#1
I don't know why but i'm super addicted to The Rolling Stones song Paint it Black. I don't even know why. I've been playing it these past 3 nights and i've sunken to this weird mood. Not depressed but like, a weird everythings pointless feeling. Not like I'm high either, its weird. Usually a song burns out but this one is sticking. Anyone ever have an experience like this? Or am i just mad? I've completely sharpied up my brothers shoes. They're completely black now.
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#4
Certain songs just speak to people.

For me, Scar Tissue- by Red Hot Chili Peppers.

I love the song, but among all the elements of the song, the epic-ness, the emotion, the message. It just kind of dwarves you, makes you feel like, " damn, I am never going to do anything that awesome in my life."

Although, this feeling inspires me more than depresses me.
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Every time I listen to octavarium by dream theater I feel the same way, Its just like, damn ill never make better music than this, but I sure can try
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Every time I listen to octavarium by dream theater I feel the same way, Its just like, damn ill never make better music than this, but I sure can try


this man speaks the truth, he does

i get like that sometimes, it's grow out of you, i was once addicted to the song push it from tool, it still gets me when i listen to it
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#7
I also love this song, and I know that feeling your talking about, I feel it when I listen to it, and especially when I play it.
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I don't know why but i'm super addicted to The Rolling Stones song Paint it Black. I don't even know why. I've been playing it these past 3 nights and i've sunken to this weird mood. Not depressed but like, a weird everythings pointless feeling. Not like I'm high either, its weird. Usually a song burns out but this one is sticking. Anyone ever have an experience like this? Or am i just mad? I've completely sharpied up my brothers shoes. They're completely black now.


Yeah man i went through almost the exact same thing with this song. I first heard it when i beat Twisted Metal: Black, it struck me with such awe i was speechless, i was just staring at the credits rolling by, and the clips from the game and was amazed on how well the song went with it. Then for the next couple days i was blasting it in my room, and even at my grandpa's funeral (on my ipod of course, in the funeral procession, line of cars painted black etc. fit real well)


It'll pass. Still love rockin that song though.


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Certain songs just speak to people.

For me, Scar Tissue- by Red Hot Chili Peppers.

I love the song, but among all the elements of the song, the epic-ness, the emotion, the message. It just kind of dwarves you, makes you feel like, " damn, I am never going to do anything that awesome in my life."

Although, this feeling inspires me more than depresses me.


Another spot on feeling i get when i listen to that song! The second RHCP song i ever heard, and it still amazes me when i listen to it, or even play it, such a mellow riff. I get a bittersweet feeling when i listen to it.
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Every time I listen to octavarium by dream theater I feel the same way, Its just like, damn ill never make better music than this, but I sure can try



I'm the same way...only it's with the album Lateralus by Tool. It's simply beautiful
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#11
music affects you less as you get older. you think that music is amazing and mystical but its not. You become like a robot when you get older.

However the end of rosetta stoned is like wiping my face with a cold flannel and realising im alive

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#12
I have stints where I notice Hypocrisy's Slippin' Away has been playing for hours. I think there's something I can relate with or have related with, at times.
#13
Because there is an awsome cover of the song by Gob?
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Slow Dancing In a Burning Room by John Mayer is just... I don't know what it is but I like it. Just that phrase alone sounds awesome. It's like, they're in a burning room, so what the hell do they do? Slow dance of course!
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Slow Dancing In a Burning Room by John Mayer is just... I don't know what it is but I like it. Just that phrase alone sounds awesome. It's like, they're in a burning room, so what the hell do they do? Slow dance of course!

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#19
Paint it black IS a good song.

I had the same sort of obsession for a song when I first heard david bowie's space oddity.
#20
God damn it, now i'm listening to the song...

My friend had the same problem. He went through this HUGE Rolling Stones phase. Lol, one time when we went jogging at the park, we passed this woman (who was at least in her 60's-70's) and she was wearing booty shorts, and a sports bra...running, thus making everything flop around. Needless to say I was a little "unhappy" to see this but my pal just yelled "OH GOD". I told him that I know, it was pretty bad. He pulls out his ear-buds and replies by telling me "Not just that. When we passed her, I got to the part in Paint It Black where the guy says I SEE THE GIRLS IN THEIR SUMMER CLOTHES"

...well it was funny to me........I'm gonna go make a sammich.
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#22
yes I think I have had this happen to me once with a song.I do just sort of zone out and sometime I feel like I am sad but I am not and then everything is pointless.I hadn't even heard of the singer before.