Music

A quote once said ”People are addicted to the song lyrics that spill there heart out for them.”

I wan’t to argue that the right song at the right time can be the best psychology a person can get. Cause hearing someone sing everything you ever wanted to speak out loud but felt you couldn’t can actually be the best closure anyone can get.

With the right lyrics I genuinely believe that you can lose yourself, in fact it could be the best way to deal with every emotion a person goes through day by day.  In todays society most people have a song or a playlist for every mood and I’m no different from that… Most people who know me would say that my music is made to make people fall asleep when the fact is that my lyrics are what keeps me grounded most of the time. People often ask me why I always have headphones on and even though it may annoy some people I feel like when I have my music on I think the most clearly and it gets me in the right sort of mind set.

But the power of lyrics is something psychological and physical in the sense that music can bring about emotions that increase the dopamine flow of people. How so you may ask? In the sense that when the lyrics hit your brain you often or not relate them to a special memory or a special person which you feel the lyrics are about. By doing so you increase the dopamine flow of the brain that might for example be if you are listening to a song which might bring back a pleasant memory. I tend to use music a lot when my mind feels like it, that can be from preparing for something stressful or just when you feel like it. Music speaks what cannot be said and I think everyone has that one song they can always relate to and for me that one is Closer To The Edge By Thirty Seconds To Mars.

-Bjorgvin

Closer To The Edge

”I don’t remember the moment I tried to forget
I lost myself, is it better not said
Now I’m closer to the edge

It was a thousand to one and a million to two
Time to go down in flames and I’m taking you
Closer to the edge”

Meaning

 

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