I checked out The Chainsmokers’ video “Don’t Let Me Down” featuring Daya on October 8, 2016th–it was a pretty good track.
While listening to their song, I could identify with some of Chainsmoker’s lyrics as the dancers swayed and twisted.
“Crashing, hit a wall…So don’t let me, ” sang Daya, “don’t let me, don’t let me down.” Personally, I’ve felt like these lyrics while feeling like these dancers.
As the dancers twisted all sorts of strange and bizarre ways, it gave me a feeling of being stranded and wanting a miracle because life can be strange.
“I need a miracle. Stranded, reaching out, I call your name,” Daya quivered, “but you’re not around.” When a person is stranded, you can feel desperate as the lyrics conveyed.
Though feeling twisted and being forced to contort all sorts of ways in life, myself, I could relate to Daya’ lyrics about losing her mind.
“Losing my mind now,” cried Daya. “It’s in my head, darling, I hope.” Sometimes, one has little control in life.
These music artists and dancers have a “gift” with music. With this gift, they can capture what a person is going through and the way a person feels with the words, sound, and dance.