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I think this song, voices means that they every time try, they talk out all those words to someone and that someone said some kind of ignorant words and their ears were intentionally listening to those words that make them hurt and they can't get the words off their heads and they only want hear their voices not anyone voices and they can't get hurt with these words so they sang this song. Read more →
Céline Dion – Fly
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This song is just beautiful! I lost a coworker in June of 2018 to pancreatic cancer. She was such a beautiful person, inside and out. She suffered a lot during her brief, but hard-fought battle with the deadly disease. This song paints a gorgeous image in my mind. After she passed away, she was no longer suffering, and I feel like this song just meant so much to me. I miss her so much, but Celine Dion's music always seems to know exactly what I need. We all love and miss you so much. Fly, Fly sweet angel... Go now, find the light. Read more →
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This song says it all in the process of falling in love. True indeed! Love comes in an unexpected situation with the unexpected person to love, the least-likely you believe in falling in love over and over and in true love makes you a bit confused when that happened. When you run out of words to explain why in the first place you are feeling that way, when suddenly a stranger came in to your life and changes everything, that it was so good, overwhelming and calm. When you love you just can't explain the feeling, a little bit of all emotions. Read more →
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A lot of people think this song is about suicide, but I don't think that's actually the case. This song, I believe, is actually a love letter to someone who is dying but is scared to. The singer points out seasons, rain, and other things that have a natural end, but instead of trying to prolong their time, they simply continue on their due course. He also points out Romeo and Juliet, a couple so in love, they were not afraid to die if it meant being together. He says "we can be like they are", showing no fear of death when it comes. I remember reading somewhere that the number 40,000, was a rough estimate of how many people die each day, made by the songwriter, suicide being just one out of many causes. In the final verse, the perspective shifts, to a woman (or girl, age is not really specified here) who has reached the end of their life (came the last night sadness, and it was clear she couldn't go on). All of a sudden, Death Himself shows up, bringing with him a powerful gust of wind. He tells her not to be afraid of him, and she embraces him openly. At this point, she is now dead, and they both fly out the window, to the afterlife. The only time they look back to her former life is to say goodbye to it. Read more →