Alfred Alfer's Song

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May 20, 2013 | 9:37 PM EDT
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5.8 MB
4 min 12 sec
4.07 / 5.00

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Rated 4.07 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This song is inspired "alfred's big suprise". The lyrics are Alfred talking about How great that world where Labby didnt let him down would be the greatest thing ever.
0:19 i'm back in the playhouse lost in my mind i dream of that world where you (played by the english horn)
0:39 didnt let me down in the field in that world/ where you still love me dearly in that world (played by the flute)
0:59 i'd never be alone (again) in that world/ i'd never cry again (strings)
1:18 But i'm not in that world no i'd never be in that world again
you are gone forever and i cant handle that reality (strings)
1:55 to 2:33 (no lyrics)
2:33 to 3:12 (lyrics not done yet played by the strings)
3:35 Alfred Alfer i hope you burn in hell / Aflred Alfer i hope you die alone (played by piano)
3:51 to the end (lyrics not done yet played by piano)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good instruments and mood. The melody is really beautiful, and the dreamy vibe of it was just engrossing. The transition at 3:31 was a little abrupt, but I suppose I have to see "Alfred's Big Surprise" to understand the context of it. Is "Alfred's Big Surprise" a movie or musical? Anyway, excellent job. Keep at it, man. ;)