Synced

sing out I am one of the most fortunate people in this world. Care to know why?  Its because when I’m upset, having a bad day, or when I need inspiration, I have over two thousand people that help me out immediately. All I need to do is press play.

Many times Taylor Swift has sung me through heartache, or Jason Mraz has given me the optimism I lacked.  John Mayer even helps me out then I feel stressed.  Don’t be jealous, they can help you too.

Music is so much more than a long list of songs in my itunes library.  Every note and each lyric are steps to a peaceful and happy state of mind.  Im going to get really nerdy here and use an analogy.  Human:Water is My Soul:Music.  Try to ignore the  intense dorky statement and hear me out.  A human needs water to say alive as my soul needs music to stay alive.  Music sets me free.

There is no greater feeling than hearing your favorite song.  When Im in the car and my favorite song starts playing on the radio, I must turn the volume way up and outwardly sing and seat-dance.  Yeah, Im that guy. Im the person you pull up next to and watch as they publicly hand over their dignity with each note and move they unleash from the inside of the car.  But dignity is nothing compared to a good song.  When Im with other people in the car and “my jam” comes on, I actually will warn the people Im with and say “Im fully obligated to sing this song full out”.  Music is the one thing that every person has a weakness for.

My weakness is when Im in bed, getting ready to go to sleep, but Im not tired and I take out my ipod and put my “epitome<3” playlist on shuffle.  With both earphones in, and the volume up loud enough to drown out the rest of the world, I settle into my bliss.  No matter how my day went, that moment, and those songs make it better.  I love to sync my heartbeat to the beat of the song.  Music makes my blood flow, it keeps it flowing.

Today, take a few minutes to listen to your favorite song and get synced.

Best,

A.

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6 Comments »

  1. amandarosex3 Said:

    music really is the best. whether im upset or confused about something i can listen to certain songs that i feel has some realation to my problem. when i cant sleep at night i just put the earbuds for my ipod in my ears and let the music help me drift into a peaceful sleep. and dont worry about all the stares you get from other cars when you sing and seat dance along to your favorite songs! they are just jealous of your awesome talents to do three things at once and still look great! (sing, seat dance haha, AND drive!) im going to end up doing that when i get my licence 🙂
    thanks for thw inspiration:)
    xoxo amanda rose

    p.s. i will be making a new playlist today in honor of you and your love of such a variety of great music! 🙂 love ya girl<3

  2. Miranda Said:

    I can completely relate to this! I don’t know what I would do without music. Its my form of thearapy. Music has gotten me through some really tough times. Nothing’s more theraputic than turning up your favorite song full blast and just going crazy and being as crazy and as dorky as you want it’s one of the best feelings in the world. I love discovering new music an rediscovering old music I once loved and letting it take me back to that time in my life. Music is a powerful and beautiful thing!

  3. Naomi vallejo Said:

    U r so right(; u should become a song writter!(: Love always, Naomi

  4. Justin Said:

    this is soo true. music lets me become free. without it……jeeze i dont even wanna say :S

  5. Nicole Said:

    I listen to music all day long. If I can’t, I feel trapped, frustrated and angry at the world. Music is the one thing that can make me happy no matter what kind of day I’m having. So you and I have a lot in common 🙂

  6. vandalia1998 Said:

    Music can also change my mood too.

    Make me Happy or more depressed. I don’t need any of the depressing music now.


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