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Oct 9, 2010 | 5:58 AM EDT
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6.5 MB
2 min 52 sec
4.30 / 5.00

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This track was made for a school project.
The idea behind this track was the following statement.

' Happiness can't come without misery or sadness '

I personally agree. I believe that you'll learn to apreciate small things better if you have some tough luck at times.

How can you apreciate people if you don't what it's like to be alone ?
How can you enjoy a meal when you don't know what it's like to be hungry ?




Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing track.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I feel like I've heard this in a video game before! Holy s**t this was in 'One Chance'

My brother's a screen writer and used that game as inspiration for my favourite script of his to date. Great piece of music mate. Top marks.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hands down one of the best tracks I have ever heard, inspired to write some lyrics to it. :)

Wonderful stuff.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This song was from One Chance!

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Your last two questions are very true, such as other questions that also resemble to this. If you may, please also consider this habit of mine, that you might also agree, how correct "appreciating small things" could be, and how they could turn the tides of several occasions.

My friends would question why I act somewhat negative, during times when we go out and should be having fun. Then they would go nuts at how, when we seem to be stuck in a hopeless situation, I always seem so calm. The answer would be like what you have said:
"You'll learn to appreciate the small things better if you have some tough luck at times"

>I stay a bit cynical at happy times, risking a bit of my fun, to try to remember misfortune that came to me at similar times, so that I become alert to any wrong turns or events that might trigger. And it is also in that alertness that I become more focused to detail and enjoy the day in several more small ways then I could when staying too carefree
>I would then stay at ease at troubled times, remembering other instances that also felt inevitable but was still outdone, and in that memory of hope and in a more careful pace, I get to more easily spot out problems and correct them.

This was one my biggest principles in life. I never told them this. I think it would be better if they learn it for themselves. Thank you for such a good song. It was in this song and in your notes that I finally summed up what I've been doing and why I've been doing such a weird habit for these past years. It will be through this song (and in this review) that I'll remember what my habit was all about.

Thanks a lot! And great work!

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