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BLOG#9
I listen different language of music, but they make me feel the same because I relate lots of music to my life, some music reminds me when I was little and growing up. Others remind me of my friends and people that I miss and liked at that time. Some other music makes me happy and feel relaxing, making me feel that things will be ok. But sometimes I hate a particular song because it reminds me of the time I was sad, or someone who hurt me and every time I listen to it, it makes me cry. Music has the great power, music makes you think and make a good decision, it depends how you love music though, because people are different, some people music doesn’t have any affect in them. We also see how company chooses their music, when they are advertising their stuff. I think music is universal language, plus it doesn’t need to understand what they saying as long as you feel it.

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