Most girls are smart and strong and beautiful
Most girls word hard, go far, we are unstoppable
Most girls, our fight to make every day
No two are the same
I wanna be like, I wanna be like most girls…
“You know, some days you feel so good in your own skin, but it’s ok if you wanna change the body that you came in. Cause you look greatest when you feel like a damn queen! We’re all just playing a game, in a way, tryna win that life.”
I love this song. Like… love it. Lately, the songs I’ve been blogging, I’ve heard on the radio (I know, right? That still exists?!) in the car on my way home from work. The station I listen to prides itself on playing what ‘YOU want to hear’, so every day at 5pm local time, they do a “Test Drive At 5” with a new song, then they ask on Twitter for thumbs up and thumbs down.
I think this song was, like, 81% positive feedback.
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Do I even need you? Should I leave you?
Do I gotta be you just to please you?
Do I say I’m all good when I bleed you through my heart?
Quit tearing mine apart…
I think people sometimes forget how relevant music can be if you take a moment to listen to the lyrics. They’re not just fancy words written just because they rhyme. Someone wrote them for a reason. They speak someone’s heart… they tell someone’s story.
To demonstrate this, the rest of this post is going to be the lyrics of this blogging tune, but written out in ‘paragraph’ form, rather than line by line.
Music is someone’s life. And sometimes, it can be so closely related to our own, that some of use better communicate via music than we do our own words.
Try to keep this in mind when dealing with people.
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