I have no shame in saying that, Adele can make a grown man like myself sob like a little baby. With the release of Adele’s new song, “Hello,” she has been getting all sorts of rave and rambunctious reviews. There has been a collection of positive vibes through plenty of different buzz feeds from press, radio, youtube, and social networking sites. You may ask what makes our review different? Well I’m a 250 pound Ogre(ish) looking, middle aged man who can grow a beard thicker than your grandpa’s back hair. Truth be told, Adele makes me hotter than a teenage girl’s hormones at a Justin Bieber concert!
I will say this song will make you reminisce of those times watching that scene in “Saving Silverman” where Neil Diamond is playing: “Hello Again.” It’s kind of ironic and maybe she’s calling Neil out, who knows? While in the background you’re sitting there saying… Ikr? (I know right)Adele’s beautifully hidden messages (between the other hidden messages… confusing) brings my masculinity to a pure slop fest; not to mention Neil Diamond. I love anything that reminds me of Neil Diamond!
I hear the new song is about Adele being in some weird twisted loveless role reversal? Talk about being stuck in a Bermuda Triangle of mental health issues! Adele, baby, you’ve done it again. I can totally connect. First off, lets start with this hot mess of a disaster. You start describing that you used to call your ex-lover hundreds of times. All the while you were wishing they would take you back while they wouldn’t. I got you, girl! Check!
Next, take the story of your song down a few years. Now you’re slab dab in the middle of a pure onslaught of lover’s revenge… Love is out to get you Adele. I can feel it! You now have an ex-lover calling you hundreds of times and you won’t take him back! What the deal is, Adele? I don’t understand that as I’ve never had this luxury of karma in my life… but your songs definitely cover enough lost love for three (maybe four…five) lifetimes.
Why can’t you just pick up the damn phone Adele? Don’t you know that mental health issues breed mental health issues? As your roles are certainly reversed I think this is what you’d call an emotional pickle…Give this guy some credit to at least memorize your number! I can’t even remember my wife’s phone number and we’ve been together longer than any of your romances…
I do find the the letter you dedicated to the song via social media rather heart-wrenching, in a evil fetish sort of way. I used to miss all of the things from my past as well until I grew out of it. It didn’t happen overnight Adele, but give yourself some time to heal! I will give you this though: You’re right that life is a continual process of getting to know one’s self. The fact of it is–that with my recovery–I truly had to work on myself.
If I was a recording artist of your stature I would have had the breakup album you made a career off of as well! If I were you I’d be missing things from my past and writing about them as if they were still here. The problem with all that is, they aren’t still here.
The past can truly come out to haunt us in our darkest of times. I see how you may be struggling and I feel for you! Being in the public eye at all times doesn’t make things easy. But through all of your success your lyrics are like a blog, where we are your readers. We’ve read every tragedy you’ve given us. I find that living in the past is wishing something would come back when all that I really know is it: I never will. I see that you do, too. Adele, you’re a genius as another tear strolls down my face:
“I miss everything about my past, the good and the bad, but only because it won’t come back.”
Your words are spoken in their truest of forms but lived like the Queen you are. Again, don’t tell my wife that I’m virtually flirting with you while sniffling into a Kleenex! You make me want to have a night with my friend’s chamomile tea and rocky road ice cream. Tom Hanks, I will be your sleepless in Seattle tonight.
The words hit all too close for my lustrous teenage-hood. But if anything, I am glad I don’t give into my past anymore. Turning 25, getting married, and settling down has done me wonders. I only pray that through all of this hoopla you see that I really do care Adele… just pick up the damn phone! I know it’s easier said than done, but we must all find forgiveness in our hearts for things left unsaid and things left undone. If we don’t find forgiveness, our mental health will only come back to haunt us. This is the true premises of your song and letter. I think this is a call to action for you Adele… it’s time to let go.
In the only way we can be, We Are Not Voiceless, and maybe it’s time for you to speak out on the injustice you’ve felt in your life in a more positive manner. As our motto here goes stay “Positive as F*ck,” Adele, and don’t let this tear you down. You’ve got millions of fans rooting for you and I will say it once again: speak out Adele, but in a positive way. Set the positive as f*ck example for mental health and join us here at We Are Not Voiceless.
I believe in you. You can do this. You have our support!
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