Life without music?

            I cant imagine living my life without music. Music has such a huge part in my life and in the life's of many others. Certain songs can remind someone of a special moment in their life. Music can have such a lasting impression on someone. I, myself have three songs that whenever I hear them bring me right back into time. Whenever I hear these songs I experience the same things all over again. These three songs will always have a lasting impression in my memory.

             They can say anything they want to say .

             Try to bring me down .

             But I will not allow .

             Anyone to succeed .

             Hanging clouds over me .

             And they can try hard to make me feel .

             That I don't matter at all.

             But I refuse to falter.

             In what I believe .

             Or lose faith in my dreams .

             It was Friday afternoon and the cafeteria was filled with the usual people and commotion. The upperclassmen were sitting in their normal spot. The football players were sitting in there spot, and so on. I took my seat at my usual table with my girlfriends. We started chitchatting and what not. We were discussing who we saw today and what cuter older guys talked to us. Then one of my friends asked me a weird question, "Cristina, did you see your locker?”. I thought this was an odd question and I asked why. My friend then explained. I did not believe it. I mean who would do such a thing. I went upstairs and looked at my locker, there was silly string and awful things written all over it. I was overcome with anger. I was so upset I just wanted to find out who did it. I later found out that it was a couple of the older girls who didn't like me because their boyfriends were talking to me the day before. That whole week was a living hell they harassed and teased me. I thought that I could do nothing about it. One day before I went to bed I heard this song. The song was called "Can't take that away from me.” I felt like the words and the song were about me. I related it so well I felt that Mariah Carry wrote it just for me.

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