Time flows Norwegian

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Aug 22, 2012 | 8:59 AM EDT
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1.9 MB
1 min 11 sec
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4.38 / 5.00

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A poem made by me, red by me and songified with songify app using iPhone.
It's about how the time flows and that you need to do the best out of the time you have.

Original lyrics:

Tiden går og tiden gikk
hva har jeg gjort med tiden jeg fikk
har jeg gjort det jeg turde
har jeg gjort det jeg burde
uansett hva som skjer vil tiden alltid gå
og det gjør den også akkurat nå

Translated to English (of course, since it's originally Norwegian, most of the poetry goes missing after translation. This is just so English speaking people can know the meaning of the poem):

Time passes and the time passed
what have I done with the time that I had
have I done what I dared
have I done what I should
no matter what happens, time will always flow
and that's what it do even right now

Reviews


RedstoneCircuitRedstoneCircuit

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

its using an app


Arawanach responds:

That's what I already stated in the description, but still the lyrics and the voice is mine.


nutzeeernutzeeer

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

magnificent :D ^^
you deserve a STAR for the poem, but the song is just double rainbow backwards and i dont see
a norwegian poem in the backwards played song...

you should "maybe" have actually read it and put it into your own song/melody


Arawanach responds:

Well... I tried an app, and I found a tune and setting where it didn't cut any of the poem and cut it at the right moment. Because everything I said there was all in one, and I had to say it kind of fast to get it all in. So to get it right, I needed to use the right tune and say it at the right speed. So it wasn't easy to make, so I tried to make it into a song instead of just a poem.

So I did actually read it. I used songify, so I had to read it in to get my voice songified.


qazplm632qazplm632

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Seriously?


Arawanach responds:

Yea, seriously... something wrong with using a tool to make music out of a poem you have written? Or is it just that it's in my native language?


tomtom9889tomtom9889

Rated 1 / 5 stars

:\ if you listen carefully, it's the double rainbow song distorted or in a different language.


Arawanach responds:

What you mean? you mean the molodi that songified used? Because the text there is mine, and it's my voice used with a program.