Bobby: Do you prefer music for your feet or music for your head?
Kelly: I like both but at different times.
Kelly: I like dance music in the morning but songs with nice lyrics at night.
Bobby: We are the same then. I love to put some loud funky music on in the morning as I am getting ready for work.
Kelly: And at night I like to sing along with my favorite love songs.
Bobby: Music really does have the power to alter your moods then?
Kelly: It sure does! Music can make me melancholy or ecstatic!
Bobby: I hope that you listened to music that makes you ecstatic before work and not songs that made you sad.
Kelly: My job makes me sad anyway!
1) Lyrics: the words of a song
My memory is not good so I prefer songs with simple words.
2) Mood: the way you feel
Some days I am in a good mood but on other days my mood is so bad that even my friends run away.
3) Melancholy: feeling very sad
When I feel melancholy, I get some chocolate and curl up in bed alone.
4) Ecstatic: feeling very very happy
I was ecstatic when I heard that I had won a scholarship to study music.
Tina: Jessie! Have you seen the video for Kylie Minogue‘s new song?
Jessie: I think so. Why do you ask?
Tina: I am worried that if my boyfriend sees it, he will fall in love with her.
Jessie: Do you trust your boyfriend?
Tina: I do, but he gets infatuations for singers so easily.
Jessie: What is infatuation?
Tina: It‘s like love at first sight.
Jessie: I think the only person he is infatuated with is you!
Tina: I hope so but just to be sure, I am going to hide the remote control for the TV!