Meaningful Music

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Re: Meaningful Music

Post by Noname » Wed Jul 18, 2018 1:53 am

Song: Until You’re Big Enough
Mayday Parade
Album: Black Lines
Producer: Mike Sapone

If I bite the hook would you tell me I'm wrong?
Speak like a man who believes he's got no destiny
He's content
Troubles so great that you shouldn't have gone through
With a clarity I've never seen
I will build you up until you're big enough
To pick me up

Song: One of Us
Mayday Parade
Album: Black Lines
Producer: Vince Ratti

You've gotta fight the beast inside
And all the while enjoy the ride
You've gotta keep an open mind
And willingness to change
Well God knows I've changed
I talk like I'm wounded now
I walk like I don't know how
Maybe I could re-teach myself
One foot in front of the other one

You're one of us, here's exactly what you'll need to make it through
Good times and hard times
We're here to fight for you
March along
Don't forget to tell the ones you love they matter
When you break the bend
Fall off again
You'll find your love where it's always been

Song: Satellite
Gabbie Hanna
Album: GH1
Producer: Dylan Gardner

Guess I gotta be content with playing in the darkness
A lovely place to hide
Oh, but hide and seek is only fun if, if somebody's looking
And nobody's got the time

Or, maybe I'm too quick to pass the blame
Maybe I should ask someone to play

I'm a satellite
I'm a satellite
I'm on the outside, lookin' in
They don't know just where I've been
I'm a satellite
I'm a satellite
I'm a satellite
I can make it on my own, the fallen star of a one-man show
I'm a satellite

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Re: Meaningful Music

Post by solana » Wed Sep 19, 2018 2:15 am

Song: Hold On
Artist: Extreme Music
Year: 2015
Publisher: can't find
Album: it's not on the official soundtrack, but it's from the movie Leap (aka Ballerina in some countries).

Actually, all of the music from that movie is really beautiful and uplifting I think. Movie available on Netflix, and music available on YouTube.

"Hold on just one more day,
hold on, you know you'll find a way"

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Re: Meaningful Music

Post by flowermelt » Fri Oct 12, 2018 7:28 pm

Demi Lovato- Warrior (it's about not letting the abuser WIN and being a WARRIOR)

Now I'm a warrior
Now I've got thicker skin
I'm a warrior
I'm stronger than I've ever been
And my armor, is made of steel, you can't get in
I'm a warrior
And you can never hurt me again

Christina Aguilera- Best of me (Like demi's, it's about not letting the abuser win, but also applies to being criticised and put down badly- like i had been from my abuser)

But you'll never get the best of me, no more
Said you'll never get the best of me, no more
Aren't you tired of throwing stones
Trying to kick me when I'm down
But you'll never get the best of me, no more

Kesha- Prayin (this one is about FORGIVING the abuser and even praying for him- forgiveness is extremely hard and kesha really empathises how hard it is to forgive the abuser in this song- so beautiful and will bring you to tears as it will make you feel more forgiving to the abuser, and can really turn any hatred into forgiveness to the abuser which will help set you free).

You brought the flames and you put me through hell
I had to learn how to fight for myself
And we both know all the truth I could tell
I'll just say this is "I wish you farewell"
I hope you're somewhere prayin', prayin'
I hope your soul is changin', changin'
I hope you find your peace
Falling on your knees, prayin'

Three very beautiful songs, with strong powerful and positive messages, with beautiful messages but three very beautiful women who too have had very troubled times (especially demi and kesha) and can help you express all that you felt and help set you free!

Flowrtmelt xxx

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Re: Meaningful Music

Post by solana » Tue Oct 16, 2018 10:57 pm

enough wrote:
Sun Apr 08, 2018 8:01 am
I'm a bit on repeat of Soul Asylum - Runaway Train:

So tired that I couldn't even sleep
So many secrets I couldn't keep
i love that song so much. i also listened to it on repeat today, along with this one:

Song: Someday
Artist: Steve Earle
Year: 1991
Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc
Album: shut up and die like an aviator

"Someday I'm finally gonna let go
'Cause I know there's a better way
And I wanna know what's over that rainbow
I'm gonna get out of here someday"

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