…oh how i long for the deep sleep dreaming
the goddess of imaginary light…
There used to be a time when i listened to nothing else except the songs by Evanescence..everything else seemed fake and immature. now that i think about it..i seem to immature to myself. but i still cannot deny the fact that it had a power over all my senses. it still does. the lyrics of the song get me..but what is more appealing to me is Amy lee and her voice.
since the time i was introduced to the “band culture” all i ever saw was a group of people singing songs and all, and i really mean ALL of them were males..! and then i bumped into Evanescence and i was revealed to a goddess. Amy Lee the vocalist and co-founder of the band.
another thing that struck a cord was the fact that she was not thin..! she is voluptuous and sexy in her own comfortable way. those smoky eyes and bright lips would always make my heart go “i want..!!”
but i haven’t mentioned the thing which is the real reason of her being a goddess~her voice. that husky, heavy voice rocked any song she sang..whatever it is, you could certainly not call it TYPICAL..!!
the themes of their song are so relatable. yes to many people it might seem morbid and frustrated, but who in their life don’t go through such phases ??
there is a song by them called “together again”. everytime i hear it..i lose contact with my self and really think of what would happen if lose the ones i loved the most.
my personal favourite is “my immortal”..it is one of their best songs i feel..so true and so beautiful. initially i always used to cry when the song ended..the magnitude of it is not understandable if one doesn’t dive deep to learn the meaning. i found that exciting. to interpret the song in different manners.i am writing a few lines from the song, the best ones..
These wounds won’t seem to heal, this pain is just too real
There’s just too much that time cannot erase
When you cried, I’d wipe away all of your tears
When you’d scream, I’d fight away all of your fears
And I held your hand through all of these years
But you still have all of me