Let's read my rambling-on-about-music-posts:
All of the music I make always have a history to it.
For example, Hatsune Mikuo's cover for Romeo and Cinderella brings back A TON of memories. It reminds me of the candy my dad brought back from work (it was kind of plain, though); the time I sobbed my eyes out when my brother was being cruel to me; and when I discovered about Mikuo.
Did you know?
Most of the time when I am sad, I play a happy melody/song to lift up my spirits. An example would be a song "Happy Synthesizer." I have no clue why I'm so attracted to that song so much; maybe it's because I made two of my UTAUloids sing it.
Music has a lot of meaning to me. A lot of the music I listen to, I find the meanings meaningful; and relate to what it means.
Here's an example:
"Boku no koe wa todokanai
Boku no te sae todokanai
Dakara boku wa inorunda...
sora ni, hoshii ni, kami ni, kimi ni"
"My voice does not reach
My hands do not reach
That why I will pray...
To the skies, to the stars, to God, for you"
The song was Pray For [Japan] and was dedicated to Japan. You can relate to what the lyrics say to the recent disaster at Japan. (So lately I find many people liking that song because of the meanings)
Take some time to think of the meanings behind the songs.
Because a song with a happy tune may be sorrowful (like "15 Years Pursuing a Cute Boy")