"It's a funny thing about life; if you refuse to accept anything but the best, you very often get it."
(W. Somerset Maugham)
Mesi (try to pronounce it like "meshy" ), 30ish, from Budapest, Hungary.
Usually pretty bored during workdays. This is my escape from reality.
Music. Concerts. TV shows. Theatre. Sports. Men. Heroes of all kinds. F***ed up life. Me.
Current obsessions: Arrow, TGW, Sherlock, Community. Joel McHale. I mean, ZAC LEVI. Also, Aaron Tveit (and Sunjata and BJM whenever Graceland will be back). And please cancel Revolution so that BB can do some decent stuff.
One more thing: Lestraaaaaaade.
Yep, right, they put in Hallelujah in exchange for Bed of Roses (and yes, I realized this there at that moment). The latter being my all time favorite song ever - so I could cry whyyyyyy did you do that but… the truth is, I’m at peace with. It was a whole experience anyway (and c’mon, we got Someday I’ll Be Saturday Night and Wild is the Wind and Always and These Days and and and…). Plus, this just means I’m not gonna stop until I sing my heart out to Bed of Roses once with them! ;)
I’m not posting this because it’s such an enjoyable quality (not bad though, better than mine, actually coz I just can’t stop moving my everything at concerts:)) but because whoever took this vid must have been standing somewhere around us :)
They performed Always in the second encore… I’m still speechless.
Bands and singers may come and go or stay (I absolutely adore Snow Patrol and 1R with all my heart, you know that) but nothing and nobody will mean to me what Bon Jovi do. (Okay, Bryan comes as a very close second :))
I’ve been listening to their songs ever since I was such a little girl I didn’t really know what fangirling was. My love for them is beyond everything fangirly. It’s all about my genuinely pure love for their music and for what I feel when I listen to their music. I’ve been basically breathing them in, ever since I know what music was…
I had to wait more than 15 years for my chance to see them live and now I just can’t put it into words. I don’t think if any concert experience of mine will ever be able to top this one. Except for, fingers crossed, another Bon Jovi-night.