Low Roar - Nobody Loves Me Like You Do
This was the first song I heard today. It reminded me that this is the song I could sing to so many. So many who care and support and encourage me. And I could sing it all of you in 43Things that care and support and encourage everyone here. It is something I have felt a lot of over the past week or so.
Thank you all so much for caring.
I love you all.
Sia - Unstoppable
Another Sia tune that inspires me. The energy in this song is amazing. It is one of my favorite running songs, and life songs also.
@bob1623 Would love to check this out, but it is not available here in Finland. Any link to Youtube or Spotify?
@ninah69 Sorry about that. I replaced the link. I hope that it now works for you.
@bob1623 I knew this would be seriously GREAT, just the kind of music I
@ninah69 I like nice musics also
This is also a song that I listened very often and looking back now, I know there He is, and He teaches us with some harsh lessons. So happy those days are over now.
There was a time, when I listened this on repeat. I can still remember how I felt then... and sometimes still do..
#5 Vacation- by The Go-Gos
This song speaks to where I am at in my place in life- words are very appropriate.
London Grammar - Hey Now
There's no special story behind this, but this song and performance deeply touches me.
I adore her voice, this song, and this way of emotional singing. This song came up in a playlist and I had to stop what I was doing and just stare at it. I keep coming back, it is haunting and spiritual; I want to drown in it.
@anne89 Great song. It says a lot to me also.
Third Eye Blind - Dao of St. Paul
This song came on today. It fits my perplexed mood of the past few days. I need to do something. So I'm going for a bike ride this afternoon. It is in a different part of town. A place I like to ride.
And in the back of my mind, that little voice will be singing, "Evermore!! Rejoice!!"
#4 I Know You're Out There Somewhere- Moody Blues
This song energizes me and gives me hope that my soul mate is out there and very near.....somewhere.....
@cia007 The Moody Blues is my favorite group of all time. The early music was the best. This song fits right in there.
Would love to be part of flash mob some day (should make that a goal). So I was watching them on you tube one day about 7 years ago and came across this one.
I have not an idea of what they are singing (other than Rock Me) and without the video I don't know if it qualifies, because the song doesn't stand alone. Maybe it doesn't . . . I don't care.
What it does say, is people are awesome. You can imagine all the rehearsals, people telling friends and having them join and see the joy on performers faces as the plan finally came together. I get caught up in it every time. I have watched this video dozens of times. It pumps me up, puts a huge smile on my face and I appreciate that.
I have loved twice in my life, truly deeply loved. Both times I was left, both woman left me. I loved good women, they both where kind and understanding when they did. I think the love wasn't necessarily gone but the relationship was for sure, that was made clear and both times my heart broke, I died a bit inside. My world, my future was altered and devastation was the result and I embraced it.
As a result of this my heart has two big scars on it, and perhaps may never heal. The first time my heart was broken I heard this song and it spoke to my pain. The lyrics echoed in my head as they mirrored the thoughts that haunted me in those days after our break-up and I listened with tears in my eyes to the song over and over and sang along with true passion.
Fast forward 20 years and my with marriage ending the song started playing in my head and I often found my self singing it. For several years, most days I would start singing it. Last year, at my kids urging, it is one of the 'unhappy' songs that I am trying to move on from and stop singing 'all of time." I am consciously not singing it anymore and am trying to sign more 'happy' songs. Ever so, it definitely belongs on this list.
I appreciate the roller coaster of life and heart break is a big dip on that ride. Elton John is right "Sad Songs Say So Much." For me this one sure did.
Never understood the title and don't want to google because this song is so personal to me, it will be forever part of me. Thank you 4 pm.
@Airos I have always loved this song!
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I truly believe Augustine’s words are true and if you look at history you know it is true. There are many people in the world.