[LAU] re Subconscious Affecting Music

david gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Fri Sep 3 05:52:36 UTC 2010

Louigi Verona wrote:
> "But if you simply "had to write songs" at the expense of making a 
> living, ended up living on the streets, still making songs, I think it 
> would qualify quite well as some form of insanity. I understand OCD is 
> very popular now. ;-)"
> It's not like that at all. You misunderstand. Go to my site, for 
> example, and look at the amount of albums and other projects I do, none 
> of which are done at the expense of making a living.

Then yours doesn't qualify as OCD, does it?

Please note the winking smiley in my original message.

> I do see that the idea that people just "have to write songs", as we can 
> label the principle for ease of reference, is alien to you.

No, it isn't. I started writing poetry before I was in high school. Had 
to write poetry. So I do understand it. And I've been playing music 
since I was 3.

> Perhaps, it 
> is so simply because you misunderstand. It is certainly a reality for me.

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