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They're still with us

I believe that MCR released this song for a farewell message when they did come to and end as MCR. When i read this, i feel that MCR is there. We all feel the same thing, pride, and sorrow. We say so long to our friends and can't help but admit that we miss them right now. If we could be with MCR we'd tell them how much we love them. I feel them holding my hand as individuals until we all leave Earth. They're truly sorry they left this way, but they had to. If we don't cry and stay strong, they'll feel truly proud of what they've done and feel no regret.

The Light Behind Your Eyes

So long to

They're still with us

I believe that MCR released this song for a farewell message when they did come to and end as MCR. When i read this, i feel that MCR is there. We all feel the same thing, pride, and sorrow. We say so long to our friends and can't help but admit that we miss them right now. If we could be with MCR we'd tell them how much we love them. I feel them holding my hand as individuals until we all leave Earth. They're truly sorry they left this way, but they had to. If we don't cry and stay strong, they'll feel truly proud of what they've done and feel no regret.

The Light Behind Your Eyes

So long to

So long and goodnight...

I don't want to say good bye to all of you. I, like many, can say you have saved my life. You've changed it. You don't have to be at rock bottom to be saved. I was just steady in the middle, watching life go by. Now, after your amazing music, I've seen more of the world and now examine life and myself too. If it weren't for you i would have been lost in a sea of political choruses in music, watching my life go by as i worried about issues i couldn't unerstand. "I'm not Okay" showed me you can just be, not okay. Everyone feels it.

Digital or Traditional?

I was just wondering about all you artists out there. I personally love to draw. I've used paper like the traditional person but I'm sort of moving into digital, like drawing on I-pads and tablets. What would all of you recommend? Which is easier? I think that digital would cut down on the time since you won't need to draw in pencil, ink it and scan it into a computer to edit it and such. then again, the pencil in your hand is the natural thing to use. I'm lost in this as of now and would like some recommendations. --Cyanide Siren