Nationality of Music and Top 100 Songs


Nationality of Music and Top 100 Songs

What is love? Love is the bestower of joy and everlasting life; it is the source of happiness. It is the almighty love that predestined us to be here today as human beings. It is the greatest gift of God poured out to His children through His Son, Jesus Christ. It is love expressed by a person to another person in love, without partiality, expecting something in return, expecting love to appear; without being perplexed by what is seen or what is unseen; and having a natural affection for that person or thing (i.e., his/her person) without desire, passion, pretense, deception, trickery, or without expecting something in return.

Love is so much larger than you are sometimes. Love can invite love, however, you can’t dictate where, when, or how love expresses itself. You can either accept love or shun it, but after all, love hits you like a lightning – unpredictable and undeniable. That’s why most humans experience love in one form or another – in romantic love, family love, friendly love, sexual love, business love, and religious love.

One of the most significant functions of the brain is the region of the midline nucleus of the amygdala that is involved with affection, romance, attachment, pro-social behavior, and anxiety-related processes. It is commonly referred to as the “love cell” or the “love hormone.” This region of the brain is highly activated during moments of romantic love.

There are several major influences on the formation of romantic love. Oxytocin is released naturally when a person is in romantic love. It is released when a person is vulnerable, wanting something, or feels adored. In fact, all types of passionate love – when a person wants something desperately enough – releases a rush of Oxytocin. However, the release of Oxytocin is only important if the other person is also experiencing similar intense feelings of passion and vulnerability. However, once this initial surge of Oxytocin has subsided, the two people will not be experiencing any feelings of passion or intimacy (unless they are remembering vividly about the first date).

When the other person begins to share thoughts of love and romance, this creates a neurological response, which is then picked up by the second person through his or her own unique imprinted DNA, known as the number-one gene. The number-one gene contains the blueprint for creating copies of itself in every human being, so if we have a genetic memory (or blueprint) for love then we can create a number-one person just by marrying another person and bringing in their offspring. This explains why families often appear in history as a series of households rather than an individual family member per household. The same goes for musical geniuses – they are often born into large families, and then followed their musical genius throughout their entire lives up until the time they die.

It’s interesting to note that the official charts list only the top 40 songs in each country. There is no mention of nationality in the lists, and there is no standard size for a song or artist’s disc. In America, for example, there is no such thing as the “nationality” of a song. Various genres of music have their own unique identities in America, and the charts simply list popular songs based on which country they were originally sung. This, and the list of the top 40 hits on the official charts, makes it incredibly difficult to narrow down the list of the most popular songs in each country over a given period.