13. Even the Brave Depend on Someone – SADIM Day #6 = #Blog4MH

Song Choice:

Walk You Home by Karmina

Video:

Chosen Lyrics:

“Slow down, what’s on your mind?
It’s alright, I’m on your side
I hate to see your injury, I wish that you could transfer all
Your pain to me
Stay here, it’s ok to cry
Let me, help you make it right
Let’s turn up a radio, let the bands remind you that you’re not
Alone
We all get low

Even the brave may depend on someone
The moon only shines with the help of the sun”

Relation:

I was actually going to cover another song by this band (which I do below) first but I just, within minutes, stumbled upon this one above and knew I had to make it the first mentioned piece. I really just like the idea of walking someone home or even walking them to help and being there for them and reminding them that they aren’t alone and that someone (even many people) are rooting for them. 🙂 It also reminds me of a poem I wrote for a friend once, if I can remember to, I will upload it on here later this weekend. 🙂 It was a similar concept.

I also like the reassurances and the mention of listening to songs where other people describe their pain or their hopes–it’s amazing what music can do for us and it’s kind of weird to think about when you take a step back and consider it. Hehe.

Here’s the first song I found by them and was actually going to feature first until I found the one above.

Song:

All The King’s Horses by Karmina

Video:

Chosen Lyrics:

“I knock the ice from my bones, try not to feel the coldAll the kings horses and all the kings men couldn’t put me back together again. Blind but I’m still aliveThere is a reason I’m still standing.”

I just really like this song 🙂 I’ll have to update you guys on whether it helps me when I’m struggling and I listen to it. 🙂

Sorry this post is a little rushed, I want to make sure I do a post today and my Mom and I are heading out to go to some adoption events today! 😀

I’ll be back later for some posts! 🙂 ❤

 

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