Where wild minds come to rest
I often have this daydream scenario where I play a song in my head, and imagine a suitable
theme to it. Usually, I play Tool's No Quarter, and the video I imagine is pretty much depressing, violent, and morbid. Each time I replay it in my head, I only change little details to perfect it, but
the main theme never changes. Anyone else.. ?
@Sammy Nusair I do this all the time. Music has been a way for me to cope since I was a toddler. It took no time at all for me to start creating music videos in my head to certain songs. Then of course I daydream up full dance numbers to certain beats. Mine can range from solemn, happy, inspirational, angry, etc, but I love daydreaming up music videos because every time I have those its an expression of how I am feeling. They always play off of my emotions. I do have songs, beats that stay the same like my other daydreams, I keep these music videos with me to play them out when ever I need to. Sometimes the music can change a bit, but i know what you mean when you say the main theme never changes this is so true. I don't know if anybody else is like this. but every time I hear music/beat I see dancing, videos, acting, or emotions?? I listen to music every single day different genres and languages so they spark a visual every time, even music that I am hearing for the first time. Really I can't stop myself, that is why I can not listen to music in public, at least not for long, because I will start to act out physically whatever visual the music/beat is giving me. I am a writer and at times I take the visuals I see from music and develop lyrics, and songs from them.
Impressive, I can relate to that :o
Thanks, that is comforting to know, I am glad that someone else can relate to this :) I am sure your music video daydreams are quite impressive as well. @Sammy Nusair do you still have these music video daydreams? How often do you have them?
Oh yes I did it too. Although I'd rather like 'negative lyric' or 'hoping for good lyric but with bad ending' because it's more depressing than death. So much video like that, and few of them become sad even death theme.