Immersed in music

Always like to listen to different kinds of music, no matter it’s foreign or local, rnb or classical, with or without lyrics, or whether I could understand the lyrics or not. When I talked to D that night I could feel his passion in everything, from architecture, design to music he likes. In his nicely set-up room, he played us a few of his favourites. One of them was this Lily Chou-Chou’s OST. He described it as a piece that could tell a story of himself – a reflection of himself. I don’t know how true that is since I haven’t known him for a long time, but I’m amazed how music could reach our hearts, how creative and imaginative human could be. Once in a while, turn off all the light, except one, lie down and enjoy the music.

2 thoughts on “Immersed in music

  1. I love the movie and soundtrack, so beautiful yet so depressing though. That’s why after I’ve seen it in theatre, I brought the dvd and never watched it…It’s funny that I really want to watch it again and at the same time I don’t want to go into that world again…powerful film and music.

  2. Really? This soundtrack is one of the few that I haven’t seen the movies before I listen OST. Just ordered the DVD and will get it in inbox in a couple of days. I think it’s gonna be good 🙂

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