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post Apr 21 2017, 03:40 PM
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I think everyone's got at least one song that will always have a special place in their heart because of what it means to them, whether it be because of the lyrics or it ties to a memory or whatever. I wanna know what yours are and why? ohmy.gif


(I may draw some)

Mine is probably Last Hope by Paramore as sort of an all time one. Like it just reminds me that no matter how shit things get if you can find that spark or the reason as to why you held on so long then you can keep going etc so that's something I always carry with me. Pretty much most of Paramore's songs mean something to me because I've been a fan for so long there's so many things I associate with each song, good and bad. wbu? x
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post Apr 21 2017, 03:43 PM
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[Charli XCX:]
Eh-eh-eh
Eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh
Eh-eh-eh-XCX Charli

Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
Yeah, you know I'm sugary sweet
Baby boy, gon' rot your teeth like what
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
Yeah, you know I'm sugary sweet
Baby boy, gon' rot your teeth like what

[CupcakKe:]
When we have sex, you f*** me like you obsessed
Serve you pussy for your lunch, so let me wear a hairnet
Freaky little bitch when I'm out with Charli
Yeah, we keep more eyes on us than the show iCarly
Bad bitch, make the way you can't get over me
Yo ass a pussy, Iím above it like a ovary
I'm talkin' everyday, you gonna wanna hit on this
So sticky, Winnie The Pooh ain't got shit on this
Come get you a sample, lick between the camel
Pussy taste sweet 'cause I ate my pineapple
Light a couple candles, prove you could handle
Pussy gooey like yolk before the egg scrambled
Never trust a man who wear briefs
'Cause he gon' wanna f*** and keep it brief
Call again when you need somethin' to eat
So I could open my legs, bon appetit, let's get it

[Charli XCX:]
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
Yeah, you know I'm sugary sweet
Baby boy, gon' rot your teeth like what
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
Yeah, you know I'm sugary sweet
Baby boy, gon' rot your teeth like what

[CupcakKe:]
More flavor than Flavor Flav, my pussy is very brave
Give head like a genius, you could grade it the letter A
Been f***in' since yesterday, still 'bout to escalate
Do jumping jacks on that dick, I don't get tired like Evergate
Go ahead, wash your face, got it sticky like paste
Hand-cuffed, wearing lace, yeah, that's how I catch your face
Want another taste, you can meet me at Chase
Or catch me outside, I ain't coming to your place
Eating all these sweets, f*** around and get a cavity
Used to call you Daddy, but now I call you my majesty
Get in me from the back, but not talkin' 'bout a battery
Let's bring a hundred girls to the room, what's your capacity?
Eating all these sweets, f*** around and get a cavity
Used to call you Daddy, but now I call you my majesty
Get in me from the back, but not talkin' 'bout a battery
Let's bring a hundred girls to the room, what's your capacity?

[Charli XCX & CupcakKe:]
Oh, damn (Oh, damn)
That flavor, flavor so good (Hey)
Oh, damn (Oh, damn)
That flavor, flavor so good (Hey)
Oh, damn (Oh, damn)
That flavor, flavor so good (Hey)
Oh, damn (Oh, damn)
That flavor, flavor so good (Yeah)
(Bring a hundred girls to the room...)
Oh, damn (Oh, damn)
That flavor, flavor so good (Hey)
(Bring a hundred girls to the room...)
Oh, damn (Oh, damn)
That flavor, flavor so good (Hey)
(Bring a hundred girls to the room...)
Oh, damn (Oh, damn)
That flavor, flavor so good (Hey)
(Bring a hundred girls to the room...)
Oh, damn (Oh, damn)
That flavor, flavor so good (Yeah)

Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
(Bring a hundred girls to the room...)
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss...)
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
(Bring a hundred girls to the room...)
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss...)
Mhmm, I keep it sticky icky like lipgloss
(Bring a hundred girls to the room...)
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss...)
(Bring a hundred girls to the room...)
Yeah, you know I'm sugary sweet
Baby boy, gon' rot your teeth like what

It's Charli (Charli)
It's Charli, baby
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
Hey, yeah
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
CupcakKe
It's Charli (Charli)
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
It's Charli, baby
It's Charli, baby
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
Hey, CupcakKe
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
It's Charli
(Drip, drip, so slick, that's my lipgloss)
It's Charli, it's Charli
It's Charli (Eh-eh-XCX)
It's Charli, baby
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post Apr 21 2017, 03:48 PM
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Stay Together by Suede.

It came into my life when I needed it the most, and without it, I am unsure if I would be in the place I am today.
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post Apr 21 2017, 04:46 PM
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LAST NIGHT TOOK AN L BUT TONIGHT I BOUNCE BACK

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post Apr 21 2017, 04:50 PM
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post Apr 21 2017, 05:28 PM
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Green Light tbh

!!! @lotti
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post Apr 21 2017, 05:52 PM
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yea but like WHY are these songs so meaningful? what is it that stands out to you with them?
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post Apr 21 2017, 06:00 PM
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QUOTE(ʟɪɴᴅsᴇ @ Apr 21 2017, 06:52 PM) *
yea but like WHY are these songs so meaningful? what is it that stands out to you with them?

I guess Bad Romance stands out because it's the ultimate example for me of one of those songs that even when you're sober you can chant loudly and 'expressively' (;o). I've listened to it 454 times since it was released, not even joking *.*
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post Apr 21 2017, 06:19 PM
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when you spend most of your school life being made fun of for being "different" and feeling shitty,
but then hear a song that makes you realise being weird is something to feel proud of.

It's a total rejection of the system
It's the honest opinion for the very first time
It's a different perception of living
And it's time that we opened our minds

I'm calling all superstar wonderful weirdos
You're not alone tonight
No you're not alone in your world, full of fear though
But the more you run, the harder it is to hide
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post Apr 21 2017, 06:26 PM
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Got me through sixth form (the worst time of my life both physically and emotionally).


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post Apr 21 2017, 06:32 PM
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same as lotti tbh
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post Apr 21 2017, 06:33 PM
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but seriously ian brown - time is my everything
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post Apr 21 2017, 07:58 PM
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Robyn - With Every Heartbeat. This song as well as being beautiful and perfect pop was everywhere when I first started going onto the gay scene, and gives me strong nostalgic feels each time.

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post Apr 21 2017, 08:03 PM
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I'm not sure I would call this "THE song" but it did become a personal piece of me at one time, and it often just reminds me that we are going to make mistakes in life, we're not going to get it right all the time, and that's ok.

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post Apr 21 2017, 09:30 PM
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Fuse ODG - Antenna is one that springs to mind. It sounds random but it was the song that me and my best friend first bonded over on our first night out at uni freshers only a couple hours after we met. And it basically characterised the rest of freshers week. It just makes me feel so happy now whenever I hear it <3

Adele - Hello. It came out the day I was road tripping from Canada to the US and I got to hear it every basically 30 minutes on American radio *.* As an Adele stan I was loving life to the max.
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post Apr 21 2017, 11:26 PM
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Elton John Rocketman
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post Apr 21 2017, 11:41 PM
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QUOTE(awardinary @ Apr 21 2017, 09:03 PM) *
I'm not sure I would call this "THE song" but it did become a personal piece of me at one time, and it often just reminds me that we are going to make mistakes in life, we're not going to get it right all the time, and that's ok.



heart.gif heart.gif Amazing choice, my favourite ever song probably. It was the song that got me into Coldplay and always helps me when I feel down cry.gif

Though whether I'd call it THE song I don't know as there are various songs I associate with different points of my life that are still very important to me. Ones that come to mind are My Chemical Romance's Welcome to the Black Parade, the song I credit with getting me invested in the charts and still such a moment that something so different can get there, it's weird but I also felt like this was the song that was prominent around the time I started maturing and becoming more comfortable with myself, coincidence I guess but a part of me still sees it that way.

On the other end, Woodkid's Run Boy Run and First Aid Kit's Emmylou I associate with first year of uni memories and the coming out of my shell that that brought out, and helped me deal with my strong emotions then in the latter's case, but they both also symbolised when my tastes started to get less mainstream.


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post Apr 22 2017, 01:15 AM
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I think it has to be Irvine by Kelly Clarkson for me, and Sober on a similar but lesser scale. Knowing that she wrote it at her absolute lowest sort of resonates with me when I feel not so good, it's as if it's strike a chord with how I feel in every note.


Last Hope makes me so emotional but happy emotional wub.gif
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post Apr 22 2017, 01:37 AM
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Oh christ, too damn many...

Pet Shop Boys - The Sodom and Gomorrah Show. Starting my first job about a decade ago, turning from an extremely nervous and shy teenager into a drunken, partying reveller in the space of a few months. 'Fundamental' was their newest album at the time and this song was constantly played on my way to work, usually still hungover from the night or weekend before.

Kelly Clarkson - My Life Would Suck Without You. My first ever solo holiday abroad and my first time outside Europe, to New York in the early part of 2009. This, Flo Rida's 'Right Round' and Katy Perry's 'Hot & Cold' were the songs I heard all the time over there, but it's Kelly's that takes me back the most. Ironically 'Empire State of Mind' wasn't released until later that year, long after I'd returned home - still reminds me of being there though!

Lady Gaga - The Edge of Glory. My happiest summer. Would blast it out my computer speakers while getting ready for what at the time seemed an endless amounts of nights out and general revelry.

Deetah - Relax AND Doves - There Goes The Fear. Somehow these two songs - both over a decade old even then - became the soundtrack of my final few weeks at uni, even more so than the likes of then-current tracks like Call Me Maybe and We Are Young. Graduating was a bit of a bittersweet experience - the final year left me completely exhausted, and I was happy to leave. These two songs soundtracked many sleep-deprived cold commutes to class, usually while frantically finishing an exam on the way there. 'Relax' especially was played so much at the time - and hardly since - that I'm instantly transported back to summer 2012 whenever I hear it.

Pink feat. Bloke From Fun - Just Give Me A Reason. Post-graduation depression. And cold, cold nights, a winter seemingly never-ending. Soundtracked many lost, chilly nights in my room, lonely, unemployed and purposeless, friends from the recent past slowly moving on.

Avicii - Wake Me Up. Escaping the UK for a month around Scandinavia in summer 2013. Avicii UNESCAPABLE in every country I visted. Culminated in euphorically dancing my socks of to it in an awesome Eurodance-heavy club in Helsinki, Finland, the world opening up to me at last and the year, finally, meaning something.

Sigma - Nobody To Love. Australia, March 2014. Lying on Bondi Beach, the sun turning my skin a gorgeous brown, pumping out this on repeat on my iPod as I watched the surfers and sunbathers go by. Original Charlie Wilson-sampling bootleg mix only, not the later released remake that instead reminds me of shit London clubs and working in retail.

Grace feat. G-Eazy - You Don't Own Me. Australia again, this time Christmas 2015, away from all my friends and family as I spent the festive season 10,000 miles away from home. Spending December 25th alone, I popped down to St Kilda beach, grabbed a cold Coke and immersed myself in this song for the rest of the day.

That'll do for now!
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post Apr 22 2017, 04:27 AM
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In terms of more serious songs, 'Mobile' by Avril Lavigne which helped me get through my brother moving away, and 'I Bet My Life' by Imagine Dragons which helped me through my other brother being severely ill and in hospital for a month, the most difficult month of my life.

In terms of happier songs, 'Young Blood' by The Naked & Famous for defining one summer vacation, not even the best vacation but it just captured the mood so perfectly; and 'Burning Bridges' by OneRepublic which is just my go-to good feels song, no memories attached to it really!
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