Gosh, golly darn…. last Friday I attended a benefit for a long time friend. We were predominantly from the music world, singers, performers, djs, club owners, etc. I heard a lot of music… Friday was mostly blues, ok, it was 98% blues. Tonight I was listening to country, so it was a mix of Etta James, Gene Watson, Tana Tucker, Mo Pitney, Merle Haggard, etc that filled my week-end.
Gosh there are a lot of ways to love. meet. partner, relate, have your heart broken, torn up, ignored, OH, and betrayed, and the other one was unrequited love. That’s a lot of emotion. A lot of lonely nights, and tear stained pillows.
Golly darn, I’ve known it all, I listened and wept. Music is so powerful when it reaches in and grabs your attention. It was actually wonderful to relive some of the “storylines” I’ve lived, even if it cracked my veneer =^_^=…. (Tanya Tucker is singing – What do I do with me, without you……)(without you, what do I do with me…)
Interesting that so many songs that speak to us… mirror what we have lived. We relate to the pain, or the anticipation, rush of that new beginning… and all the chapters that follow.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you… Let’s live with gratitude towards everyone and everything all day today.Perfect Liberty 2022.21
Be in tune with the feelings of others. Let’s start by trying to understand other people’s feelings.Perfect Liberty 2022.22
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je suis contante que tu-as eu un beaux week end, moi aussi et j’appelle Lise toute les jours depuis quelle est sortie de l’hospital except aujourd’hui elle va bien pas a sens pourcent mais sa va venir.
Bonsoir, bon week end🌹 Patricia Lebrun
merci ma belle Patricia .. you are a good friend… where would we be in life without our friends.. remember to take good care of YOU.
good morning dear friend.. music is such a balm…or can be… =^_^=
You see to enjoy a wide variety of music. I chuckle thinking that (as a whole) country and blues aren’t always the most uplifting in terms of lyrics – but they are very real …. and as music, wonderful!
music is music. yes I have a wide eclectic inventory that I fall back on when I need to “think” or “meditate” I sometimes just allow the music to play .. that way, what I need to hear or feel, filters into my “conscious” layer of the mind.. I recently have been introduced to a jazz fusion, with no lyrics.. the musician is sharing his music with me.. I am learning to listen to the music in a different way. we are never too “old” to learn…. You use the word “uplifting” .. as a writer and creator of “stories/replay of storylines” the lyrics speak volumes..
What I found recently is that I wondered.. how come so many speak of someone else being responsible for their “sadness” or state of “loss”…
In my world happiness begins within…
Music, and certain song lyrics, can really bring up a lot of memories and makes us wistful for time’s past. And that’s not a bad thing.
for sure. I enjoy my music.. it can be very therapeutic .. how you doing? hope the extreme cold is staying away from your door. waves good vibes your way…
Weather here is sunny and very pleasant. But I do hope for more snow.
Hey Girl, call me when you are blue if the music doesn’t work. My favourite music is actually Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin. I know it is from another era, but it speaks to my heart. Call me anyway. I miss you. Virtual hugs.