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For questions looking to identify a song. Be sure to include enough information (lyric snippets, a good quality sound clip, etc.) for someone to be able to identify it.

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YouTube has the full song, under which are the lyrics: Did you mean what you said? when you left me out at the corner Cause the words in my head, left me smiling but confused Wondering, if …
asked Dec 22 '18 by Greek - Area 51 Proposal
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The first notes sound like: C, C-sharp, D, F, F-sharp. It is played as background starting at 0:06 of this video and for 4 seconds at 0:35 of this video.
asked May 29 '16 by Greek - Area 51 Proposal
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This Redditor identified the song. I pasted his answer on Reddit beneath the line. it’s called “those few words,” by michael austen and daniel corbin and possibly someone else. it appears to be a s …
answered Dec 22 '18 by Greek - Area 51 Proposal
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Please see the 29:24 juncture here. The left hand plays solid chords, while the right broken triads.
asked Jul 25 '16 by Greek - Area 51 Proposal
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This is Fauré's Cantique de Jean Racine Op. 11. I was wrong to have expected the piece to be by solo piano when it's actually usually performed with a choir.
answered Dec 15 '17 by Greek - Area 51 Proposal