I can’t write a song like “I am a super simple songwriter”.
I can write songs like “What does the future hold?”.
I can make a song that has two verses and one chorus.
But I can only do that when I’m in a position to listen to someone else and hear a song I wrote and to listen back to it.
So, I find it easier to listen and listen again.
It’s like if you’re watching TV and you’re like, “Whoa, there’s an audience watching”.
But if you listen to it and you go, “I can’t hear anything at all, there are no notes,” then that’s not an interesting thing to listen too.
So I just go back to what I was listening to and what I had heard before.
If you listen back, you’ll find that you can actually hear some of the melodies and some of what the chords are.
But it’s not that easy.
You have to be really attentive to the lyrics.
And that’s the point I’m trying to get across with this podcast, which is that I think you need to be able to listen for what you’re listening to, and you need the ability to make decisions in the moment.
That’s what listening to a song really does.
It doesn’t mean that it’s all about you.
But that you have a good ear for it, and that’s something that’s hard to achieve in a lot of different ways, like with other forms of music, where you have to go, like, for example, from classical to rock to country music to jazz to hip-hop to dance music, and all of those things.
That really comes down to a choice.
The choice is to go with a song and to enjoy it and to be with the person who’s singing, and to make that decision and listen to what’s happening, and then to make those decisions and make that song happen.
It really is like a musical choice.
So if I’m listening to music and I’m like, I’m not going to listen, what is it?
And the person I’m singing to is like, well, this song is not what I want to hear.
So what am I supposed to do?
The song I’m hearing is what I’m going to make.
So that’s how you really have to listen.
And it’s a very tricky thing to do.
I can hear a lot more than I want, and I can really focus on the melody.
And if I don’t hear the melody, I can get overwhelmed and not be able focus.
And then if I do get distracted, I just get really, really bored.
I feel really bad about that.
But listening is not only about making choices.
It also involves a lot about feeling and being present.
And I think that’s why you need music.
You need music to make choices.
You can listen and make decisions, and when you’re in a situation where you can do both, you can listen to your emotions, you know, and not worry about making those choices.
And when you make a decision, you don’t have to do anything else.
You just make it.
And in a way, listening is about the freedom to listen again and make your own choices.
So this is the kind of experience that I’ve been trying to teach myself to listen more and more to music, to make my own decisions and to connect with people.
That I think is what music has always meant for me.
And so that’s what I think the purpose of this podcast is, which I hope is going to be useful for anyone who is looking for an experience where they can be more fully engaged with the music.
And what I’ve tried to do with this is to put that experience in a place where people can listen, to have it be a great experience, and have it give them a different kind of insight into themselves, and also allow them to make a different choice.