Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Songs' abstract

It's 12 am and as the time elapse, the feelings had snowball-ed. The feeling of incapability and useless had stroked upon my head which leads me to the tendency of abandoning my books. There's only one more subject left, it's hard to continue the survival of determination. No matter how much I tell myself about 'going on', I still have to portray it together with the song 'You found me'. Who has found me?

"You Found Me" It's about the disappointment, the heart ache, the let down that comes with life. Sometimes you’re let down, sometimes you’re the one who lets someone else down. It gets hard to know who you can trust, who you can count on. This song came out of a tough time, and I’m still right in the thick of it. There’s some difficult circumstances my family and friends have been going through over the past year or so and can be overwhelming. It wears on me. It demands so much of my faith to keep believing, keep hoping in the unseen. Sometimes the tunnel has a light at the end, but usually they just look black as night. This song is about that feeling, and the hope that I still have, buried deep in my chest,' said by the lead singer of The Fray.

Slade says that the lyrics for "You Found Me" were written two and a half years ago, and that the song asks about the problem of evil, why bad things happen to good people, after some of their friends and family went through very tough times.

It's so painfully dead but I managed to overcome it within minutes.

There is this song from Incubus and I've got to say that their lyrics are artistic. If you have listened to the song 'Wish you were here' and 'Anna Molly', you'll understand the meaning of my artistic.

In Anna Molly, there is this part where 'A cloud hangs over and mute my happiness', 'wish you were here, I'm a wounded satellite' and so on.

Then, I noticed another song, 'Love Hurts'. Overall, it ain't that bad after all. Brandon Boyd expressed that the song is almost a little bit of a cliché. It is talking about the idea of love and find love and having it be purity and having it not be tainted by your misperceptions, misconceptions, expectations and transcending the sort of more worldly aspects of the love experience.

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