Music is for LOVE – #writebravely


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Music is the Language of Love!!

They say where words fail, Music keeps the conversation going.

Remember that personal ‘LOVE SONGS’ list, Varied genre – Solo, Duet, or Harmony.

When gloomy, sad, tired or low; Favourite numbers kept up the ghosts away.

Pushed the feet running every morning, Kept the midnight oil burning on.

But slowly that connection vanished; Words lost the meaning & melody became noise.

Lyrics bowed to emotionless tracks, Melody became a harsh cacophony.

I search, search, and search; To find a healthy solace… in tunes that sound so alien.

Comfort comes rarely, braving countless dissonant chartbusters.

All I wish if they write more to please Souls, than those funny numbers!!

© Dipika Singh

I’m taking part in the Write Tribe ProBlogger Challenge.

Also written for the challenge – Mother’s Heart

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30 thoughts on “Music is for LOVE – #writebravely

  1. Shilpa Garg says:

    Music is the strongest form of magic. It’s amazing how it can affect our moods and emotions. While we have a great number of songs that are so impressive and there are a lot many which are simply bad. The good ones touch you and you dont mind listening to them on a loop. Few days ago, I got a video song on WhatsApp and I am listening to it all day long… you will laugh at the choice, but I am so loving this song…

    • gleefulblogger says:

      Oh I loved it Shilpa thanks a lot for sharing. Love this song – Heera ki tamanna hai!
      Yes I may be old school but the lyrics, melodies I grew up listening to are class apart from today’s music. We like the peppy number, sing and jive but when it comes to answering back in Antakshri I still go back to – old is gold.
      Thank You

  2. Varsh says:

    I know what you mean by melody becoming noise. Even now my phone’s playlist has max songs from 80s and 90s. Remixes make me want to mourn at the death of an erstwhile classic.

    • gleefulblogger says:

      Couldn’t agree more dear, remixes kill the soul of original. I just saw a teaser of Hawa Hawai in some upcoming movie, and again felt the tease of PLEASE Stop lifting old songs.
      I am still a Gulzar Sahab, Kishore Kumar person.

    • gleefulblogger says:

      Thank You Mayuri, yes peppy numbers bring jive but not love. I can’t recall in single line from any new track but old melodies – yeah bring it on 😉

    • gleefulblogger says:

      Right word Neha – Rant. Agree to it… Dil ‘ullu-ka-pattha hai’ now a days but when I hear ‘Dil Dhoondhta hai fir wahi fursat ke raat din’ my heart swells with emotions.

    • gleefulblogger says:

      Thanks Payal, true isn’t it? We like the peppy beats but who remember those after a week. However, I can still humm Kishore Kumar, RD Burman, Brayn Adams

  3. Minakshi bajpai says:

    I agree that music can change our mood or state of mind from bad to good from sad to romantic. I just love to listen soft and romantic and sometimes sad songs also. I made a playlist of all my favourite songs in pen drive and keeps on listening them when i want to refresh my mood. Music really have that magic or power.

  4. Mamatha dilip says:

    Beautiful articulation. I loved how you have used the melody and music to put forth your views. Loved reading this

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