My heart's a stereo, It beats for you, so listen close, hear my thoughts in every no-o-o-te" This is a verse of the new hit song Stereo Hearts that has been stuck in my head for the past three days like a permanent tattoo. Although I often get annoyed at the fact that I can't stop murmuring this poem, I know that when I get lost in the fast paste song my feelings and thoughts change and I relax and become peaceful.
Music has always been an important part of my life, rather listening to it on the radio, practicing my clarinet, or even composing songs in band class. I have always had a passion for music and it was not until a couple of years ago that I realized that music wasn't just a sort of entertainment but is actually an incredible tune that has made me who I am today.
Music is really another piece of literature, one that moves your emotions, sets the tone in a movie, and sometimes just enables you to let loose. Have you ever watched a really chilling movie, one that you just can't bare to watch anymore, so what do you do? You turn off the volume. Then suddenly the movie is not horrifying at all, well that's because the music that played in the background really set the tone and made you want to scream, but without it the movie really was nothing.
Music cannot only change one emotion that you have but it can transform your whole entire mood. Sometimes I have a really awful day at school but as soon as I get into my car and blast the radio to my favorite melody I just forget all my worries and then all of a sudden I am beaming with joy. Another thing music does to people is gets them motivated! You pass a gym, or people walking along the road they always seem to have their Ipods plugged in and streaming with catchy lyrics. On the flip side of getting people hyped up, music can also help people calm down and concentrate. I know that whenever I am doing my homework I turn on the radio, or when I am taking a test I hum a little tune, or even when I am...