(#) CoffeeAddictForLife 2013-01-14Could not agree more. Beautiful piece, which I really relate to. I find it all to easy to press 'next' when it comes to MCR, as I find myself shying away sometimes because I know how it will evoke emotions I normally repress; yet I'll never stop listening. And that, to me, is the sign of truly talented artists.
(#) killjoy_blackrose 2013-01-15just exactly the way i feel. only that i discovered mcr when i succeded in killing my true self and i was just working on the finishing touches of some kind of shell to hide the nothing that was inside me when mcr came and just knocked me straight off my feet only to let me regenerate properly and give me courage to be who i really am and show what i love. i'll never be able to thank them enough and i'm reminded of why i love them whenever i hear one of their songs. when life gets hard i feel like a can't bear listening to them while at the same time i really need to. and if i do then i'm feeling a bit better afterwards...that's just the passion and honesty that's withing their songs...they mean what they say.
god i should stop babbling./.
(#) LanaKrueger 2013-01-25Thank you for this, it was much needed. I feel like MCR is my 'home', because home doesn't have to be a house where you live, I think it exists somewhere in our minds. MCR's music makes me feel safe and appreciated, like I can do anything I want to & I can be whoever I want to be. To be honest, I neglected them in the last few months, but I guess sometimes we have kind of "run away" and wander around, because when you return home, you appreciate it even more.
Aw sorry, I got a bit emotional, I didn't mwan to ramble!
PS I'll read all of your updates soon, my exam period [aka 2 months of unbearable stress and 3 hours of sleep per night] is finally over, so I have time to read yay!
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