Music plays a very important role in our lives. Music is essence nature to life; therefore, people can relate to society or even be libertarians of their own actions. Victor Hugo is considered one of the greatest and best known French writers, who once said “ Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent”. Basically, Victor Hugo is emphasizing that music can just be mood or a feeling that doesn’t have to contain lyrics. Although, I can relate from my freshman year in high school, where “B-boying” also called breaking dancing was my hobby. Where I was freely expressing my feelings without fear and intentionally avoid impressing others which is very suggested to Victor Hugo’s quote, since he talked about how music doesn’t have contain lyrics and still be music with expression which can be used in dancing.“Dancing In The Moonlight” by toploader is my music choice, since it brought back so many relevant past of my lifetime such as changing my life from introvert to extrovert throughout high school life. Actually,“Dancing in the moonlight” by toploader was a music that had got me into bboying and has created a path for me throughout high school.
Throughout my first year of high school I was an humble, did not quite interact with most students. I had a very low self-esteem, most of my best friends in middle school went to
different high school. I didn’t know what to do during that time because my parents had forced me to go another high school called “Eagle Rock High”. My parents believed a high school called “John Marshall High” was a ghetto high school ;therefore, I was forced to enrolled in school called “Eagle Rock High”, I felt lonely since all my friends were gone didn’t know what to do besides staying alone and enjoying my introvert life playing video games alone. There were so many clubs to join, yet I was not interested in any of them. Then after a month of being in this school, I had met a group of dancers in my P.E class, they had never told me their names but they were really awesome after seeing them dance and their personality they had represented. So I asked them how did dancing make you feel? One guy in black shirt that looked very friendly said “...