MIXTAPE: It was just gravity...

Friday, February 17, 2012


My second mix is to all those who have broke their hearts just recently, from break ups to almost lovers, and to those who have yet need to move on. I also made this mix for my best friend.

"It was just gravity..." is a line from a Filipino poetry in English. The poem was about hurting and heart breaks. The poet used this line to substitute the term 'crying' to make it more dramatic. The meaning look deep and full of emotions. My professor even joked about it. He told us that when someone saw you, asked you if you are crying and if you are okay, answer him/her it was just gravity (that pulled your tears). Very dramatic right?

The songs I chose for this mix are heart-breaking and somewhat, tear-jerkers. One of them might even make you teary-eyed. Go on, and cry hard but after this, shed no tears and love yourself more. You just need time to ponder and stay sober from heartaches. I also included songs that shows hope because there is and you should hold on to that.

Sing your hearts out and enjoy the mix!

PS. Let Me Fall by Bethany Joy Galleoti was supposed to be a part of this mix but I wasn't able to locate the song in Grooveshark. Apparently, the song was not released.

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