There are times when I feel sad, and angry. I let my feelings go to it. I find myself to be a very tolerant person, but I cannot stand some things that can really trigger me no matter how significant it is. Over the past week, I’ve met quite a lot of issues and problems and I notice that there are certainly some things that can really get me very worked up.
The first thing: betrayal and lies. If one were to betray me or lie to me about something we both cared about (or should), then it will really triggers me to a point it is extremely hard to forgive and forget. I will be extremely angry about and can go hours thinking about it and talking about it. I would sometimes yell, shout at the person or keep quiet — pretending to be calm about it. Depending on the seriousness and significance of the issue, I will approach the issue different, sometimes going to great lengths to patch and resolve it as much as possible coming forward.
The second thing: it bothers me. I usually don’t take things as seriously unless it affects me or bothers me. That is when I have to react to the situation, whether through emotions negatively or positively. There are times when these situations make me feel sad.
The third thing: when I feel left out. I hate being left out something I care so much about and when I was part of it before. I will try my best to join in as much as possible but if it still doesn’t work out, then I really have no idea how I can be part of the ‘cult’, and I probably will give it up altogether eventually.
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I was looking through Youtube on some songs that I can try out singing. Somehow I chanced upon a really good yet simple song that I got hanged on.
I’ve been playing it many times again and again. I can’t believe such a simple written song can have such impact and how catchy it is. Although I have little to no knowledge on song writing and understanding of verses or choruses in songs, I am giving a try in analyzing and getting to understand why this song is just so good that it cannot leave my head. I am even playing this song while I’m writing, taking a break while listening to it and cannot resist singing to the tunes of the song.
Released on Mar 30, 2018. The song was not seemingly as popular as other hits on Youtube, with only about close to 500k views on Youtube and 11k likes. The song is just a little over 3 minutes, contains less than 100 words in lyrics.
The Youtube version features a rather cinematic view of what the music was trying to describe.