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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Song Pick of the Week # 1...

Just like my Theandric Thursdays, I doubt this is going to be weekly, but still. Life isn’t too optimistic right now, so the least I can do is stay positive about a weekly feature I thought I would do. So, the song I wanted to feature for the first week is Coldplay’s “Paradise” that I’ve been stuck on since, umm..... the whole last week. Seriously, it seems that’s the only song I’ve been playing on repeat. This song has broken all records of play-repeat-play-repeat ever done in history. My history at least. It’s a very simple song, about dreams and wishes and innocence and how the reality and stupid world attack such wishes. I haven’t still understood the whole of it, but I love it nevertheless.

Here’s the wonderfully done video for you! I mean, just look at it. Adorable! ^_^

Favorite lyrics from the song:

When she was just a girl
She expected the world
But it flew away from her reach
So she ran away in her sleep
Dreamed of a para-para-paradise

Life goes on
It gets so heavy
The wheel breaks the butterfly
Every tear, a waterfall
In the night, the stormy night
She closed her eyes
In the night, the stormy night
Away she'd fly.

Liked it? My last post was also inspired by this song!

Song source-credit: Rachit. Dhanyawadam times infinity.

Random stuff ahead. Read at your own risk!

(Random) Realization # 1: Sometimes Most of the times, being a girl is torture.

(Not-so-random) Realization # 2: Being a girl in India, in this patriarchal society where you’re subjected to injustice based on stupid society’s unbelievably moronic and sadist thinking is an even bigger torture.

Just like Jack Reacher says in A Wanted Man by Lee Child, when a police agent tells him he won’t be in trouble if he speaks the truth, “You still believe stuff like that?”

(Random) Realization # 3: I don’t think checking my language would do any good. My actions can be stopped, but not my words. I’ll say what I mean. No hard feelings toward anyone in particular, only the “society”. Kids in school should have a subject called “Whatever-we’re-teaching-is-nonsense-dude-you’re-going-get-a-shock-in-reality”. Just so they can be prepared. ;) 


  1. Okay, so I love Paradise, but I never saw the video until today. It's adorable, and I totally get why the song's been stuck in your head for what feels like ages! (And yay, poetry!!)

    I'd like to hear more about your realizations, especially the first two. Anything you'd like to share?

    Also, props to Rachit for introducing you to the song! Heehee!

    1. Hiya! :D I am so loving hearing about Paradise, how some like it, how some are liking it for the first time. Adorable ;)

      I'll tell you about those in detail! :)


I would like to hear what you have to say.. :)


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