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Humans of SD – Chloe Garcia

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Humans of SD – Chloe Garcia

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“I heard of this thing called synesthesia, and it’s when people can see music when they hear music. I think I’ve always felt really envious to the people who have that, like Lorde. Lorde’s music is iconic and when you really listen to the lyrics and how it relates to the music behind it, it’s like an otherworldly experience. When I can listen to a song and really enjoy it, I can forget who I am and where I am for a moment. No colors. Just being able to feel the music. Appreciating music is something I’m really good at? And when the people around me can’t do the same, it infuriates me because how can they not understand how important a two-second bass riff is in a song?”

Chloe Garcia, Senior

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