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I think there's more to it than that. I think there is something about the state of the brain from preteen to mid thirties that makes music especially appealing that goes away as the brain ages. I was a music addict during those years but at 56 can't really listen to any music for long without it starting to irritate me. And I haven't been busy. Seriously, not busy, so I don't think that explains it.
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