【累了聽的歌】《我心中尚未崩壞的部分》

[Tired Songs] "The Part of My Heart That Has Not Broken"

"The Part of My Heart That Has Not Broken" is one of the author's favorite Cantonese songs in 2021. After listening to it, it can make people feel that even if the world is bad, we can rely on the part of our heart that has not yet broken down through infinite setbacks and move towards light the side. The singer-songwriter Huang Yan sang the hope and strength that Wang Leyi and Zhou Yaohui injected into the lyrics with a textured and warm voice.

"Even if my whole body is sad, at least one inch hasn't changed."

We are well aware that sometimes positive encouragement such as "Come on" and "It's okay" doesn't always work. This song presents a very realistic positive energy, after all, we are not living in a utopia. The process depicted in the song acknowledges the collapse of the world, but also firmly believes that the part of our heart that has not collapsed can lead us to look directly at and confront the ugly state of the world.

Regardless of work, society, family and relationships, the traumas that have occurred in life are unavoidable, and we are indeed scarred by them, but the way to deal with these wounds is a subject we need to learn. "Even if you are tired, you can live well." As long as we are breathing and there are things in the world that can make us happy, we are naturally motivated to move on.

If you feel very tired recently and have doubts about yourself and your life, you can listen to this song, scrutinize the full power of the words, and feel the positive energy in the song that admits to the collapse of the world. All kinds of pains and setbacks in life, embrace every imperfection, find the light in life.

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【Tired songs to listen to】

No matter how tired we are, there are always melody, lyrics, sounds and other musical elements that can make us forget the tiredness and worries accumulated every day. So we hope to recommend some local songs suitable for you to listen to when you are "tired", share some warm music with you, and hope to bring some strength through this.

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