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Name: The K Man
Subject: RE: RE: Emotional signifigance of songs
Date: Sunday, July 24, 2005
Time: 10:34:26 PM
Remote Address: 126.96.36.199
Message ID: 164152
Parent ID: 164139
Thread ID: 164119
Yes, emotions do play a big part in how you like a song. I remember because when I was getting into Wild Horses, and I was going through some trouble with this girl I liked. The power of that song was magnified so signifigantly because of what I was going through at the time, and I will eve admit to the world that Wild Horses made me cry a bit. In fact, I'm glad to admit it because then it proves how powerful The Stones are. And today, while Wild Horses is still a great song, it isn't quite as powerful to me as it was back when I was in that emotional stage. And I don't think it's because I got tired of the song, I still love it as much as I did back then it's just more the impact it makes on me when i'm listening to it doesn't happen when I was, as I said before, when I was suffering some teenage angst (which as I look back now, it was rather ridiculous).
So in conclusion, emotions do play a part in how you like a song or how you feel about that particular song.
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