☆ summary → When the nation’s little sister,
IU, gets into a huge scandal, your agency seizes the opportunity to thrust you
into that now vacant spotlight. Your self-composed song Paper Doll becomes an overnight sensation, and soon people
are itching to find out who was the one who broke your heart. All hell breaks
loose once netizens discover that you used to date popular idol, Jeon Jungkook.
Little do they know that it wasn’t him who left the relationship unscathed –
it was you.
↳ alternatively: a story on the consequences of a hit
☆ a/n → i haven’t even been on tumblr for a week and askdjjj I
can’t believe how many people liked pt. i – also, I know absolutely
nothing about songwriting or music theory, or anything really, so this is me
bullshitting my way through 4k words that i haven’t proofread
You associated every song of yours to a specific time
The whimsical cluster chords that opened up Blue Afternoon made you think of the view from your window last
spring. Looking down on the busy streets of Seoul from your flat, a crowding of
umbrellas had danced to the sound of heavy rain, and you had been immediately
struck with a melody line.
That was your favorite part of songwriting – that moment when you finally had something, after having absolutely
Ironically enough, out of all the songs on your album,
you disliked Paper Doll the most.
Even before it had been propelled to the top of the
music charts, the song had never been a favorite. The melody line was catchy
but predictable, with the most common chord progressions and an overproduced
chorus. The people reviewing your songs during the album production had
all loved it, however, and they had adamantly decided to push it as a title
It was amusing how people presumed the song described
a devastating heartbreak between you and your first love. They weren’t exactly wrong, but their interpretation was completely off.
Still, you weren’t stupid enough to disapprove their theories. If they wanted to
believe that your first boyfriend was a heartless playboy, then that wasn’t
At least you had never thought it would have to be a
Okay so I’m so excited for William Joyce’s next Guardians of Childhood Book that I was inspired by his picture book this page specifically down here *points down*
to make the image at the top. Now if you know some stuff about it you would know who is on the other cliff, and if not I’m gonna let you guys guess. There’s a whole story on why, but I’m gonna save that for later.