I take that quote as a particular song that has a lot of value and meaning in your life. Say for instance I listen to a song called "Human" by Krewella occasionally - and believe me this song is never old. Reason being that the song talks about being alone, feeling worthless, wanting to escape and believing what other people tell you. Throughout my whole life I have literally been told by other people how I should act and behave and if I make a mistake I'm isolated as punishment and beaten down with negative comments. Listening to this song makes me feel a lot of emotions that I've never felt before and I come back to it everytime whenever I'm feeling like this. It reminds me that I'm not alone and other people feel like this too; It reminds me that I have to maintain focus in what I want to do in life and leave people behind that make me feel worthless. With a song that holds a lot for significance in your life and meaning is never expired.
I've always liked the songs that were played during my childhood. Those never get old, even though I hardly listen to them anymore.
A few examples: Boulevard of Broken Dreams Simple Man (Both versions - Lynyrd's and Shinedown's) Every Rose Has It's Thorn by Poison Under The Bridge by Red Hot Chili Peppers Fleetwood Mac (my mother loves their songs) One Last Breath by Creed
That was more than a few, but I can't help it... That was my childhood. Those songs will NEVER expire in my heart, even though I don't listen to them anymore.
Foxy Lady. Hendrix!!! Cry Baby. Janis Joplin Maryjanes last dance. Tom Petty Folsom Prison Blues. Johnny Cash Help from my Friends. Joe Cocker Crazy. Patsy Cline Roadhouse Blues The doors Sitting on the dock of the bay. Ottis tredding And of corse... California Love.. Tupac
This is nearly 500 years old, mature polyphonic style of the Franco-Flemish school, and one of the three most famous and influential musicians in Europe at the end of the 16th century (the other two being Palestrina and Victoria):