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Jun 4, 2009 | 8:30 AM EDT
File Info
3.5 MB
3 min 3 sec
4.00 / 5.00

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Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

I wrote this song in memory of my mum. It was inspired by the Jon and Vangelis song "So long ago, so clear", as it was one of her favourite pieces of music (I even included the title in the lyrics for this song). I hope you enjoy, and maybe can relate to it in some way.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not Rap

And that's a very good thing :)) LOL at the review with "this isnt rap at all".

Sounds like inspired by Jon and Vangelis as a general concept (clear voice over a pad and later a "brass" synth kicks in) but it have it's own personality. Shows deep feelings.
10/10 5/5
3.94 / 5.00 (+ 0.12)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

reminds me of my lost soldiers

i would like for this song to be played at my funeral if i dont make it back to america or even after its so touching even thogh its sad there is much beauty in it


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

my greatest hatred of the future

I lost my father when i was just 18 and cant even imagine what an impact losing my mother would have on me, it would crush a large part of me thats for sure.

So this song gave me a huge chill down my spine, but its so beautiful i cant help but favorite it in its honor.

Greets and stay blazing with your music. :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

ok ok not the best

not the best this isnt rap at all but its good

SallyMusic responds:

Er, no of course this isn't rap, but in my opinion that's a good thing, thanks anyway (I think!).


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Its very good,

I hope you don't mind critism, but at 00:48 Your voice is going low instantly try to make a chain of it. :p

SallyMusic responds:

Not quite sure what you mean, are you saying that you shouldn't jump in pitch from note to note? I don't think you should be restricted to always singing close to the pitch of the previous note, but thanks for the review anyway!