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So this is the first time I’ve ever done this. I’ve gone back and forth between doing this because these songs mean so much to me. But I figured I’d go ahead and give it a shot anyways. Today I’ll be sharing one of my favorite songs and how it affects me. I hope you all enjoy and may relate to either the song or me on some level. Let me know in the comments below if you want me to do more posts like this! Thanks so much!

Bones (feat. OneRepublic)

Galantis, 2019

LYRICS

Woah, woah

You bring an energy I’ve never felt before
Some kind of chemical that reaches through my core
Feels like as far as you and me, I’ve never had a choice
You feel like home, hmm
You’re like the opposite of all of my mistakes (Hey)
Tear down the biggest walls and put me in my place
I know, that kind of comfortable you cannot replicate
You feel like home, hmm

So if you’re asking me
Say, “Oh, how do you know?”
I don’t just feel it in my heart
Don’t just feel it in my heart, no

I feel it in my bones
I feel it in my bones
And I know when it cuts deep down
Through your chest into your soul
That’s how you know, that’s how I know
I feel it in my bones (Hey)

(Hey)
And I know when it cuts deep down
Through your chest into your soul (Hey)
That’s how you know, that’s how I know
I feel it in my bones

So many people just walk in and out your life (Hey)
I’d trade a couple hundred just to get some time back, that’s right
‘Cause for you and me, I got no alibi
You feel like home, oh

So if you’re asking me
Sayin’, “Oh, how do you know?”
I don’t just feel it in my heart
Don’t just feel it in my heart, no

I feel it in my bones
I feel it in my bones, yeah
And I know when it cuts deep down
Through your chest into your soul
That’s how you know, that’s how I know
I feel it in my bones

I feel it in my bones (Hey)
Yeah, I feel it in my bones (Hey)
Oh, that’s how you know, that’s how I know

So if you’re asking me
Said, “Boy, how do you know?”
I don’t just feel it in my heart
Don’t just feel it in my heart, no

I feel it in my bones (Hey)
I feel it in my bones, yeah (Hey)
And I know when it cuts deep down
Through your chest into your soul (Hey)
That’s how you know, that’s how I know
I feel it in my bones

I feel it in my bones (Hey)
Yeah, I feel it in my bones (Hey)
Oh, that’s how you know, that’s how I know
I feel it in my bones

MY FEELINGS

I’ll be honest this song is one of my favorites. Out of all the songs on my phone I’ve listened to this one the most. I’ve listened to it on repeat for days on end. I know the whole song by heart: every single word every single tone, pitch, and note. I may not be able to sing well, but I can get in harmony with the song almost perfectly. I’ve sung this song with so much passion because I relate to it so much. It hits my core and shakes me violently. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve almost been brought to tears because of this song, and it takes a lot to make me cry. I’ll be honest I relate to all the lyrics — every single last one. To me, the song is describing what I feel. I have a feeling that’s so powerful I can barely contain. It’s like the song it’s not just in my heart it’s in my bones. It reaches to my core. It’s a feeling that I didn’t have a choice. It’s a feeling that cuts deep, deep, deep down in my chest into my soul. It’s a feeling that has brought me to my knees. It has ripped my heart to shreds and yet holds me together. It is a feeling that sends fire through my body. As I sing this song, it’s like I’m an open book, like I’m laying every part of me out. I can feel the hair on my whole body stand up. When I get to the first part where it says, “So if you’re asking me…” I’m legit done. It’s like my heart melts, explodes, and implodes all at the same time. I feel light as a feather and burning as hot as the sun. Like my whole body was blown up and slammed back together in a thunderclap. Like I was thrown underwater and held there until I finally broke through, and fresh air rushes back into my lungs. I literally can’t put into words the amount of passion and emotion I feel. Even right now, as I write this and listen to the song, I can feel these emotions raging inside of me, trying desperately to break free. My voice sounds different as I sing. A voice filled with passion and pain. Joy and sorrow. Many mixed emotions all poured out into a single song. As every single word is sung and poured out, I hang on to each one. Like an art guiding the words to their resting place, I sing with all I have. With all the emotion and feeling I have, I pour out into each word. And as each word passes my body pulses with building energy. When I’ve reached the climax, it’s like a tornado is released. Like being in the eye of the storm is what it’s like for me at that point. It’s like the world slows, my heartbeat quickens, I start to sweat from the pure passion I’ve just poured out. My eyes water from the strain of fighting back the emotions. And then the song is over. The words have stopped, yet the storm rages on. Then the song begins again. On repeat just like the emotions. Never ceasing, yet always building. A never-ending roller coaster.

Each time I sing the song, I get more and more passionate and powerful until I can no longer sing. Then at that point, I sit in silence and dwell on the words. They don’t hit me like they do when I sing them. Maybe because saying words have so much power. Idk. I’ll be honest I didn’t expect this to be so long. This song brings up much joy and sadness, yet I’m able to release them through the song. It brings me to a level of emotion I don’t usually reach. The song rocks my very soul. I know I got intense right there, but that’s because this song has cut me insanely deep.

Anyway, I hope you all enjoyed seeing why this song means so much to me! I hope you enjoy the song as much as I do! Till next time, peace! And God Bless!!

~~~ INFJ Mickey

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