The singers, the instruments, sort’ve speak what cannot be spoken with words. It’s more of a feeling that they are expressing, and that feeling is relatable.
Each song that is meaningful has its own feelings to it. I suppose I can understand where the writer is coming from when they are playing/singing, and it just goes hand in hand with my emotions. [quote=“coolcat96, post:1, topic:20938”]
How can you relate to it?
i can relate to it because it’s almost like a symphony to how my life is going. If you’re angry, there’s a song for that. If you’re sad, there’s a song for that. If you’re alone on Valentine’s Day, there’s a song for that. And music can make you feel not alone, because you’re not. Even if you feel alone there are people out there who feel just the same and music kind’ve proves that. It’s a way of expression. And when I write my own music I feel that I relate to that as well. It’s like getting all of those emotions out there into the open and you don’t have to fight with them anymore.
Maybe that wasn’t helpful, but i tried