Music, another virus

Music has finally penetrated into our minds and contaminated it with a fusion of filthy and cultured vocals. Young and old alike sing non-stop—they do it everywhere and any time. It’s their happiness and consolation to depression.

Music has finally penetrated into our minds and contaminated it with a fusion of filthy and cultured vocals.
Young and old alike sing non-stop—they do it everywhere and any time. It’s their happiness and consolation to depression.

Some people say music can help create the mood or feeling if properly synchronized with the story. But the plain truth is that music is worse than an addiction.

So often, we wish we could get rid of it. Some people say that they can only concentrate when they’re listening to music. But how can that be with the sound beats banging into your ears. And sometimes the song is so electrifying that you’re attempted to pullout a few dancing moves whilst on your seat.

There also some songs that you wish you could forget but you can’t. You’re busy, trying to concentrate on work but Keri & Timbaland’s ‘Return The Favour’ track pops in and you can’t help but lose focus because of those stirring words.

You once attempted to erase all the music from your computer—but a few days later you felt something missing, you immediately restored it, because you can’t do much without it. You are obsessed.

Thanks to the accessibility of the earphones, otherwise workplaces, would seem like a music studio, with different music played here and there.

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