I don’t think I’m alone when I say this: when we listen to music, we often make connections to people. A certain song, no matter how subtle the message might be in reality, can make you think of a person; maybe even one you’ve never met. This is part of what makes music so personal. For every single person in the world, one song can take on so many different meanings. Then suddenly, the music that you’ve connected to these people make them feel closer than ever. You don’t have to imagine them; you can feel their presence. That’s the magic, I think.
Today, October 11th, is National Coming Out Day. Up until now, this day held little or no significance at all to me. I've never identified as gay. However, as I've gotten older, my support for the LGBTQ community has grown. I find myself gravitating towards more inclusive lifestyles and adopting a more open way of thinking, and in return, living as well.
1. Family is more than just blood.
Harry Styles by Harry Styles has literally been the fault of about 53 of my mental breakdowns in the last two years. Does he even know what he's doing to us? Does he?
Made in the A.M. was One Direction's final album before their eh-hem "18-month" hiatus, and in it are tons of lyrics that are undoubtedly meant solely for their fans.