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As there's conscription in my country, I have duty yet to serve. This made me compose a military-themed cheesy song :D:D
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brothers, here i give you my last words
friends, now i hand you my best luck
co-walkers, it's the time i rest my steps
fighters, i've long admired your passions

march still, for an exit out of this non-sense
resist, find a ladder out of this dead-end

though, there has never been an old time good bye
in this field, i will stand as a tree waving countless hands
in this field, i will remain as ground you step on

march still, for an exit out of this non-sense
resist, find a ladder out of this dead-end
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Uploaded: Jan 05, 2007 - 12:30:43 AM
Last Updated: Jan 05, 2007 - 12:30:43 AM Last Played: Apr 19, 2019 - 08:06:06 AM
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DOCTORBIZARRE said 4615 days ago (January 5th, 2007)
This cool and trippy! Very heartfelt and makes me dream of a differnt world! This is killa! lUSCIOUS KEYS TOO! Great outing my friend!
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baki said 4614 days ago (January 5th, 2007)
this is from the different world! it's like flying in the bubble in the pink skies, whatever... i don't like singing towards the end, maybe you can rerecord that part. but otherwise - really, really nice. cheers
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TobinMueller said 4614 days ago (January 5th, 2007)
Like Jon Anderson collaborating with Gregorian monks, produced by remix artists. I totally dig the opening stanza, the concept, the more minimalist moments, and your excellent vocal line phrasing. In my ears, the thick synth solo section is slightly out of control, too imprecise, steps on itself a bit, counteracting the excellent minimalist touches instead of complementing them, and it makes it sound like a demo instead of a finished track; consider using layers FM sounds with your strings, as opposed to just the string synth, to achieve greater clarity and depth, layered (arranging more open chords and different notes for each voice). An artistic and emotionally charged accomplishment, this song.
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apb said 4614 days ago (January 6th, 2007)
Excellent ..
.. fine lyrics, didn't come across as too cheesy for me. I can agree with Tobin on the synthy string sound but at the same time I really like chorus 1 they way the strings played there really gels together with the vocals to give that passionate delivery - not so in chorus 2. I'd keep chorus 1 repeated myself, perhaps with some more minor variations in the vocals. Backing is solid and atmospheric - fine job there.

Sweden retains mandatory 1 year? military service - but not being Swedish, I don't have to do that - seems odd when if you wanted to invade just come in July when everyone including the military are on holiday .. ;o)
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said 4611 days ago (January 8th, 2007)
revolving, powerfull, alarming, and beautifull all at the same time. I like your handling of the drums. great sound, great song
Morning Light said 4611 days ago (January 9th, 2007)
BEAUTIFUL EXPRESSION, like I am dreaming!!! The NightBird~
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SecaMode said 4610 days ago (January 9th, 2007)
I especially liked the chorus, when everything kicks in, it's very moving. In a Bjork kind of way, your voice reaches out to grab the listener. Great work, emotional but definitely NOT cheesy! Enjoyed listening.
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