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Tuesday, October 02, 2007

What would life be without music?

Current mood: ponderous

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I was just thinking- what would happen if all of a sudden there was no music?
 I'm pretty sure I would shrivel up and die. Or go crazy and kill myself. Seriously. I can barely make it through the day at school! (Mp3/ musicplayrs aren't allowed). As soon as I get home, I go upstairs to my room and turn on the music. One time my parents punished my bytaking away my stereo and my guitar for a day. It was insane! I almost didn't make it! Anyway, howdo you feel about it?
 
 
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RockFreak000 wrote on Oct 2nd, 2007 9:08pm

yeah that would really suck
the bright side is that i would have like extra 8 hours a day that are usually invested in listening, playing and talkin music.

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angstforthemmrs wrote on Oct 28th, 2007 8:38pm

I couldn't agree with you more. Being without music would be hell for me! If my parents would take my piano and guitar away, they probably wouldn't see tomorrow. I'm deadly serious! Sorry that your folks took away your stuff. I think that's not right. :( Anyway, there was no music, there was no me either because music is my life, damn it!

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aig91 wrote on Oct 30th, 2007 7:36pm

Life would suck without music :(

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Kaydi wrote on Nov 5th, 2007 11:02pm

you are so right. I would freak if I couldn't listen to music!

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musicmyrock wrote on Nov 9th, 2007 8:24pm

Technically bro, if there was no music, you wouldn't know what you're missing. But if music all of a sudden ended after you've been listening to it for your whole life, then hell yah, that would be garb.

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JuLiE_fEe wrote on Mar 23rd, 2008 8:40am

U HAVE SO MADE A HUGE POINT

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CoolGirl17 wrote on May 15th, 2008 6:14pm

I would be so mad i dont know what I would do!!!!

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