World Music Day honours music in all of its forms, as well as the impact it has had on the world and the human spirit. Nothing beats the sound of your favourite song playing in the background; it just consumes your mind and body and makes you move. Or perhaps music transports you to a distant place and time, where you linger in reminiscence of days gone by and people who are no longer present. Some of our favourite songs can take us out of despair and worry, making an otherwise dreadful day seem more bearable.
If you have ever put on your headphones, selected a positive song, and then waltzed down the street as though you were in a movie, you are not alone. Everyone has done it; they’re just too afraid to acknowledge it. Even on days when you don’t feel like getting out of bed, music has the power to cheer you up. This entire day is dedicated to recognising the marvels of music. World Music Day is crucial for humanity to observe the power music has over us. The next time you’re feeling down, turn up your favourite song, close your curtains, and dance about like no one is looking. You should always count on music to satisfy your soul and help you in need.
In conjunction with World Music Day, here are a few Tamil songs that you should listen to
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Music is not only a fantastic creative outlet, but it can also have many health benefits. Certain music may remind you of a pleasant moment or give you a boost of energy. According to studies, listening to music can have a variety of beneficial effects on your physical and mental health. It can greatly increase your comfort while also improving your ability to workout. Exercise has also been shown to lower anxiety, and stress levels can also be reduced by listening to calming music.
According to Elton John, what she conveys is “Music has healing power. It has the ability to take people out from themselves for a few hours” and I concur wholeheartedly. We instantly put our troubles aside and have a good time listening to music for a while. It appears to be due to how frequently we experience music, both in the real world and in our imaginations, as well as the happiness and emotional connection it fosters. Of course, we remember music because it captures who we are and how we feel.