Be a Supporter!

Credits & Info

Date
12/12/2007
File Info
Song
4.7 MB
5 min 10 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
35,608 Plays | 8,844 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - General Rock
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Author Comments

First of all, I know this isn't Classical. My deepest apologies but the "Classical" section is where I belong, it just doesn't seem right to put my music elsewhere. I may stick it in the "Pop" section later... what are your feelings on this?

I would like to thank Bad_Man_Incorporated for his considerable guitar solo contribution, I can always count on him to add that extra brilliance to any piece. Thank you bud.

Here are the Lyrics my friends. I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I enjoyed making it. I've never spend so much time on a piece. But it was worth it.

Remember back when you were young
The day was always new
and so much was left undone

Back when boys and girls held hands
Sand castles in the sands
Don't you remember... awoohoo

Folded love notes in the park
Sneak out when it was dark
This was our freedom

After school in every play
Back then we'd sieze the day
Do you remember

And here lies the innocence
Of times past
Oh so long ago

I need something
Even more than
I have needed
Once before
My Childhood

Make believe
In far off lands
We'd make sand castles
in the sands
In Childhood

Maybe we've got it all wrong
And we knew love, all along
The heart of a child is so pure
Now when we say I love you
We'd better be sure

And make your experiences last
Or spend the rest of your life
Remembering the Past

(Bad_Man_Incorporated's Guitar solo)

From beauty of that first kiss
Without knowing just what love is
A Fascination

Without every knowing why
We could simply close our eyes
and we could fly

I need something
Even more than
I have needed
Once before
My Childhood

(I could fly)

Make believe (I could Fly)
In far off lands
We'd make sand castles
in the sands
In Childhood
(I could Fly)

I can see myself dreaming
I find strength in believing
That I haven't wasted any time

Close your eyes and imagine
Feel Strong in your passion
Leave your troubles and your pain behind

Reviews


Bad-Man-IncorporatedBad-Man-Incorporated

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dan..

I respect your decision to put this in classical. I pretty much, put everything I make in Heavy Metal, because that is where I live. That is where the most appreciation will come from, is your home genre. Its too bad that this got voted low, before many heard it.
Everything about it, is done with a 'professional' quality feel. Like I've said before, this is definitely a fantastic song.
It will get the recognition it deserves, very soon. Excellent job, man. And thank you so much for counting on me, once again to touch a piece of your work.
Rock on, man.\m/


MilkMan-Dan responds:

Everyone... this guy is amazing... he is an incredibley reliable artist with incredible talents.

Thanks again Buddy.


NeutralPartyNeutralParty

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this song is so inspiring

and yet makes me long for the younger days i am only 22 i know but i mean it makes me want to be 5 again... not a care in the world... not a bill to pay.... just me and my familly and the fun times i had ^_^ your music as always is awesome!. i look forward to the next one


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MilkMan-Dan responds:

Family is almost always the most important part of childhood... but I left it out... because it was never what I remembered most. But it's always different for others. Glad you liked it sir. And thankyou for the review.

MMD


A-man-named-brendanA-man-named-brendan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow

Shits off the Hook dude.


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MilkMan-Dan responds:

Haha... The first review is in folks. Thanks Man.