Question of the day.

   What is a song you used to like but don’t anymore and why? 

   My answer: 

   Im sure I have a lot of such songs, but the one that came to my mind first was Sad Eyes by Big Fox. I even posted it on here in the beginnings of my blog, not because I’d ever loved it very much but just liked enough to share with people. But a few days after that, my laptop got screwed up in some not easily definable way, I guess the main problem was drivers or something like that, and somehow the song, as well as Big Fox’s music in general, got forever associated in my brain with that incident, or more exactly its month-long aftermath when I was near-totally cut off from the online world (I wasn’t an Apple Bibiel back then and didn’t have a smartphone or anything really other than my laptop) and a lot of technology that I relied on for all sorts of things daily, while my laptop was being fixed by a blind company on the other end of the country, because mainstream tech people had no idea what was wrong. Which meant I was totally understimulated in all that time, my sensory anxiety was sky high, and also it was often just plain boring when I couldn’t even get myself new books or anything. I’m not perfectly sure why, of all the music I listened to at that time, it was Big Fox who I associated with this the most, because I didn’t even listen to her  at all while it was being fixed because the only music I have offline on my SD cards is stuff that I truly love and actually have bought it, but the association is still there and I hate her music and especially that particular song with a vengeance, and I genuinely can’t even understand what I found even remotely likeable about it back then, because I guess if I was to hear it today with no associations attached, I’d feel totally neutral at best. 

   How about you? 🙂 


4 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. Hmm…. “How to Save a Life” by the Fray!! I loved it at first, but then I realized that it’s too sappy! “Step one, you say we need to talk. He walks, you say sit down, it’s just a talk. […] As he begins to raise his voice, you lower yours and grant him one last choice.” I don’t know why the lyrics seem so sappy to me, but ugh!!

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