Thursday, October 13, 2011

Emotional Instability Set to Music

I always wished life was a musical so I thought I'd put some of the feelings I'm experiencing to music. I'm being completely self indulgent so you might want to skip this one.

Sad:



Angry:



Tired:



Confused:



Spiteful:



Torn:



Pissed:



Resigned:



Cheated:



Bitter:



What emotion is wanting to drench someone in gasoline? That one:



Determined:



In other words, I'm a hot mess. I keep thinking the worse is over and then I find myself crying all over again.

10 comments:

  1. I find that listening to angry music and not sad music makes me feel better. All the "fuck you" music I can find will bring me up for a bit. The sad stuff makes me sob, and I basically just end up torturing myself.

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  2. I agree, but I feel like I need to be sad before I can be angry. I don't know if that makes sense.

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  3. Well, I've heard that anger is just sort of a symptom of other emotions anyway. Usually sadness, so it would make sense to need to experience both.

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  4. I've heard the same thing too! I should look it up. lol

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  5. Some good tunes to go with your emotions there... I may steal your idea and do this too... i putting music to things like this!!

    BTW love the Benjamin Disraeli quote on the side bar... always make me think of Family Guy though.... http://youtu.be/gpMshQ-7F5A

    I do hope you know who he is? lol

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  6. It's one of the reasons I miss making mixed tapes. I love how you can share emotions with music rather than just words.

    All I know about Disraeli is that he was Prime Minister and wrote a book about the working conditions in England or something like that. I wouldn't have known that if not for some random book I read though lol.

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  7. He was also the first Prime Minister of Jewish Ancestry! Mix Tapes Alana!!! Your showing your age... and i feel mine cos i used to do that too... as well as taping songs of the radio!!! Cassettes were awesome!

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  8. Taping songs off the radio was the best haha. I'm embarrassed to admit my car has a cassette player.

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  9. Hey, my car has a cassette player! Granted, I mostly use it to play my ipod with one of those adapter things, but I still have some of my old mix tapes.

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  10. Everyone our age did it i think... we learned skills like beating the DJ ie stopping the cassette just before he/she spoke lol

    Cassettes now make awesome belt buckles.... I am ashamed to say i dont own any cassettes or cassette players anymore.... At least books are still going!

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