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Mar 24, 2010 | 10:11 PM EDT
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3 min 53 sec
4.34 / 5.00

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From my album "No Rush Hour"
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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I can't believe you did it. One curious, solitary tear broke free.
I didn't wipe it away though, I let it fall.

MarkySpark responds:

May many more fall my friend. Nothing wrong with showing emotion.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I am a warrior. I've BEEN a warrior since I was eight. It all started with one death. My mother's death. One betrayal. My father's betrayal. One disappearance. The disappearance of my one and only sister.
Since then, I have been alone. I fight my enemies for the sake of others, but it does nothing to fill the hole created by my loneliness. I have killed many, including my father.
Many years of fighting, solitude, and depression and heartache. Only one person has ever been capable of matching my power.
A solitary swordswoman, masked and speechless. Identity unknown. This single individual has appeared before me multiple times to engage in combat. I feel as though this swordswoman is testing me and my skill. No one has ever been able to hold their own against me. I was impressed.
One day, after slaughtering a callous wretch out to cause pain, the swordswoman showed herself to me and once again challenged me. At the climax of our fight, instinct drove me to drive my blade through her heart. I had never intended to do so. It simply happened.
The swordswoman's wound bled dangerously fast. Instead of begging for help, as I would have expected, she said to me in a soft voice, "You finally beat me. Congratulations, brother."
I rushed to her side and removed her mask, revealing the face of my now-dying sister. I look around, hoping that I might find answer to saving her in the midst of my surroundings, but without luck. Tears stream down my face without warning and I fall to my knees as my sister dies in front of me.
First my mother, then my father, and now my sister.
I am Alone Again.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


You are an amazing composer. Very few songs can tell a tale with no words yet every one of your songs brings forth a strong emotion and paints a picture thats indescribable. Dont stop writing these great works their amazing.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I wrote...

I wrote the short story of what this reminds me of on one of yours other songs...about my ex. I have had such a difficult time with girls since that happened. It's ironic that i have froiends asking me for advice in relationship to be happy...when i myself can't even find happiness for myself.

This one is very nice. Soothing and calm, but not too much so to depressing.
Everyone thanks you for making these songs, so i guess one more won't hurt.
Thank you.

MarkySpark responds:

I love reading your reviews, keep em' coming.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Tragic, beautiful

A perfect mood peice to listen to while writing a sad scene. Sad, yet somehow hopeful.

MarkySpark responds:

Thanks for listening.