This is a very good song and I think it's one of your best that I've heard. :P Well done sir.
Quite simply one of the best piano tunes I have ever heard. Genius at work.
I rewrote the beginning of my book to this song. Its good and I recommend this to anyone who likes a slower classical song.
"An Oasis dessert" is what this reminds me of. In the beginning, there's a soft sound, like silk or sand,
And then come the strings, with or like vibrations or waves in jello. That's what this reminds me of.
What I've loved most about your works is the stories that can be felt... I never know if what I see is what you imagined, but in this song it's rather strongly a story like this.
The sad opening is a sign to me of reflection, then the story begins: I struggle day in and day out with my life trying to keep my dreams of the future alive, pushing forward and moving faster, letting the little things slip away. It never ends, this ongoing and forward progression, mindlessly; endlessly; desperately... and then out of nowhere this sweetness flows in, love. Something so delicate and easy to break, something I wish I could hold onto and just have forever... and yet the calling is there still. I must keep pushing for my dreams, my future, and so the sweetness ends all too soon in a blinding flurry of the everyday... endlessly, mindlessly, desperately I push on.
All to no avail.
Thank you for being an inspiration to me through your music, even if it is just my little interpretations in my head :)
Those interpretations mean everything to me. Thank you
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