Snapshot Four: Music and Flashbacks for evidence
Storyteller became a commercial
success and set multiple records upon its release.
By debuting at number two on the billboard 200 chart.
Music is my life in lyrics. It is my personality. It understands me. It knows me. Music knows things about me that I never knew about. Music helps me when I am sad, frustrated, sad, and angry with someone. If I went through something that nobody can help me with. I would turn to music. Music it is always there to help. I like to listen to pop and Country music because I can relate to them in different situations that I am in. They are catchy and it makes you want to listen to the music. I find Carry Underwood very engaging because she had put aside her singing dreams for a degree in broadcast journalism, but everything changed after she auditioned for American Idol during her senior year at Northeastern State University. She won the show's fourth season in 2005 and went on to win multiple Grammy, Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music awards. In 2008, at age 26, Underwood became the youngest member of the Grand Ole Opry. She really sings about things that I can relate to and understand and that’s what makes music interesting because you don’t think people can understand things the way you do but as you listen to the lyrics you’re just relating left and right about things.
Music is like a time traveling machine; it can take you back to your first cheerleading routine, your first loss, your important event and forward to your first win and your last competition. I remember listening to the song trouble during practice while we were listening to our cheer music for the first time. We all sat on the floor we practice on and we all held hands listening, and hoping it was everything we dreamed about. It was important to me because that’s what we perform and it is what we sing during the routine to make facials without actually thinking about it.