Friday, December 31, 2010

Music Is Healing...

"I think music in itself is healing. It's an explosive expression of humanity. It's something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we're from, everyone loves music."  Billy Joel (


     In my option music is one of the most healing aspects of life <3 Because music is life. I have never met a person that doesn't like music, I mean, everyone loves music, and therefore everyone has certain types of music that they like and some music that they don't like. And when someone is down and out, you have that one song, that one song that can put a smile on your face no matter what is going on... I have a few songs like that and they are, "Bad Company", by 5 finger Death Punch, "Chicken Fried", by Zac Brown Band, and "It's Your Love", by Tim Mcgraw and Faith Hill. What's your song? What is the song that you can listen to and it can make your day. Or the song that you can listen to and smile, you can listen to it and you can't help but sing along?

     One of my favorite lines is at the end of an amazing song and the lyrics are,

"God gave you shoes to fit you,
So put them on and were them,
Be yourself man, Be proud of who you are,
Even if it sounds corny,
Don't ever let anyone tell you you ain't beautiful."
-Eminem (

I have a lot of lines form songs that I really like and that really mean something to me, I could tell you all of them.. But the list is too long.  I really like this one because it is so true! You should never let anyone tell you that you are not beautiful... Even though it does sound corny. I tell myself this when someone tells me something that they don't like about me.. And it really puts me in a better mood and it makes me feel better about myself.

     I live off music... If I didn't have music I don't know what I would do... Because when words fail music speaks.

<3 Music Is Life <3

1 comment:

  1. I think a lot of people can relate to this idea that music is healing. Music can reach us in a way that other things cannot. Music has changed over time but the effect that music has on people has probably remained much the same. --RW