read interesting books. listen to beautiful lyrics and melodies. write your own stories. go to concerts, parks and museums. study hard. take care of yourself.
stay hydrated. learn to appreciate the little things. travel. learn a language. remind your friends that you’re there for them. be kind, and feel.
My favourite part of concerts is when the artists plays a song everyone knows so everyone’s singing along all out of tune but then the singer stops singing and they point the microphone at the crowd and you just hear everyone in the crowd singing the words to the music and you see the smiles on the singers’ faces because they know people care about their music and everyone’s just so happy who cares about anything else.
I understand what you said.
I don’t care what you think.
I won’t ignore them.
This song has been on the radio.
The potholes are filled.
I’m not in confrontation.
The fourth light is lit.
I know what’s inside of me.
I know where I am.
I don’t wanna die before I’m old.
I remember that morning is when night is dead.
We know how to put back the fire in our soul.
There is a choice.
I’m not a goner.
*Before the main act even comes on stage, there is usually that interlude of music to help pump the fans up
*The first slow song that causes everyone to turn on their lights and wave their arms
*The song(s) that literally everyone in the audience knows so you can clearly hear everyone singing along. This makes it even more special when the artist stops singing for a moment but the audience is able to keep it going
*The (first) ending, before any thoughts of an encore are mentioned
*The encore. The crowd and musicians are already so amped up, it’s just a perfect way to end the night.