Difference in Music

Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 8:05 PM By: Ishkabible

We listen to music for many different reasons so this is what I want to know. What songs do you listen to throughout the day or when your moods change? Is there that one song that you turn too when your having a bad day? What song do you associate with certain events in your life? Any event will do,

Preparing for a Night Out: Burn It to the Ground (Nickelback)
Missing My Fiancee when we were 1800 miles apart for six months: Wait For Me (Theory of a Deadman)
When my Dad didn't talk to me for a year because we didn't see eye to eye. I turned to: Perfect (Simple Plan)
My Fiancee and my song: God Bless the Broken Road (Rascal Flatts)

  1. Hazard90 avatar

    On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 12:03 PM, Hazard90 said:

    A lot of nickelback songs give me certain feelings.
    Lullaby & Never gonna be alone make me feel happy to be alive and know the value of life.
    But Bottoms up and Rockstar get me in a party mood!

  2. karolyte avatar

    On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 9:36 AM, karolyte said:

    When I'm excited and having a good day usually listen Burn it to the ground, Bottoms up and something like that. When I'm depressed songs by Three days grace fit the best.. There is one song that I can listen no matter how I fell, it's Michael learns to rock - The actor. Some Nickelback songs such as Lullaby, Trying not to love you bring me so much memories about my lost love, so I usually listen them when I a little sad

  3. FrankieBug avatar

    On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 8:45 AM, FrankieBug said:

    If I'm going out to a party or even just to a friends house I always listen to Bottoms Up or Burn it to the Ground because they really get you in the mood haha :) but if i'm having a bad day If Everyone Cared and Lullaby are the ones i listen to because i just love to sing along to them and it makes me happier for a liitle while :)

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