The Power of Music on Teenagers by Livia Webster

music-colour-splashThe only thing teenagers love most, besides food, is music. Music has teenagers on their feet dancing for hours. Even around our school campus you can find at least 50 people walking around with earphones, listening to their favorite songs. Also our ASB plays music every day. Sometimes we even have dance battles during lunch at the senior court, which are always fun to join in!

Music takes teenagers to a whole new place and that’s what music does, it has it’s own power on teenagers. Music is something that everybody has their own sense of taste in. You have Pop,  Rock n Roll, Country, R&B–any type of music you can think of! Music can send good, inspiring, or even love to your ears! It also takes us to a place where there’s no hate, just the sound of your favorite songs.

Music is very popular in school. I’ve seen students bond over their favorite songs on campus. Students can talk for hours about their favorite bands, songs, and their favorite artists. I also have seen students including myself work even harder on their classwork and homework when listening to music. Music is something that not only students at school can bond over, but also something that we can all enjoy together. Without music, we wouldn’t have school dances, which would be a bummer because Tulare Western dances are the best dances ever! Which reminds me, I hope you joined the Ice Breaker dance because it was the best one yet! But if not, don’t worry, there’s going to be more dances coming soon, and I  recommend going! Promise you, you won’t regret it!

Music is so powerful that sometimes when we hear that one good song in the morning and it’s basing it off on what our day is going to be like.

Music is our world!


2 thoughts on “The Power of Music on Teenagers by Livia Webster

  1. I really liked this article. It’s all the truth with no lies at all, now that I think about it, there are about 50 students that have their earphones on, even more but I too have earphones on at school. The point is that I love this article.


  2. I really do believe music is a big part of a teenagers life. We are all stressed out and worrying about work, but music is the one thing we can turn to to take us to another place so we can relax and forget about all of that for awhile.


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