The two lived happily ever after.
Because of a harp.
It started all in an orchestra, where Lillian played the harp. She would always be forever alone, plucking each string elegantly as she was the only harp in the whole orchestra.
Until a violin player named Alexander joined the group.
Because he was new, he was in the very back...so back that he was near Lillian and her harp.
Alexander never liked the idea to stay in the back...
...until he saw how gracefully she plucked each string carefully, like the strings were made out of rich magic and sparkles....
....and how gracefully Lillian would always sparkle and shine on her harp.
The magic harp.
It started with a single compliment:
"I liked how you played your harp."
The two slowly but surely came closer to each other....to understand each other....to love each other....to care for each other.
Eventually, they got married. Both were famous orchestra players.
Because of the magic harp.
It was the harp of happiness.
It was the harp of sparkles.
It was the harp of magic.
It was the harp of love.
The harp of love will continue to bond two musicians together....
....with the single compliment.....
...."I liked how you played the harp."
The bass clef part of the piano piece should resemble the harp and the treble should represent the bond between the two.
Hopefully I fixed the volume problems. If you want to listen to my songs in a louder volume, too bad. I'm trying to fix everything right now but I'll tell you when I'm done.