Last weekend, I was reading this article called The Surprising Science Behind What Music Does To Our Brains and it seemed pretty interesting. maybe it's nothing really new but you know it's always good to confirm what you have already believed.
And then Sunday afternoon while we're getting ready for lunch, we were also listening to some songs and here is the interesting part that I'm going to quote from the article:
"Something else that’s really interesting about how our emotions are affected by music is that there are two kind of emotions related to music: perceived emotions and felt emotions."
Remember I just read this article on Saturday night and while we're listening to these songs in order.
When my wife told me to "change that music", it was really making me feel sad (blue, blue, blue) and something clicked in my head. I love this kind of music, the kind that delivers sad things. I love to be able to feel the emotions while only listening to a song but not in real flesh and bone (you know what I mean) but in the other hand my wife finds it hard to do that and obviously it's not the first time that she asks me to change the music for the same reason.
If you have spare time or any interests for the article, it is good enough for us to have a nice talk with the people around us and find out what kind of person we are based on our musical preferences.
P.S. Thanks @rossi1911 for your help in this post, without it wouldn't bee "the same"