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Would You Wake Up from a dream about paradise.
Your Utopia! White sand, mid temparature not too hot and not too cold.
Mirrored water, so clear you can see right through out, from far a mixture of blue lighting and calm waves.
Palm trees that sway in the wind, almost as if they are talking to you.
So quiet and peaceful, the wind sends chills coursing through your body!
So tell me, Would You Wake Up?

Close your eyes and let the music flow through you...


Would You Wake Up (Instrumental) - YES, The link below has no vocals at all!
It also includes an orchestra, which is not in this piece, that you're listening to, so if you think the vocals ruin this song then listen to the instrumental below.



Would You Wake Up (Part 2)


Would You Wake Up (Part 3)




Rated 5 / 5 stars

Incredible arrangement with a solid good chord progressions.
Sounds professionally mastered and produced.

Amazing job. 5/5!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ok, this is one of the most common chord progressions in the western world, but I really like the intro. Really gave me a powerful emotional reaction first time I heard it. Not so into the rest of it, it's not really my style, but it was pretty well produced. I think some of the synths could have done with a bit more subtlety, but again that's just my preferred style. Lots of people probably like in your face synths though. For me, I actually quite liked the woman talking in the middle. Love the concept too, I think the name of the tune helped it to be as evocative as it was. Though I'm not absolutely in love with the piece, I'd feel guilty if I rated it as lower than five stars. Nice one :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wide awake now 0_0

Great song! I would say that the whole struggle of it is TRYING to wake someone up because it gets quite and peacfull at some points then its back to driffting off....and then feeling one with the universe again lol


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Really enjoy it: one of my favourite chord progressions ever, it's used in Sunshine and Kick-Ass 'Flying Theme'. Really great.

syphonmax responds:

You see that's the funny part, it was done unintentionally, but I think due to the fact that I LOVED the Kick Ass soundtrack, I did this subconsciously XD

Check out "The bond that can't be broken" that I amde and it was done intentionally following the song by John Murphy (Adagio in D Minor)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


dude awesome song i personally think thats the best song ive ever heard. :)

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