More than just a melody
Expresses what words can’t.
Lets you feel what you can’t feel.
Lets you imagine what might never happen.
Lets you be someone else for just a second.
Heals the heart and makes it whole again.
Music is perceived as one of the successes of human creativity. It’s a medicine that cures almost everything.
There are songs that express what words can’t. They let you tell more about yourself than you ever will. The feeling you get when listening to it is amazing. Being able to express yourself in a way that tells everything about you. Just being there and listening what the song has to say to you is a wonderful experience. Whether you are cheerful or heartbroken, music will always be there for you.
I am a big fan of music myself. Not a day without music goes by, it’s just unimaginable. You know when you find that one song that just describes you in every way possible, and you fall in love with it. You wake up every day with the enthusiasm of listening to it because you know you click.
If I asked you about your favourite singer, band, genres, most of us would be able to answer like a flash. Our favourite artists are the ones who send powerful messages and sounds that we feel in a special way. In fact, there are people who have different playlists for different moods, as for relaxed, party, workout, and focus.
What can music not create?
It was a week ago when I was watching a TV show, Grey’s Anatomy, one of my favourite shows in life. Regardless of what happened in this episode, I was able to interpret the characters feelings, through the episode because of its music. It was as if I was there with them, going through the same situation.
Not only does music transmit feelings to you, but it also lets you imagine what might never happen. Escaping reality and being able to experience dreams with your imagination.
Music is emotionally charged. Words convey emotion. When you are not feeling contented, the music that will mostly calm you down is a song that talks to you, one that has a strong message.
So why don’t you sit down and relax for a moment? Look up at the ceiling, or the sky, and wonder what life is about while listening to a song you relate to. A song to which your heart harmonizes. As Bob Marley once said:
One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.