Quote by Monu-chanYes! Songs,
it's lyrics and sometimes even voice of the singer gave me different emotions like there are plenty of songs that makes
me feel excited and full of energy! and some of them makes me feel sad and there's certain part of lyrics of a song that
makes me cry (I don't even know why i cry when i listen those lines)
Also voice of a singer can gave different feelings of same song like voice of Maiko
Fujita is always sad and heart warming.....
And also I've seen my Grandparents when they listen the songs of their youth they recall their past days when they were
young and do romance and such.
The Song that makes me HAPPY is Arigatou from Cardcaptor Sakura : Sealed Card
and the Song that makes me cry is Akane Sora ni negau and here's the line of
lyrics that makes me cry
In the red sunset sky,
the birds fly over the mountains to return home.
Ah, I, too, no matter when,
shall always be your place of return...
and there are many songs that gives me different feelings!
I listened to Akane Sora ni Negau; very beautiful; I like that style of music a lot! And you've reminded me that I need
to get crackin' and start watching Cardcaptor Sakura. I had some Xbox friends lose it when I told them I hadn't seen it.
Those are really beautiful lyrics; maybe you'll like this song: If by Bread - if you haven't heard it. It's in English, but the
lyrics are gorgeously well-written. If I ever get married which I really
can't picture, honestly, I'd want this to play at some point. Legit.
Quote by RedwynLet me list out
some song that made me cry
-The Story of Evil (all of it in one sitting. Still turn me into a mess of sobbing wreak)
-All of Me by John Legend
-I dreamed a dream by Anne Hathaway (this is a complete surprise for me. Never thought Anne Hathaway of all people would
make me cry)
So yes music can totally make you feel things. In fact, I listen to music when I want to feel. There's an actual science
behind it but I not really much of a science person. It got something to do with wavelength or something
Just listened to both All of Me (which amazingly, I hadn't yet!) & Anne's version of I
Dreamed a Dream; very good songs. I like the lyrics to All of Me; they're written
very well. My favorite part is,
Love your curves and all your edges
All your perfect imperfections
Doesn't make me at all sad though. I really tried, lol. For me, I can appreciate the singing, the style, the
instruments, but nothing emotional.