Bon Jovi song that makes you cry, but it doesn’t make you cry until you get on the internet
Posted On July 20, 2021
Byron Smith’s song “Bon Jovi” is probably the best-selling song in the history of the Internet.
It has become the go-to song on social media and is one of the top-selling songs of the year.
But is it true?
Is it a hoax?
The songs’ creator, Byron Smith, thinks so.
Smith is a writer, producer, and musician.
He started making music in his teens, when he was in high school, and he continued to make music as he got older.
His songs have gone viral on the Internet, and now, with the release of his new album, The Bon Jovian Songs, Smith’s songs are selling in the billions.
Smith says that he’s made more money in the last 10 years than he has in the previous 10.
But, it’s not just his songs that make people cry.
He says that they make people feel like they have lost something.
For instance, he made a song that is one-sided and sad.
Smith told NPR, “I’ve made songs that are very emotional and I think there’s a part of the human soul that’s always searching for meaning and purpose.
And I think we’re always searching.”
But, does the song really make people tear up?
“No,” Smith told NBC News.
“It’s kind of like a roller coaster.”
That is, if you listen closely, you can hear that the song is actually a catchy, upbeat song.
But then, the song also has a very sad, sad side.
Smith said that his music is not intended to make people happy.
“I do not mean to offend anybody, but I do feel like there is a part in me that feels like it has been robbed of something,” Smith said.
“And I do believe that when I’m singing the words I feel like it’s been stolen from me.”
Smith says he has been approached by a couple of people who have approached him asking if he is making money from his music.
He said that he hasn’t heard anything from anyone.
Smith also told NPR that he has never heard of a fake Bon Jova song.
And, he has no problem with people saying that they have heard of fake Bonjovi songs.
“There are no hoaxes,” he said.
Smith has also made several videos and a song about himself.
He told NPR he has “a lot of people” on Facebook and YouTube who want to buy his songs.
Smith was able to make so much money from the music he has made and has had the songs reach a million views on YouTube.
And he told NPR the song has gotten him a lot of love on social platforms.
But his song has also caused controversy on the web.
“People have been using the song to attack me and my family and my friends,” he told NBC.
“My friends have been telling me that I should have a bigger heart.
And so, the internet is really a big part of my life now, I think.
It’s a very big part.”
In the weeks following the release the song, Smith says his online fans started attacking him on Twitter and Facebook.
He wrote on Twitter, “They don’t know what they’re doing when they write negative reviews about me and their families.”
He told NBC that he received thousands of angry messages and emails, some threatening him.
But Smith says the threats are not a good sign.
“They just seem like a little bit of noise, which is good,” Smith wrote.
“So, I really do believe the negativity from these people is just noise that is a little louder than a real thing.
It really does seem to be a lot more positive than the negativity that they are really feeling.”
In other words, the online people who want his songs to be removed are just a distraction.
“You can’t just get all of this negativity,” Smith says.
“Just keep trying to take care of yourself.”
Smith has received hundreds of thousands of dollars from fans.
He has also had fans come to him with cash.
The money has helped him make a living and has helped support his family.
But he says that the negative messages are still a challenge.
“All of these people just want to go off on another rant about how terrible I am, or how they can’t believe I make a good living,” he says.
But some people are trying to make the internet a better place for people to talk.
The internet has given people a platform to express themselves and share ideas, but there are still some who have a problem with the whole thing.
In a recent piece for the New York Times, reporter Ben Dreyfuss said that some of the comments and reactions to his article on the Bon Jovan song are a little too far.
“A lot of these guys are angry, they’re upset, and they’re