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Mar 3, 2010 | 6:35 PM EST
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6.5 MB
7 min 7 sec
4.36 / 5.00

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Rated 4.36 / 5 stars
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Author Comments


I appreciate all the comments, I wish that I could have recorded this with a better quality, however. This song was for someone who I was very close to at one point, but now all that has vanished. Instead of thinking of it as a love song, think of it as a journey to find a love.

Enjoy! Please leave a review if you have the time, they are what keep me going.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A review from a fellow pianist

I may have heard a slip or two, but I'm not going to go all techncial and say that these gash the song, because they don't.

Disregarding the description, it does sound like someone is going on a journey, and I quite like your playing. I would have loved if there was a main theme that could be reused, varied etc. as the piece progressed - I don't know, there might be one, but I haven't come across it when I listened to this song. Block chords might not have been enough for the 'journey' feel, but your expression is very good.

Good work, overall. ^_^


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This song is beautiful

I love piano solo's. Why? Just for the simple fact that it brings me back to memories. This reminds me of a piece that would be at the ending of a dramatic movie. (Schinder's list, American History X, etc.) It just makes me think of stuff that made me happy when I was younger, and making me realizing i'll probably never have that much fun again.

I appreciate the effort you put into this song, and I may not be a producer, but I respect this so much.

Thanks man, really.

FatKidWitAJetPak responds:

Thanks for the comments man. I played this song with many things in mind, mainly thinking of a long distance relationship that I had for 9 months where I couldn't even touch the girl I fell in love with.

The funny thing is, people can get sad emotions from this, but they can also get happy ones like what your describe. Thanks for comparing it to a wonderful song, means a lot.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


It's truly impressive the impact that pouring human emotion into a piece can have. The song seems so much.. heavier, more effective, just knowing that you played from deep within yourself.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nothin but10's good buddy.

My speakers kinda suck...but I can get the jist of things.

I felt like I was in a montage of suffering, yet at the end of the montage my suffering would not have been in vain.

Shuffling through the windy snow at dusk, the trees looming over me...
The mountains I had to climb...almost falling...
Realizing my food supply won't make it for me to get to my goal.

But always with my eye on the prize..

The song slows down around the 4 minute mark... I fall down from lack of energy and stare at the sky as rain pelts my face and collects in puddles around me. You can see me coughing and exhausted and sick..

But in the end it turns out what I was looking for all along: myself. I get up determinedly and turn around. Ready to go home with my newfound wisdom, and as I start descending down that cliff my hands slip... I fall. But i'm smiling. I found my answer.

Always a pleasure to listen to your songs, man. Keep up the good work and drop me a line sometime :)

FatKidWitAJetPak responds:

Good words man, good words. Thanks for the lovely review. Its always a pleasure to read descriptive reviews like yours. :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


It is a tad repetitive, but honestly in a great way! I rarely ever rate a somewhat repetitive song so high! This is great! Keep up the great work!