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Apr 6, 2015 | 8:26 PM EDT
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8.9 MB
3 min 55 sec
0 / 5.00

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I rewrote "The Procession" to fit these new lyrics, which I wrote about my dysfunctional relationship with my dad. The song takes place at his(as of yet fictional) funeral, in a future where he never seeks psychological help as I have and, by extension, our relationship never changes. Very similar to The Procession but different enough to be it's own song.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This makes me think of those kinds of scenes where there is pale yellow lighting coming through a window and the camera pans across the face of someone thinking about his past; kinda like you seem to mention in the song’s description. As one who is more into instrumental music, I really like the melody. :) However, there were some parts where the pitch being sung and the accompanying melody don’t seem to blend as well, at least that’s what it sounds like to me. (for example at 2:40-ish) Not a big deal, but I wanted to mention it. ^_^;

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IndustryStandard responds:

I don't mean to sound cocky or anything, but yeah I absolutely love the instrumentals in this song haha. I had actually written the lyrics and the music completely separate originally, but I felt like the song fit the mood for the lyrics so i tried to combine them. Not sure if i like the results or not but they're what i could do at the time.
I'm pretty new to adding vocals to my music so there's a good possibility that something might be a bit off. That point at 2:40 I was kind of going for a bit of dissonance though, since it's a bitter line that I'm singing right there, but there are a lot of things I'd like to change about the vocals on that song someday.

If you're interested, I have another version of this song called The Procession; It's what i originally wrote before i altered it to match the lyrics in this song. It's basically a shorter, simpler version of this. Just thought I'd mention it.