We are all guilty of having mood swings. Whether we admit it or not, we all have them. It’s called a “mood” and these mood swings are just as common as the rest of them.
It’s easy to see why we have mood swings. We’re always feeling something. When you’re a teenager you’re always looking for a new outlet to express your emotions, but it’s difficult to know how to get them out. The internet makes it easier though, because there are so many places to share your mood swings, you could post a video or put on a performance.
I think there is something to be said about the fact that people who are moody are usually people who like to do something creative. Thats not to say you cant have a good time without alcohol, but I think its healthier to have your mood swings without alcohol. It should be noted that drinking alcohol is not the only way to have a good time, there were plenty of other artists that were drinking in the 80s, like George S. Patton.
I know of people who were in the 80s and still drink but they were more artistic types. Some people need to look at the music they listen to, and see what kind of mood it is in.
The mood swings, in particular, seem to be a recurring theme in the 80s. I remember a girl friend of mine who lived in the 80s and was a huge fan of the Who. She had a lot of mood swings in her life, she was a huge fan of The Cure. She had a big-time mood swing in the 80s, she was a huge fan of The Smiths. She was a huge fan of The Doors.
I guess the Smiths, Cure, Doors, and Who were just artists who went through phases or something, but my friend was a mood swings all the way through. I think if we were to see those artists in a mood, we would all be in a mood. I think all of us have had a change of mood in one way or another.
I recently realized that my mood is a completely different color than my mood. It’s really hard for me to explain that. It’s not something I can just write on a piece of paper and say, “This is what it looks like.” It’s just something that is so completely different than what I am. We are all born with a baseline of happiness and a baseline of sadness. I am sad, but I am also happy. I am happy, but I am also sad.
This is the hardest thing to explain. It’s not that you are different from anyone else, it’s just that you’re not really sure why. When something truly bad happens in your life, you can’t explain your mood swings. You can try to rationalize that the bad thing you are experiencing is part of how you are supposed to feel, but you know deep down it doesn’t make sense.
The reason is twofold: Firstly, it does a lot of the explaining. You dont understand the reason for that. Secondly, you dont understand the why and what about the why of this. This is why we often go so far as to explain something as a matter of example. You dont understand why life is this way. This is why we can’t explain why things are not what they seem. This is why we do everything we can to explain things.
In the mood-swing genre, the lyrics often play a secondary role. Many have told me that it’s all about the mood, not the lyrics, and that the lyrics are “merely” an “afterthought.” But that isn’t why you’re here. The lyrics aren’t the reason you’re here. They’re there merely to provide an excuse to explain what you’re about to do.