I myself am a lost soul, drifting through the years, and I can feel it slipping away. My heart clings to the memories that I've created in my mind, it's the only thing that keeps me going. Why was I born forty years too late? The only logical reason I can perceive is that I was meant to change something or keep it alive. I believe rock 'n roll chooses you, and I've been chosen. I'm not a slave to rock 'n roll, that would imply that I'm being forced, but I choose to accept the insane, most passionate music that has ever been. Some have the conception that I'm holding myself back, rejecting the exception of new thoughts and new music. What they don't realize is the impact that rock 'n roll makes and how it opens your mind to places you may not have thought were even conceivable. But what are these places?
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Twenty-first century kid, with a Vintage Soul. A heart that yearns for a simpler time, where the music was more than just what you listened to, but a lifestyle that influenced every aspect of your life. Only, this is just a mere perception, what I'd like to think living in the golden years of rock 'n roll would be like. All I can do is live in the memories and legacies of those who left them behind. Maybe rock 'n roll was meant to change to world, I'd like to think so, or it was just a point in time like many others. If you have the true soul for rock 'n roll, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about, that indescribable feeling of pure joy when you hear that first chord struck or note sung, the yearning to be engulfed so deeply into the music that it takes over your entire body, feeling nothing and everything all at once.