Monday, June 24, 2013

The Ear Wormery

I'm not the sort of person
Who falls in and quickly out of love
But to you I gave my affection
Right from the start
I have a lover who loves me
How could I break such a heart
Yet still you get my attention

Why do you come here
When you know I've got troubles enough
Why do you call me
When you know I can't answer the phone
You make me lie when I don't want to
And you make someone else some kind of an unknowing fool
And you make me stay when I should not
Are you so strong or is all the weakness in me
Why do you come here
And pretend to be just passing by
But I mean to see you
And I mean to hold you

Feeling guilty worried
Waking from tormented sleep
Oh this old love has me bound
But the new love cuts deep
If I choose now I'll lose out
Oh one of you has to fall
And I need you and you  

Chances are, you've fallen victim to — pesky songs or melodies that get stuck in your head and just won't get out. Research suggests that there may be psychological reasons why some songs are more likely to stick, including memory triggers, emotional states and even stress. Some researchers hope to better understand why this happens and figure out what, if anything, music memory can teach psychologists about how to treat patients dealing with memory loss.
Woke up on the right side of my bed with this jam in my head. It aint the first time. I like Kesha White.



  1. There times when I think Its only me who gets gripped on a song--I am not alone. I have even just learn a new word. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I had to start turning off that Thrift Store song as it would bury its claws deep into my cerebellum at each hearing. And I like the song but it was uncontrollable so had to go away.

  3. I wonder the brains can be up to stinging songs in it without permitting them.

    Thanks good people for your comments