I wish I played a musical instrument
When I was young I inherited a set of drums from my cousin. I used to like banging on them when we visited his place. I used to like keeping rhythm through drums but that never took off knowing how to play them, because the drum set was in a family room (like a second living room) that easily echoed through the house. My dad hates noise, even if his office is two floors above and on another side of the house, so I always felt discouraged from playing them.
A few times I tried piano but never had a consistent teacher to help me get over the hurdle of learning music notes and reading sheet music. One teacher was my aunt who brought it up sporadically despite many frequent family functions. Another was a few weeks of lessons from a teacher at my high school but we barely played in class. Just filled out a paperback workbook like it was a juvenile assignment.
Harmonica was picked up briefly, mostly as a joke, but did come with a lesson book. Couldn't control my breathing well enough and to which slots to play properly. Though I know the difference of inhale notes and exhale notes.
Bongo drums were given to me as a gift one year but no instruction. I play them occasionally but still can't replicate songs that use them.
And last I can think of, every so often I think bass would be a nice fit for me as I do pay attention to basslines of songs very often, just like rhythm on the drums. I never played or owned a bass, and guitars in general intimidate me on their use of grid-like coordinates for notes on the neck and strings when strumming.
In short, I love music but I can't play it. I'm a failure.