About MusicMagic

We created this website in order to facilitate discussion about how to use music in a positive way to improve our lifes.  In general we believe that the more that people intentionally choose and use positive musice, the happier they will be.  We also are exploring how music sets an effective background at work, stores and in the commununity.  We invite you to join us as we leave comments about each of the various articles that are reproduced here.

In particular we are looking for ways to help people better incorporate music into their lives.  We are now able to program our own “playlists” for our computers and I-pods.  It is vital that you listen to music that improves your health and well-being.   In particular, we feel that the song lyrics can have a major impact on our moods, motivations, and overall quality of life.  Learn more by reading the articles collected here.  Enjoy music – the soundtrack of your life!!


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  1. I like to think about the songs that I genuinely identify with. For instance, if someone asked me to sum myself up in a song or sum up a part of my life with a song, what song would it be?

    What would your life theme song be?

    Generally speaking I don’t like songs about being miserable because of lost love or ones that encourage feeling victimized because of the way someone else treated you.

    Why listen to Kelly Clarkson’s “Because of You” or LeAnne Rhymes “How Do I Live?” if you could listen to Clarkson’s “A Moment Like This” or something else that’s uplifiting.

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