When it comes to music, I listen to all sorts of types. From pop to rock and roll, music is an important part of my life. Music is what I listen to whenever I’m sad, need something to distract me from my thoughts, and need something to listen to whenever the silence in the world gets to me.
Music is an important part of my life. While I don’t play any instruments (though I used to whenever I was in middle school), I listen to music a lot.
Music is relatable. Whenever I listen to a song I’ve never heard before, I pay attention to what I’m hearing. Lyrics play an important part in whether I’ll enjoy a song or not. If the song doesn’t have lyrics I can relate to, I won’t listen to it. The same can be said if the song’s rhythm just doesn’t click with me.
I like listening to music I can relate to. Not because it makes me emotional but because I can understand the songwriter more and feel more of a connection to the music. Of course, there are some exceptions to this rule. Like whenever I listen to classical music or any songs without lyrics, I look for music that pleases my ear. Songs that have a nice melody and that I can listen to that bring me peace of mind.
But my interest in music is an eclectic mix of songs. I like listening to rock and roll but also enjoy classical music, pop, indie, and sometimes even rap too.
My interest in music is a mixture because there are a lot of songs I like. But also because I love listening to music whenever I get the chance.