Spring Day is a heart song. I can’t believe how quick this song hit me. The song gave me an immediate sense of comfort…but then it made me feel all sentimental…now my feelings are a mess.
Not Today is srsly so lit. I began dancing @ 0:01. A rave song…I can’t even begin to imagine how lit the stage is gonna be when they perform this. Also, the intro & ending sounded so old school bangtan my heart skipped a beat.
Outro: Wings is a staight up jam. This is an ARMY party song yall. Better than I expected and I already had pretty high expectations. You can’t not sing along. LSS (last song syndrome) material.
You Never Walk Alone is the perfect mix of sweet & sexy. When Jin hit that high note…followed by Jimin…a bitch cried. (“A bitch”… being me) Yoongi’s ending tho…I would recommend you play that on loop 24/7.
I am a happy stan.
Thank you boys.
You’ve worked so hard.
🎵“I’m looking through the glass… she’s someone else’s angel.”
Featuring: BTS - Rap Monster
It had always been his favorite feature on you. Namjoon loved seeing your face light up, eyes bright as you laughed at a lame joke he had made. Frankly, you were the only one who laughed at his jokes and that’s when he knew you two were two pieces in a pod; one and the same.
But right now, he didn’t like seeing it one bit and it made his stomach churn in a bad way. His hands clenched on his sides when he saw you laughing through the glass window of the cafe, with eyes brighter than he had ever seen it before.
He hated that smile… Simply because it wasn’t directed at him.
Namjoon always though himself to be a very rational guy. He was smart and always believed his decisions were well thought of. As a result, his life went on smoothly—accordingly to his plans.
But that didn’t mean his life was easy. In fact, it was far from that. Before he became Rap Monster, leader and rapper of the popular South Korean group BTS, he was barely surviving as an underground rapper. He worked hard to where he was now; staying up late at the studio producing tracks and practicing dance routines till his body ached all over. Despite the struggles and numerous “You’ll never make it” comments that were thrown his way on a daily basis, he never complained and kept going; knowing these were necessary to reach his goals and to be where he wanted to be…
Namjoon was a very rational guy and he knew things happened for a reason.
But there was something about you that made him question himself; made him question his decisions even.
Because no matter how much he tried to think rationally; tried to persuade himself that he made the right decision by ending things with you…
It felt wrong.
And all it took was one look at your smiling face; a sharp contrast to the tears he had seen on your face a year ago when he broke up with you, for his chest to tighten painfully—regret filling him up to the core.
“Hyung, you coming?”
Namjoon tore his gaze away and found Taehyung looking at him expectantly. He nodded and followed the younger but not before stealing another glance.
You were still smiling. And Namjoon felt his heart break just a little.
He was so stupid.
How could he have fooled himself to thinking he was already over you?
Finally got my copy of the issue of TIME magazine with an article on
Becky G! I found it a few days ago alongside a back issue of The New Yorker with
Bob Dylan on the cover (after he won the Nobel Prize for Literature) Anthony
Lane’s review of the Park Chan-wook’s The Handmaiden (my favorite film of
“You’ve got all kinds of cultures, and in the character breakdown,
there were no ethnicities,” Gomez says. “That’s the whole point: anyone can be
powerful. It’s not the color of your skin. It’s not the social group that you
belong to in high school. That’s why Rangers is so awesome–because those walls
come tumbling down.”
It was also meaningful to Becky that her character questions her
sexuality. The revelation takes place in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment. But
if the movie becomes a hit, it’s likely to be the kind of detail that becomes
meaningful for a segment of its primarily young audience. “When I was doing
that scene, it was the first time as an actress where I couldn’t control my
emotions,” she recalls. “I felt very connected to her, because this is
something that a lot of people go through.”
So relevant to my most recent post, I made this Spotify playlist dedicated to those who went through an “almost” relationship. We can say that this one’s for our “almost lovers”. This isn’t the order of how I added these songs in the playlist, forgive me. You may stream it here, if you’re feeling like a masochist today. At least that’s what my friend told me.
1. More Than A Memory - Carly Rae Jepsen
And you know that night I almost said I loved you And you almost said it back Are we gonna be more than a memory? No matter how lame my apology I let go of you, you let go of me Are we gonna be more than a memory?
2. Almost Love - A Fine Frenzy
Goodbye, my almost lover Goodbye, my hopeless dream I’m trying not to think about you Can’t you just let me be? So long, my luckless romance My back is turned on you I should’ve known you’d bring me heartache Almost lovers always do
3. All You Never Say - Birdy
All you never say is that you love me so All I’ll never know is if you want me oh If only I could look into your mind Maybe then I’d find a sign Of all I want to hear you say to me
4. All In My Head - Tori Kelly
Time for me to move on now it was probably just a silly crush anyway But I just cant help but think that we, we could’ve had something Have I really been blind to reality baby tell me Every little glance my way Every time you wanted to hang You seemed so interested Could you tell me was it real or was it all in my head
5. Almost - Tamia
How can one miss what she’s never had How could I reminisce when there is no past How could I have memories of being happy with you boy Could someone tell me how can this be How could my mind pull up incidents Recall dates and times that never happened How could we celebrate a love that’s too late
6. Tonight I’m Getting Over You - Carly Rae Jepsen
We’re not lovers But more than friends Put a flame to every single word you ever said No more crying To get me through I’ll keep dancing till the morning with somebody new Tonight I’m getting over you
🎵 “I’m speeding by the place that I met you… for the 97th time, tonight!”
A/N:The music linked is Mandy Moore & Jonathan Foreman’s cover which was included in the soundtrack of the movie, “A Walk to Remember”.
Featuring: EXO - D.O.
Kyungsoo often found himself detached to things he knows shouldn't—or wouldn’t last. There was a time back in primary school when he wanted to be a doctor. But then that dream became long gone and forgotten the moment he discovered that he couldn’t stomach the sight of blood.
There’s the time in middle school when he wanted the latest gadget his classmates were all fussing about; which he got but quickly left forgotten too the moment another model came out just a year later.
Kyungsoo was a very rational guy and whatever he wanted he knew he could get if time and his resources would permit him too. “If it’s not for you, let it go” has always been one of his life motto’s, and he lived well that way; lived his life like a perfectly executed schedule.
That is… until he met you: the one thing he wanted most and could never have…
Who are we? Just a speck of dust within the galaxy Woe is me if we’re not careful turns into reality Don’t you dare let our best memories bring you sorrow Yesterday I saw a lion kiss a deer Turn the page maybe we’ll find a brand new ending While we’re dancing in our tears
I thought I saw you out there crying I thought I heard you call my name I thought I heard you out there crying But just the same
But are we all lost stars trying to light up the dark?