And you know that apple green ice cream Can melt in your hands. You're counting my feathers As the bells toll You see, the bow and the belt And the girl from the South All favorites of mine, You know them all well.
And Spring brings fresh little puddles. That makes it all clear, Makes it all here.
Do you know Hey, do you know, what this is doing to me, Ah But at the same time, this is who I am, for better or for worse. Nail says when he first came to grips with his depression, his wife wanted to better understand it.
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So, she'd do research online and read books on depression, wanting to get even a small idea of what was happening in his head — so she could help him. The heart of the song stems from this. That was more or less what I was saying in the song.
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One of the most frustrating aspects of going through chronic, severe depression and being able to sustain any sort of consistency, is coming to grips with the fact that there is no cure. There's things that you can do to manage it, but there's no answers and everybody's different. They are typically triggered by actually hearing a song , though they may also creep up on you when you are feeling good , or when you are in a dreamy inattentive or nostalgic state.
And they may also show up when you are stressed about having too much to think about. Also, if you have a musical background , you may be more susceptible to earworms too.
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Certain personality features also may predispose you to being haunted by a catchy tune. If you are obsessive-compulsive , neurotic anxious, self-conscious, and vulnerable , or if you are someone who is typically open to new experiences , you may be more likely to fall prey to an earworm. There is a particular characteristic of music that lends itself to becoming an earworm. In contrast to our daily speech, music typically has repetition built into it.
Can you imagine how absurd it would be if people repeated themselves in chorus? Yet, though repetition of speech is associated with childishness, regression, and even insanity, in the case of music it may signify a process that becomes pleasurable when it is understood through repetition. Also, each time music repeats , you hear something subtly different. This learning may constitute one of the positive aspects of earworms.