You would know that I’m sad when I don’t speak to anyone, when I stare blankly at one corner, and when I just curl up on the bed even at unlikely times. I keep my loneliness to myself. I don’t try to show it to everybody. I don’t talk to other people about my sorrow and grief. I don’t know why, but I just feel like I don’t have a reason to share my misery to others. They can’t do something to ease the pain anyway. They also have other problems for sure, and I don’t want to trouble them with my depressing sentiments. I believe that only I can understand myself better.
What do I do when I’m sad? Of course, I figure out what are those things that make me smile. I make the sadness go away by doing those stuffs that I love. I eat my favorite meal, I think of happy memories, I take pictures, I write my thoughts in my journal, and most of all, I overdose myself with those tunes from my favorite bands. I find solace whenever I listen to my favorite songs. Sound trip is one of the best things that I can do to delight myself. Music is indeed my best friend.
This track from Saosin called You’re not Alone is one of those that I listen to the most when I’m very sad. I love this song a lot, because it makes me feel like I’m really not alone in my life’s journey. Geez, that sounds so melodramatic. If I’m not mistaken, You’re not Alone is the last record Saosin had with their former front man back in 2006. That information is brought to you by Ciovic the Grappler. I think I also heard it from NU 107. Anyway, here’s the song I’m talking about.
You’re not Alone – Saosin
"It's just like him
Before I end this piece, let me share you this very very sad song by Crash and the Boys. It’s from the movie Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.
I’m so sad, so very very sad – Crash and the Boys
It’s a very melancholic song, right?
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