TGIF (11)-Musical Stories

TGIF is a weekly feature every Friday hosted by Ginger at GReads, to re-cap the week’s posts, and answer a question of the week. Feel free to join!

This Week’s question: Musical Stories: If you could read a book about any song, which song would you love to see written down in story form?

I think that the song Monster by Paramore would be interesting if it was turned into a book. Not only do I love that song, but just thinking where the author could take it, what the story would be like is something I’d definitely like to see.

Here’s the lyrics:

You were my conscience
so solid now you’re like water
and We started drowning
not like we’d sink any further
but I let my heart go
it’s somewhere down at the bottom
but I’ll get a new one.
come back for the hope that you’ve stolen

I’ll stop the whole world
I’ll stop the whole world
from turning into a monster, and eating us alive
Don’t you ever wonder how we’d survive?
well now that you’re gone the world is ours

I’m only human
I’ve got a skeleton in me
but I’m not the villain
despite what you’re always preaching
they Call me a traitor
I’m just collecting your victims
They’re getting stronger,
and I hear them calling

I’ll stop the whole world
I’ll stop the whole world
from turning into a monster, and eating us alive
Don’t you ever wonder how we’d survive?
well now that you’re gone the world is ours

well you found strength but solutions I liked the tension
And not always knowing the answers when you’re gonna lose it, you’re gonna lose it.

I’ll stop the whole world
I’ll stop the whole world
from turning into a monster, and eating us alive
Don’t you ever wonder how we’d survive?
well now that you’re gone the world

I’ll stop the whole world
I’ll stop the whole world
from turning into a monster, eating us alive
Don’t you ever wonder how we’d survive?
But now that you’re gone the world is ours

Reviews:

Babe in Boyland by Jody Gehrman
Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross

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