Presentation on theme: "When Music Leaves a Permanent Mark Melody Wilson."— Presentation transcript:
When Music Leaves a Permanent Mark Melody Wilson
“Collide” by Howie Day
“Home” by Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
“Black Rose” by Trapt Lyrics that remind us of lessons learned are often chosen by tattoo enthusiasts. A Lesson Learned
“For those about to rock” by ACDC A Memory Listening to a song over a speaker system can be an experience on its own. However, there are very few things that can compare to hearing that same song live in concert. This is why many people choose to incorporate the dates of these concerts into their tattoos.
“All you need is love” by The Beatles
“Skinny Love” by Bon Iver More than “One” There are some songs that have more than one lyric that leaves an impact.
“Brick by Boring Brick” by Paramore
“The boy who blocked his own shot” By Brand New No Language Barriers An example of lyrics that can transcend the language barriers. “You are the blood in my veins” has been translated into Italian
“Waste of Paint” by Bright Eyes
Not Simply a song, but the Artist There are times when one lyric, or even just one album cannot properly represent an artists influence over another life. In cases such as these it becomes an image of the artist or a symbol of them that becomes the content for many tattoos. Bob Marley
“Transatlanticism” by Death Cab for Cutie
“I Will Follow You into the Dark” by Death Cab For Cutie