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How Message Of A Song Has Influence

Updated on December 24, 2015

If You've Listened To A Song More Than Ten Times

If you've listened to a song more than ten times, chances are, you are influenced to act according to it. The next time you listen to a love song notice that it expounds greatly from the title to an overwhelming story of love that makes you want the kind of relationship described or experienced in the song. It gives you reason to open your heart to someone whom you think you want to love and be with without taking the proper steps to evaluate the person before embarking on a serious relationship.

A Song is Usually A Fantasy

With a good beat and a fantastic story line of love, a song can make a person or couple attempt to live out its fantasy. In doing so, a couple experienced what many phrases of a love song spoke of. When a vocalist expressed the words of a love song, the song had the tendency to influence the listener into desiring the feeling that the listener felt.

Jackie's The Original Version

A Song Is Like A Scene From A Movie

A person would want to act it out with someone to see if they can reach the excitement and make it last for always. A love song adds hope to a couple that’s in limbo especially if the song hits the hearts of a couple on the brink of breaking up.

The Closer I Get

Some Love Songs Work And Some Don’t

Only love songs with realistic connotations have the chance of helping to make a couple’s dream come true. That’s why music sells a lot. Ninety-five percent of songs are about love in one way or another. All good love songs are not realistic although they may become big hits and chart high.


The Real Power Of A Love Song

The real power of a love song is the example of an Isley Brothers or Luther Vandross song that can entice a couple to make love even if it wasn’t the intention of the couple before the song was played before the encounter. Some people consider music as magic in more ways than one. A love song can change the mind of a “savage beast.” It can stop a baby from crying. It has helped me to drive alone for fifteen hours straight out of town, has helped me to work sixteen hours (double shifts), has helped me pertaining to relationships, supplying good answers to questions of, should I walk away or stay. Although, I feel strongly about and write songs myself, no one should base their affair and relationship solely because of any aspect of a song or song idea. It is important for parents to know how affected their children are by the songs listened to. Some people are well influenced by the songs and music including instrumentals.

For Always

A Love Song Should Just Be Good Music To Hear

For the most part nothing beats a good love song to hear when the chips are down or up. A song whether it is a love or inspirational song, should is made for an audience to relate to and feel good by but some people take songs to a higher degree like a movie scene and try living it. Many times a song is written by several writers to depict the story or experience of one or two persons. There is no room or interest to explore the downfalls of a good story. The reality many times, are not included in the song for instance like a hit song by The Manhattans’ “Shining Star.” Maybe the relationship is wonderful and maybe it isn’t but no one should have “everything is going to be peachy” expectations in basing their relationship on the expressions of a song.


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  • ocfireflies profile image


    4 years ago from North Carolina


    What a lovely hub. Music is such an integral part of my life and your description has just the right beat.

    With Rhythm and Harmony,


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    Frank Atanacio 

    4 years ago from Shelton

    first what a great idea for a hub..secondly what a great hub

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    Devika Primić 

    4 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

    I enjoy listening to music and so true about how songs can affect one's mind thank you

  • word55 profile imageAUTHOR

    Al Wordlaw 

    4 years ago from Chicago

    Hello MsDora, Glad you are back on the scene stronger than ever. You know that I am a music lover and creator. Like a fish that needs water, I'm a Pisces that needs music :-). Thanks for stopping by today.

  • word55 profile imageAUTHOR

    Al Wordlaw 

    4 years ago from Chicago

    Hello Faith, You're all over today. Thank you for giving my stuff some attention. I'm grateful that you love music. Even the blues is enjoyable sometimes. May music always boost our spirits. God bless!

  • word55 profile imageAUTHOR

    Al Wordlaw 

    4 years ago from Chicago

    Hi suzettenaples, Your response here is so unique. I love everything that music does because it has gotten me thus far, through life. I love music of all kinds with no limit. Thank you for stopping by today and leaving such great comments. I'm grateful :-)

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    Dora Weithers 

    4 years ago from The Caribbean

    Word, thank you for sharing your insights on this important topic. Song lyrics are powerful and they aim at influencing the singer. That's why it makes sense to choose the lyrics songs you want to hear, which should help and hurt the stage of your love relationship. Music without words also have influence, mostly positive.

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    Faith Reaper 

    4 years ago from southern USA

    Good points here. I love all genre of music and cannot even imagine a world without music. Music is universal and can help to lift one's spirit and bring a smile, or with the blues, can bring one down too. It surely sets the mood. Thank you for the visit today, even though you thought it was Jackie : ) hee hee

    Blessings always

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    Suzette Walker 

    4 years ago from Taos, NM

    Very interesting and informative article. I agree with you, music has a way of lifting us up and influencing us, hopefully in positive ways. I love all the music you chose for this article. Music really does help to send positive messages to listeners.


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