Monday, September 19, 2005

Soft spots

I used to think lyrics were the main part of a song, or at least what made songs special to people. That was until one day I found myself crying my heart out listening to the main theme of Braveheart, a simple flute and no lyrics. I still get emotional every time I listen to that song, there's something about it that makes my knees go weak.

5 comments:

Supermans Foot said...

movie themes are often very moving and highly good for erpeat listening. I love the themes for the truman show. Its funny how you listen to different things in each song, since trying to learn to play guitar I find I listen to the strings moe intently in songs

Devil Mood said...

Yes, it's totally different listening to a song on the whole or trying to get the strings and all that. I think our lives could do with a soundtrack sometimes :)

enleaver said...

i'm sure the soundtrack of my life wouldn't be a good one! lol.

you watched braveheart again? it was a nice movie. cried when i watched it last time too. when they shouted "freedom, freedom!!!" it made me feel like a bird that was free but in pain cos of everything they had to go thru. sigh...the price we would pay for freedom!

Devil Mood said...

Actually, I only had the guts to watch it once, I cried like a mad woman, it's really overwhelming. But I have that tune in the computer and sometimes I listen to it.

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