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Nothing Is Trivial


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Hayley Deakin

 Genre: New Age

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Ive been a bit depressed lately for one reason or another, and today has been no exeption, so I thought to myself "I know ill wright an a capella" as you do haha. Well it turns out that I quite like it, so I thought id stick it on here and see what you thought of it


Its about losing someone very dear to you, someone you have been very close to but know that you can never be that close to again.
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Lyrics
Theres something we need
Its something we cant quite live without
Like some inner worth
Like something we cherish open hearted


We need it to breath a little
It helps us through pain and suffering
The closeness inside
You never feel lost and broken


Nothing is Trivial
And you will only apritiate it
When its gone......


The closeness we feel
Conversation lasts for always
Without saying a word
Connections are deep inside


I could feel it everywhere
I went no matter how far
Not needing to call
But knowing that you were there


Nothing is Trivial
And you will only apritiate it
When its gone.....
Song Stats
Hits: 4993
Comments: 10
Fans: 5
Plays: 218
Downloads: 185
Votes: 10
Uploaded: Apr 18, 2005 - 03:47:56 PM
Last Updated: Apr 26, 2005 - 02:55:00 PM Last Played: Jun 26, 2019 - 02:15:16 AM
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Hardware:
Just my G4 Powerbook
Software:
GB v1
Comments
thetiler said 5203 days ago (April 20th, 2005)
harmonies
I like the harmonies here. Some nice stuff. Would like to
hear more music like this with more music.

Thanks
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Tom Atwood said 5203 days ago (April 20th, 2005)
I like the tempo here
that continues silently in the spaces between your lovely
phrases. The melody is true, the harmonies correct,
precise.

'Other' is not a good category to be in. You might change
this to New Age Acoustic (kind of a catch-all genre) or
maybe Folk?

Inspiration often strikes quickly, as it did here. Very nice.
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John Stebbe said 5200 days ago (April 23rd, 2005)
Good singing
I hear your song from your heart. Your emotion comes
through.

That pinhole mic (right?) really does a pretty decent job.

Sometimes a cappella is all you need to put together a
really good song, and you've done that.

I like the picture.
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ka-klick said 5200 days ago (April 23rd, 2005)
Wow
I've been going through your stuff in order - it keeps
getting better. Love the challenging harmonies that start
out tightly constricted and blossom out into a beautiful
release. Feels like an acapella intro to something.
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twonicus said 5199 days ago (April 24th, 2005)
loved it
i gotta say, it's refreashing to hear an exceptional
female voice without anything getting in the way.
nice words too.
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virtualruffy said 5194 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
very nice
good job.
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Sista Mac said 5161 days ago (June 1st, 2005)
Goose Bumps!
Your harmonies are so beautiful I get goose bumps! What a beautiful song with so much feeling. You do have an amazing voice!
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Ed Hannifin said 5149 days ago (June 13th, 2005)
This is a treat,...
...a lovely, brave treat. Just you and the Powerbook, huh?
Who can argue with THAT?

Were you and the Powerbook in a CATHEDRAL?

Very nice, and the splitting and resolution of the harmonies
IS ear-catching...

Neat.
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saxking20 said 5138 days ago (June 24th, 2005)
Lovely
Sounds like a WV folk song. They used to sit out on the
porch in the evening and sing a cappella and there were
some excellent melodies that evolved from that and were
passed down through the years. This is original, I know,
but would have fit in that genre.
Might check the spelling of apritiate......
Thanks for sharing your music.
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kevmikwa said 4933 days ago (January 15th, 2006)
I did it backwards
Listened to the "Best Remix" first. Funny to do it that way! It's also
amazing how different the two cuts are. Your voice has a great dynamic
and you have very good pitch. I think the cathedral effect (whether
ambient or added later) is well-suited for the song. The Powerbook
hum (that is only evident during the single voice sections) is a touch
distracting, but I guess that's a "cost of doing business", as it were.
Thanks for sharing this one with the world!
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