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Powder, January 23, 2011 In Music and Audio
"So don't take my photograph because I don't want to know how it looks to feel like this."
Even though they're just instruments, this song really touches my soul and makes me appreciate my Vocaloids and UTAUloid so much more. Even though I don't legally own all of them, I'm sure even cracked Vocaloids appreciate me giving them a song.
Interpret as you will, but these sorts of things happen every day:
This brings many memories, but I didn't feel like bumping the other thread.
This reminds me of the days in 2005-2006 when I was obsessed with Super Mario Bros. 3 and searched for info on Mario games on the internet. I often listened to this song.
I usually feel more emotion out of songs without singing.
The whole freakin' album is so beautiful, but this song is that has actually made me tear up a couple times.
this song will never not make me happy
same goes for most other genki rockets songs, too, now that i think about it
When I listen to this, I picture a happy couple in a hospital room; With the mother holding her sleeping newborn baby in her arms, and the father quietly watching his new child.
; ~ ;
The actual song doesn't start until like 5:30. The story he tells is pretty stirring as well, but when that harmonica kicks in... shit.
Everytime I hear this I can't help but think about my aunt. This is the demo version. I wanna cry every single time. Her voice sounds high cause of the youtube pitch but she wrote this about her grandfather dying right in her arms.
They say a picture says a thousand words, but I'd trade a thousand to hear one of yours.
Pushes me forward
I touch myself and it's alright
Makes me think about my insecurities which pain me every day
I can't think of a song that exactly reaches me on an "incredibly" emotional level, but the closest thing I can think of is "All Apologies" by Nirvana. It probably sounds corny, but the song is just beautiful to me, and it is also kind of nostalgic. The first time I remember hearing it was when my sister and my mom played it on the radio in the car when someone in my family died a long time ago. They were the ones who got me into Nirvana.
That probably has something to do with it.
Music really doesnt make me emotional very often anymore. I was really emotional and sad in highschool so i used to listen to a bunch of that kind of music and it only fueled my sadness. Now i listen to fun dance music but every now and then ill put on something i used to love.
the smiths and the cure always used to get me back in highschool
And i definately remember this song
and since were on the topic of tom waits this is one of my favorite of his quiet emotional songs. Especially because I live pretty close to Johnsburg, Illinois.
I prefer tom waits more experimental songs but his piano songs are great too.
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