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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Let's Live Like We're Gonna "Die Young"!

Hey Everybody!
     So as some of you may know, I went through a pretty bad breakup earlier this week. And I have been trying to cheer myself up and I have found myself listening to this song a lot: "Die Young" by Ke$ha. And it has changed my perspective on things, I think.
     This song is just all about being young and having fun and enjoying life. You can click here for the lyrics as always. And I love this chorus. It's catchy and it WILL get stuck in your head so, beware. The song itself has a great tune but it's the message I like best. It creates a scene with a party or a club and everyone dancing and a cute boy who came with a girl who isn't paying any attention to him and all of a sudden you find yourself dancing together and you just want to enjoy the moment. Going out, having fun, enjoying life: that's what being young is about isn't it?
   
     People always tell us as we are growing up to hold onto our youth because someday we will wish we were this age again. And I have come to realize this as true. I was always looking into the future, wishing I was older. Because we always see age as more freedom. And though there is more freedom with age, there is also more responsibility...and in the end, less time to enjoy that freedom. So I have decided, as I hope many people will decide, that right now, I just want to act my age and have fun and enjoy what I am given. I just want to enjoy life. I want to go out, make mistakes, make memories, and regret nothing. We all want to grow up too soon. We all want to grow up before we have even gotten the chance to enjoy the age we are at right now. So I say, "Let's make the most of tonight like we're gonna die young." Because you never know, we just might die young. So enjoy life while you can and as I said with "Run Free", make sure you go out knowing you've done everything you wanted to and with no regrets.
Regret nothing<3
Love you all,
-Autumn the Music Girl

4 comments:

  1. GREAT POST, Autumn. The power of music (and youth) is amazing.

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    1. I agree, Mr. Elkin. And thank you. And in answer to your question about whether or not he replied to my comment on his blog, he did not. In fact, he removed my comment entirely. Sometimes I wish I could make him read mine...

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    1. Thank you Aunt Chelsea! :D and thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

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