I've noticed how, when I listen to music, I base whether I like it or not based on how I vibe with it, if you know what I mean. I find myself not really listening to the lyrics of pretty much any music besides hip hop. I kinda can't really unless I'm specifically listening to music by itself, which I'm totally not averse to, I just don't have the time to at this point in my life.
For instance, I'm listening to Eric Clapton - Unplugged on Spotify and liking it, but I've barely listened to one word of the lyrics since I've been reading and browsing here alongside. I still notice his vocals though and vibe with their sound, and I like the strum of guitar in general, so I'm liking the music, I'm "vibing" to it. I mean, I know I'm probably missing out on a bit, but hey I'd listen to the lyrics if I were in a listening session, I mean I'll hear them at some point, and it's not like I'll begin to dislike the album after hearing the lyrics.
Thoughts? Am I alone in this? Is this a bad listening habit? Just looking for some other people's 2 cents, and also wondering if I'm just crazy or if this is just common practice when multitasking with music.