“Otak dia di buah dada” Eh! By Wani Ardy.
I really should be finishing my reflection on the Merchant of Venice dramatization. But, being the procrastinator I am, I’ve decided to fool around with my guitar. (Don’t get any wrong ideas here.. Naughty btoi..)
After listening to Wani Ardy on T-Rex’s blog and checking out Wani Ardys’ as well, I felt the urge to play around with some chords and pen something down. I got a stupid (and that’s an understatement y’all) song, and I’ve decided to share my stupid song with all’a y’all.
They say it isn’t good to expose our aib (short-comings) to other people, but I want to let this be on record, so that I can laugh at how stupid I was when I turn 33 years old (that is, if I reach that age.. InsyaAllah..) . It will be the greatest present I could have ever given myself! XD
So that brings us to the title of this post. I’m discontent over the fact that I can’t write good songs. I can’t make good, catchy melodies. I’m jealous with Wani Ardy, Alex Turner, even Boy for being able to write songs. Huhu >___<
But I know that this is all in His plan, so Alhamdulillah I say for all that I have,and Alhamdulillah also for all that I don’t. So, boys and girls, the moral of the story is, believe in God, believe in His will, and believein Qadha and Qadar.
Everything always, ALWAYS, happens for a reason. There’s always a silver lining in every dark cloud. Who knows? If I were able to write good songs, I might be a riak (boastful) person, and that is committing a small syirik right there,
So, all together now, ALHAMDULILLAH!!
-Lyrics in the comment box.
-I was bored when I wrote this song. Plus, my prepaid had expired, so I drew inspiration from that. I guess this song goes out to all those people who texted me but didn’t get a reply.