Though...speaking of music and he.ll. My grandma thinks Rock music is of the devil. I personally think God likes every kind of music if we do. Lyircs are another thing.
"I did po.rn and a few other lustful things for crying out loud and I'm not going to he.ll."
BWAHAHAHAHAHA YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW MUCH THAT MADE MY DAY THERE XDDDD
lol but dude, you have no idea what people say about that kinda stuff. Like, you can go on some random a7x song on youtube and you will find at least one dude, usually marked as either spam or having too many negative votes, going "YOU GUYS SHOULD NOT BE LISTENING TO THIS MUSIC IT'S DEMONIC YOU'RE ALL GOING TO H.ELL". It's so stupid.
I agree with you, though I really see nothing wrong with listening to songs with odd lyrics. It's like saying you can't stand in the same room as a satanist as they're preaching the devil. Just cuz you're hearing it doesn't mean you're part of it.
Hahahahaha. I have a Grandma that says that (Read above comment).
Well, she doesn't say you're going to he.ll, but she does say it's from the devil.
Well, you do realize Floree that you may see nothing wrong with listening to songs like those because you're the pervert of P&T??!?!?
Meant to be taken with humor.
lol no, it's from the dude writing the song XD
Like, honestly', sure, maybe today it could been seen as such, but like, 50 years ago people had a problem with rock and roll. Before that, jazz was immoral. Before THAT, it was ragtime. And oh so long ago, people didn't like the WALTZ. Honestly, there's always gonna be people who claim it's evil and stuff, but if it keeps changing I really don't think it's true.
looool IM THE PERV OF P&T AND PROUDDDDDD-
lol nah, im just a person who doesn't give two flips in a bucket =w=
You are so hilarious. Regarding music and change though, I don't believe any style of music is evil. It's just a style. Any meaning or lyrics can be put to it.
Exactly =w= Of course people have preferences, but as long as you don't totally talk down about some genre you don't like, it's all fine and dandy~
perfecto-mando, mon amie!
^^ Music ftw :P
Doctorbug- check out "Oblivion (featuring Susanne Sundfor)".
This is from the relatively new movie "Oblivion" w/ Tom Cruise.
Oh, and you gotta check out "Dustbowl III" by Other Lives. Be patient with it, it starts out kinda slow but gets awesome :) or so says my humble opinion. Check out the music video too :)
I considerably overused the phrase "check out" in the last couple posts. ..
Recently I've listened a lot to the song "Jump" by Van Halen. Interesting thing: If you listen to the whole song, it's a song about taking risks/taking chances. If you listen to just the chorus it's a song about suicide. It's also an excellent example of minimalism is music. When it really comes down to it it's one of the simplest songs I've ever heard, but that doesn't make it bad.
I WANNA BE
THE VERY BEST
LIKE NO ONE EVER WAS
TO CATCH THEM IS MY REAL TEST
TO TRAIN THEM IS MY CAUSE
I WILL TRAVEL
ACROSS THE LAND
SEARCHING FAR AND WIDE
EACH POKEMON TO UNDERSTAND
THE POWER THAT'S INSIDE
GOTTA CATCH THEM ALL~
IT'S YOU AND ME
I KNOW IT'S MY DESTINY!
OH~ YOU'RE MY BEST FRIEND
IN A WORLD WE MUST DEFEND
GOTTA CATCH THEM ALL~
A HEART SO TRUE
OUR COURAGE WILL PULL US THROUGH
YOU TEACH ME AND I'LL TEACH YOU
GOTTA CATCH THEM ALL
//hit in the head by a pokeball/
FYI, if you find someone who can sing all of that, you know you've got a pokemon fan. You got one who can sing the whole thing, you've got a BIG pokemon fan. You got someone who can sing the whole thing, AND the pokerap, you have one HARCCORE pokemon fan.
Thank you Brisa for your shares, I loved them! And thanks stuntddude too, I listened to the song, and enjoyed it. I see what you by the chorus and suicide.
21 Pilots: The first one is "Car Radio" and the second one is "Holding onto you"
Sixpence None the Richer (Quiet acoustic cover):
Originals by one of my friends:
youtube. com/watch?v=VFnw9Br_ mWY&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PL26FB6DAE75D05ABF
Jimmy Wong's "Ching Chong":
Doctorbug: I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for introducing me to Audiomachine. :) I'd never listened to it before reading your post. It's freaking awesome.