1. thereisonly14 answered: Bruce Springsteen sucks.
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    Bruce Springsteen’s keynote address at SXSW
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  4. brincamadera answered: Music is a beautiful manipulation of the air around us so, that others can get a sense of the emotions we want to share.
  5. shittobiassays answered: music means to me a (healthy) escape from reality
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    Wish I could have been there.
  9. keyonnastewart answered: not to be all cliche but… music is a voice that sheds light on triumph, struggle, and pretty much anything we feel, see, and want to share.
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  14. gianleonardoisinnocent answered: Noise to drown the sex sounds.
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    i think it’d do us all some good to be able to admit we suck at something.
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  19. clevercaliber answered: Music still means the rebellion.
  20. kindanotblue answered: Everything.
  21. camilarecchio answered: A universal language that can effect your conscious and subconscious mind powerful ways we have yet to fully understand. The purest blessing.
  22. palonka answered: everything……(not to quote Almost Famous) but yes, everything. memories, feelings, friendshipd, travel, and experiences i would never had
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  26. snmnsworld answered: music inspires, uplifts, reflects, affects, and translates emotions in my heart and in my soul
  27. come-downstairs answered: Music means memories and beautiful social bonds.
  28. ghostofdragon answered: Music is the only way that people can express words they are constantly groping for. It’s the expression of what can’t be said simply.
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