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2 min 50 sec
4.02 / 5.00

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Rated 4.02 / 5 stars
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As my eyes gaze upon the love I have for my quilt of life, I listen to the melody it sings



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Love it but...

Not sure what to think about the drums. It was beautiful but I would have preferred something a bit lighter and less standard in the way of percussion, however that's my opinion so no need to change your style if that's how you want it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


stunning...deserves more than JUST 5 stars....4.35/5.00 +(0.017) good luck bosa!

hope to be

.:bosa's number 1 fan:.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I see this song as depicting a race. It starts out slow to represent the racers signing up for the race. Then it picks up to show maybe some of them greeting their friends who are going to watch them in the race. Then the racers line up. When the drums start up that means that they're off.

Bosa responds:

Nice, I always like to see what stories or positions listeners come up with!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Could use some work, but good

It is a very beautiful song that reflects a wide array of emotions. The chords seem to speak of sadness, yet hints of peace throughout. That is, until the drums come in. At that point, it takes on a more adventurous aspect, showing conflict and excitement while retaining some of that original sadness. The harp at the end was nice, but it ended too abruptly.

The piano was alright, but it felt very rough around the edges and synthetic. I would love some pedal in the bass and some more attention on dynamics. As always, I liked the strings. The drums were repetitive, but they served their perpuse I guess.

Work on dynamics, please add some pedal to the piano, give the drums some more variety, and you'll have a nice little piece under your belt. Can't say I understand how the title fits, but I dig the music. :)

5/5 vote, but 8/10 over all rating.

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Bosa responds:

It's in my head, so it's completely not understandable.