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If I Could Live Again (Fixed)

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Date
02/22/2006
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Song
3.5 MB
4 min 18 sec
Score
3.98 / 5.00

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Author Comments

I don't usually do this. But the sound Quality needed to be fixed. So here it is... again.

Reviews


TheWisestMagiTheWisestMagi

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 21, 2007

;* ) Unmeasurable Emotion

Beautiful...This has helped me more in life then you might be able to imagine. The thought of being able to turn back time has always fascinated me...if not everyone. We all have our regrets, faults, and weaknesses..but none of us are perfect... Even if one thought they were perfect, one of there flaws would be thinking so... That heartbeat...ohh that heartbeat in the beginning and the end...man..that could make grown men cry over what they WISH they would've, could've, didn't...and now its all too late. This song has wonderful philosophical value, as well as unmeasurable emotion...good job..Although..I hope this doesn't reflect you too hard of things you wish you would have done..

P.S. Am I the only one finding it ironic that this is "If I Could Live Again (Fixed)" (Fixed) being the ironic part...too bad we can't actually go back and fix our regrets....


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JohnGamesJohnGames

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 20, 2006

Wow

I greatly enjoyed this song, even though I kept hearing beauty and the beast over and over again in my head. I know that this was coincidental and I mean, every octave must have been used by now and you just somehow used one that has some collection to people. I love the piece and would have appreciated it more if the track I played before it was not beauty and the beast XD.

Note: I am not saying you steal music or anything like that, I just love that series of notes.



69er69er

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 15, 2006

A powerful piece

You have a real gift, which is oblivious to the world. You have orginaity to all your song this one alone, i adore as its own because its much different in tones and rythm. It captures my artistic side as a visual artist. You can pull off such masterful pieces without sounding a little off in any form. I really hope you continue in your ways.



suairyusuairyu

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 18, 2006

Oooh! This is wonderful!

The simplicity of this piece is what makes it. It sounds really heartfelt, I really like this.

Not actually being that knowledgable in the field of music, I'm afraid I cannot give any critical feedback, but I can tell you that this has helped a lot. I'm in the process of writing the script for a Flash movie, and this has inspired me for how to tackle to ending.

I think I'll just have to use this ...


MilkMan-Dan responds:

Sorry it's taken so long to respond. It's a very busy time for me. I look forward to hearing this in a very beautiful flash :). I don't need feedback anymore I guess... I just want you to know I appriciate the time you took to tell me this. :)


Firzen-XFirzen-X

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 23, 2006

Moving...

You are one great pianist... Your songs are very moving, keep them coming,even when you get 0s, that just means people don't appreciate anything that isn't done by computers. Youdo all your piano by hand, and other people should learn to accept that it takes no skill to let a computer do the work, and it takes much skill to do it by hand.

P.S. I forgot to give you my e-mail on my other review, it's TristanJThompson@yahoo.com


MilkMan-Dan responds:

Well hey there,

I must unfortunitley disagree with you on one point. Those who do their work on computer (like MaestroSorrow) do have alot of talent. They are just using a different medium for their work. I admit it's harder to make mine so "perfect"... but in the end... talent is talent... and passion is passion. Thankyou for all the kind reviews. :) I forget wut I'm suppose to use your email for... but I'll find out :P.