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Friday, July 3, 2009

Kid for a moment

During the suspension of classes due to the AH1N1 outbreak I went back home to the province. It rained quite a lot and you could just sense the season changing. One Saturday (June 13, 2009) afternoon it rained really hard and I was just in my room using the internet. It poured so much I had to close my windows even though I thought it would not last long. Then minutes went by and the rain still had not stopped so I thought 'Why not play in the rain?' Last time I did that was a few years back and I just really missed it. And so I did. I just love the feeling the rain gives me when it touches my skin. It feels really therapeutic. I feel like I'm being cleansed by the heavens. Then while playing under the rain I was thinking of rain songs. First song that came to my mind was Hillary Duff's song Come Clean. The other was a part of Natasha Bedingfield's song Unwritten. Both songs somehow encapsulated my feelings at that moment (I pasted the lyrics below for reference). And oh! I took pictures too. hehehe :D yes, while it was raining.

Come Clean - Hillary Duff
Let the rain fall down
And wake my dreams
Let it wash away
My sanity
'Cause I wanna
feel the thunder
I wanna scream
Let the rain fall down
I'm coming clean,
I'm coming clean

Natasha Bedingfield - Unwritten
Feel the rain on your skin
No one else can feel it for you
Only you can let it in
No one else, no one else
Can speak the words on your lips
Drench yourself in words unspoken
Live you life with arms wide open
Today is where your book begins
The rest is still unwritten


  1. I was impressed your article. you have a good really are good song writer.

    by the way ,i have a blog,too.and in there i'm explain about Japanese history.Because i'm japanese. so please come to my blog if you have some time. besides i wanna be your friend.
    this is my address.

  2. hi you see,

    just to clarify, i did not write those songs.
    i just remembered them while i was playing in the rain.


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