where this quote is from or exactly how it goes, but it was about how love is like a song that gets interrupted by some other noise but you’re still singing it and when you can hear the song again you’re in the right place of the song.
and that is one of the most beautiful ways i can ever remember love being described. to imply that its a song you know and memorize enough that another noise, interruption, or time in your relationship when things aren’t perfect, that in the end it doesn’t matter. that you love them in a way that is consistant. least thats what it means to me. least that is how i know it to be true.
that if there was anything i could give you, i would give it to you, to have her back in my arms, to feel her breathing and trying to continuously match it. anything you want, for all that i need. i talked to my friend on the phone while laying in the driveway, because my parents are camping, hardly having much a conversation and not really paying attention but then it was like i was a deer in headlights when he asked me if i was over you since i bring you up so much. and all i kept thinking was how unsure i was when i said i think so.
i’m just wondering if anybody else believes that we are assigned a number in our life that repeats itself over, and over? a number that ends up feeling like our number and nobody elses? or maybe we share it. share it with someone we love. maybe our love makes us a number. my numbers 22.
love, is a lot more than just butterflies in your stomach. love is when you would die for that person, and more importantly when you mean that. love is selfless. love is what i felt in an airport with my eyes closed, love is something you think you understand, but you will never understand it. love consumes you like wildfire. and this is not quoted from anything, i am simply thinking.
“The night was young and so were we
Talked about life, God, death, and your family
Didn’t want any promises,
Just my undivided honesty, and you said”—anberlin; rj and i laid in my driveway tonight and literally talked about life, God, death, and our families.
so at arbys we play music without lyrics in the lobby. it plays, for the most part, well known songs, but today for some reason i will never know that song Sunny by Bobby Hebb came on. and thats the song that i sang for you that one time on stickam and it made you laugh and really i just missed you the whole day and theres no reason to even write this but idk what else to do with these feelings.
“Today, my ex got dumped by his girlfriend. Seeing my opportunity I sent him a song I wrote for him about how much I still love him. He sent it on to the girl who had just dumped him claiming he had written it. They are back together.”—FML