Everything ends either has a reason or none. Some things or
some people enter your life to leave you a scar or anything that could make
your life stronger, but some things enter your life in a pointless way. Yes,
not all things and not all people that come to your life are valuable. Quite often, there’s always someone who would make you laugh, make
you smile, make you feel like you’re too important to them, and make you feel
what really love is. But at the end, everything is pointless. Everything ends
up to nothing as if you’ve never been loved, as if you’re a toy that used to
enjoy him, or as if you’re some stuff that could be thrown away. Love. It only
matters if either of you is able to stay or is strong enough to carry every
trouble that would come somehow.
This playlist is simply for people who’ve been lied on,
who’ve been cheated on, who’ve been hurt, and who’ve been left behind without any reasonable words. This is to encourage us all that anything that comes
could be pointless. Enough with the sayings “I met him just for a reason” and
“someone comes either a blessing or a lesson,” because everyone that leaves is
pointless! Yes, and if you acknowledge someone who has just left as a lesson,
then you’re pathetically weak.
I’m changing my views on “urban fantasy playlists.”
1: Atticus would have the most random music you could ever imagine. There’s no rhyme or reason as to what he listens to; if it exists, he’s probably heard it and probably liked it for one reason or another. When he wants to play up the stereotype, though, it’s a heavy dose of Flogging Molly, the Dropkick Murphys, The Pogues and the usual bevvy of Irish rock.
2: Alex would like underground or indie music, but specifically from the London area. The others may rag on him for being a music hipster, but this is the city that he loves, damn it, and he loves what this city makes. Even if it’s weird.
3: James Stark is still all about the old school punk. If it came out of L.A., he’s down with it. But you’ll also find some metal; the more guttural the vocals and the more chaotic the sound, the better (it reminds him of his trip Down South).
4: Dresden is your classic rock nerd. He hasn’t been able to listen to much of the new stuff, thanks to obvious reasons, so he sticks with what he knows. If it references Tolkien or other old school authors, he’s happy with it. … How does he make even make a playlist, though? You know what? Not important.