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lina(she/her)
chicory
Time ago
star-rice

Having lots of thoughts about how listening to and consuming music is literally hardwired into our brains (story telling was very lyrical and passed down orally before writing was widespread and easily accessible). And I think sometimes that I really like music and singing but have no want or need to create new music, only to consume and realizing that this is very much non-conflicting is very freeing.

Regardless of good or bad, my voice was made to sing. Singing is designed to feel good. My brain is designed to memorize patterns and repeat them, auditory patterns are not exempt. Music is and was human and it's storied past, while the details have been forgotten to time (like the stories themselves) this need and enjoyment thereupon lives on in my very biology.


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i just recently saw a post about how singing, dancing, and telling stories are just normal human behaviors, just like creating art in general, but now there is this way of thinking that you shouldn't do art unless you're a professional or are really good at it. which is actually wrong because art connects people. when i want to hear you sing, i don't expect you to be good at it, i expect to hear your voice and your thoughts and your feelings and share them. i just expect you to enjoy it and us to connect, just like all humans did throughout history.


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A lot of people don't like to even sing to loved ones because they don't like their own voice (me lol) but you're definitely right. People want to sing and it feels good.


naiad commented on this post:

A lot of people don't like to even sing to loved ones because they don't like their own voice (me lol) but you're definitely right. People want to sing and it feels good.


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