Just watched a concert of Hebe, entitled To My Love 影音館. Happy for the chance to have a copy of the DVD even if we couldn’t watch it live. It’s a great concert, the type I’d like to attend. I like how they fused 古典音乐 with modern music creating a unique vibrant sound. I love Hebe’s voice and how she delivers the song, the words, the tones and her capacity to draw people in to her performance.
This song below reminded me of how difficult it is for us to say something sometimes, as if all that we say is not right no matter how we say it. It tells much about pondering on what to say that we wouldn’t feel lost, or be untrue to our own feelings and not recognize ourselves in the process. Sometimes we have to resist saying what other people don’t want to hear, or steer the gear towards satisfying what the counterpart wants to hear. At times we’d prefer to remain silent because people could get us wrong or we have to weigh what to say to make people happy. People might demand a response from us but they’d be quite furious if they hear what they didn’t want to hear. If you didn’t give an opinion or reaction, they’d still be angry. Sometimes people ask something they already have an answer to and no matter what you say, it won’t change anything because their mind is already made up. But they still want a second opinion, or more on a second demotion. I guess it’s just normal that we wanted people to agree with us, but I hope not every time, because that just make asking pointless and becomes tiring too on the part of the one being asked. We’d be better off keeping silent at times, less words, less mistakes. In the end of the song, the narrator just wanted to sing.
或是用力擠出一條事業線? Hey Yeah~
- 我 只想要唱歌
- Video from: youtube
- Lyrics taken from: http://mojim.com/twy109122x5x3.htm