I don't listen to a specific song, it's more like a specific feel to the song. It has to be upbeat.
I listen to Peter Gabriel's "Don't Give Up" because it's a beautiful song, the singing (at least Peter's) is outstanding, and the lyrics themselves are relevant. It was written during the wave of unemployment in England in the 80s, and certainly applies to the economic crises occurring around the world right now. People are down on their luck and are sorrowful and afraid, and Peter's song tells them that they're not alone, that you have friends and everything will turn out alright it you don't give up now. A truly inspirational and powerful song by the best musician I know
"Everything" or anything else by Lifehouse helps me when I am feeling low.
I listen to any type of relaxation/meditation music.
Terry Riley- Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band. The delayed sax always brightens my day.
Funnily enough, the more down I'm feeling, the more melancholic the music becomes.
by silverfoxygirl1086 months ago
Does it mean something when a guy asks you to listen to a song like loving you tonight?I was talking to this boy and he told me to look it up.... good song, but I was wondering if he meant something else. Anyone?
by Hilda5 weeks ago
this one song wiill explain you, who your and how you are, It will explain what you feel for others as well. pick your song!!!
by Jane@CM8 years ago
Do you listen to your gut instinct or for some women they call it woman's intuition?Have you ever had a feeling that something really just didn't feel right? I'm going through this right now, everything says...
by Saadia A6 years ago
Which song always makes you happy when you listen to it?
by chris4trouble8 years ago
How do you know when you are in love?Is love e feeling that is easy to describe? Do men and woman view it differently?
by AshtonFirefly5 years ago
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