What Songs Describe You? (Spring Break Assignment)

When it comes to finding a song that truly describes who we are, it can be a difficult task. After all, how can we sum up our complex personalities, life experiences, and current problems in just a few minutes of music? However, those who resonate with the song “Indifferent” by Stemo, they may have found the perfect anthem to describe themselves. 

At its core, “Indifferent” is a song about feeling disconnected from the world around us. It speaks to those who have experienced the pain of feeling like they don’t quite fit in or belong. The lyrics are raw and honest, with lines like “I’m indifferent, I’m not like them / I’m a misfit, I don’t pretend” that perfectly capture the feeling of being on the outside looking in. But what sets “Indifferent” apart from other songs about feeling disconnected is the sense of empowerment that comes with it. Rather than wallowing in self-pity, the song encourages listeners to embrace their uniqueness and stand proud in who they are. As the chorus declares, “I won’t change for anyone / I’ll stay true to who I am / I won’t bow down, I won’t give in / I’ll stand tall and I’ll win.” 

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2 Responses to What Songs Describe You? (Spring Break Assignment)

  1. YINELDI DIAZ says:

    I agree, picking a song that describes you is hard, some people don’t even know who they are as a person. But there are times where you just relate a song to a moment in your life and just have this feeling of nostalgia every time it comes on.

  2. It’s very hard to find one song that describes you, it’s even harder to describe yourself. Finding yourself is like a journey that you go on throughout your life, and even then I still feel like you wouldn’t be able to accurately describe yourself. I feel like you can’t really attach yourself to just one song, as you grow up, things change, and songs you used to like a lot, change. Will definitely give this song a listen.

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