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Date
03/03/2009
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Song
1.8 MB
1 min 21 sec
Score
4.35 / 5.00

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Little fantasy tune with bits of folk motives, peaceful and melodic.

Reviews


ArcticfangArcticfang

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good yet familiar...

It is a good song, very lilting and somewhat innocuous. However, every time I hear it the first part makes my mind immediately skip to Scarecrow's song from the "Wizard of Oz" movie. I can actually hear the lyrics in my head. The rest seems original, I was just wondering if that match was a subconscious thing or just a really weird coincidence.


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vibe-newgrounds responds:

Hi. I've never seen the movie (russians have their own adaptation of the "Wizard of Oz" book, it's called "The Magician of the Emerald City"). It's not unusual to use violins pizzicato for tender melodies, so intro part of "Timid Girl" can remind of other themes, i guess.


owna29owna29

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is cool....

it sounds like i have been placed in runescape



ImMrBoiNKImMrBoiNK

Rated 5 / 5 stars

holy shnits

Who recognizes this form Troll Physics Collab?


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UnholyBladeUnholyBlade

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sounds so peaceful...

Good ending reached!


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whazzup3929whazzup3929

Rated 5 / 5 stars

reminds me of dark cloud2 for the ps2

for some reason...anyone else feel the same way?watch the bot delete this review because NG staff doesn't believe in free speech