HazySue I think I have sassy birds who make a lot of noise! Lol! Glad you have a screen room to hear the beauty of them singing!
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
@Marty1 I think most birds have a bit of sass in them.
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@velvet53 (16104)
• Palisade, Colorado
28 Aug
I love to listen to the birds. We have quite a few around here and they re so enjoyable.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
We have bird feeders and bird baths placed in a few spots in our yard so we can enjoy watching them.
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@velvet53 (16104)
• Palisade, Colorado
29 Aug
@HazySue The neighbors have a bunch in their yard. I did have a hummingbird feeder up this year and a make shirt bird bath.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
30 Aug
@velvet53 What is a make shirt bird bath? It sounds interesting.
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@Tracy04 (10575)
• Malaysia
31 Aug
I love listening to the music
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
31 Aug
me too. It is an instant mood lifter.
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@Tracy04 (10575)
• Malaysia
31 Aug
@HazySue yup! Without music in a day I felt so bored
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@Xiasses (339)
29 Aug
When I`m alone, I feel closer to the nature. I often go outside and watch those little creatures flying above me, listen to the hymns of the flowers and feel the embrace of the wind to my soul. I agree with you that when "you are feeling down, try sitting outside" and feel the blessings of nature.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
Nature gives so much beauty to us. It is comforting to sit and enjoy the gifts.
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@Xiasses (339)
29 Aug
@HazySue True!
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@MALUSE (37866)
• Germany
1 Sep
That may be true for you! I have my windows open and hear about 40 crows croaking from the roof of a big school building opposite our house. Music is the last thing that comes to mind. :-)
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
2 Sep
Crows to me are not musical at all. They croak rather than sing.
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@FourWalls (12902)
• United States
30 Aug
I love the music of nature: the streams, the breeze, the insects, and of course, the birds. It's such a respite from the cacophony of modern life. I need to get to a national park to enjoy some of that!
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
30 Aug
So do I. Mother Nature makes such beautiful music.
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@Tampa_girl7 (24893)
• United States
29 Aug
Nature makes some of the most beautiful music.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
It sure does. The diffe4rent beats and tones are blend together so beautifully.
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29 Aug
Thanks for the reminder. Yeah, it is nice the subtle stuff that goes on that you don't pay attention to. It is a bit of a bother if you're living in the city with noisy traffic noise happening outside, but I guess you can get a glimpse of it if you pay attention.
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
Sometimes we do forget the subtle things that Mother Nature gives us. Of course, in the city it is hared to hear them.
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@fearjp (385)
28 Aug
That one actually works for me. Although one day when I was feeling depressed, the depression was so strong that going outside and listening to the laughter and birds at the park I went rarely worked, not fully but it helped somewhat. I do go outside and walk around and now that depression went away on its own, the sounds make me feel fully relax and calm. I go to the park more often.
@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
Just enjoying nature many times does raise the spirit. Before you know it you start thinking of the things that are right with your life.
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@kepweng (11070)
28 Aug
nice birds in electric wire i have pet bird parrots
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@HazySue (19959)
• United States
29 Aug
Parrots are beautiful birds. Do your parrots talk?
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@kobesbuddy (40563)
• East Tawas, Michigan
27 Sep
Oh, yes! We have hundreds of bird around our woods, singing from morning until night:)