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The piece is an arrangement of the Polonaise from J.S. Bach's Suite No.2 in B minor. It's played by the quitar/requinto duo "Los Gemelos"


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From Wikipedia: In October, Post Malone revealed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon that he had written a song for the film titled "Sunflower", which Billboard described as a "funky, dreamy ballad". The song, which is co-performed by Swae Lee, was released on October 18. So unless Post Malone was, shall we say managing the truth for promotional ...


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Mötley Crüe "Kickstart My Heart"


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Using Shazam I was able to identify it as Fall - Ross Bugden https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bln0BEv5AJ0


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I know you already found your song, but in case someone has a similar research, there is W.A.S.P. - Animal (Fuck Like a Beast): Released in 1984 The singer yells "Like an Animal" several times during the chorus.


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LunchMoney Lewis' quirky 2015 hit "Bills" is a match for style, description of singer, time period, and general subject matter. It's more about paying bills than getting paid, which doesn't quite match your description. It is, however, very musically upbeat, which is why you might remember it as being more gleeful than the actual lyrics. (Bone-Thugs-N-...


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Finally heard it again.. It was Panama by Van Halen. I had a feeling I misheard the lyrics... thanks


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Not a lot to go on, but the first thing to come to mind is Animal by Def Leppard. It's an 80's song and likely to air on the radio.


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Not old, but: Three Days Grace - Animal I Have Become? :D


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Try on Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring. The chord progression sounds similar.


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You probably mean "Ride of the Valkyries" which is the beginning of act 3 of Richard Wagner's opera "Die Walküre" (the second of the four operas in his cycle "Der Ring des Nibelungen").


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You need to contact the Liebherr company, tell them what you're looking for, where you saw it and a link to the video itself, this is library music for promotional purposes, not to be confused with library music for film and television and if you google 'royalty free music for promotional videos' that should give you an idea of just how fast you'd drown in ...


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The answer is finally here. This turned out to be a pre-released version of a song called "The Hills," which as of 22.11.2019 is available on the posthumous album Thanks for the Dance. And it's brilliant!


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Is it possibly the 2012 Frank Ocean song "Thinkin' 'Bout You"? It's not all that similar to your reference song, but the lyrics are a match, and the overall mood is similarly mellow and melancholy. A tornado flew around my room before you came Excuse the mess it made, it usually doesn't rain in Southern California, much like Arizona My eyes don't ...


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Maybe you are referring to the first movement of Sibelius' 2nd symphony. It seems to be a motive that appears multiple times, such as here and here.


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Maybe you are thinking of the main theme from La Strada, a film by Federico Fellini with music composed by Nino Rota. https://youtu.be/CKLa8j06lkw At the beginning of this soundtrack you can hear a small part of the theme. The complete tune can be found at 1:24 - 3:00. From 4:12 till the end it returns with yet a different orchestration. Many other ...


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BINGO! Track 5 on Acappella Southern. From the album description: We then topped it all off with a brand new recording of “Amazing Grace” that will have you smiling all day. Here is the Deezer link to the song.


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Maybe you mean Michael Bublé "Feeling Good"


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The video starts with the Air from J.S.Bach's Orchestral Suite no.3 in D major BWV1068, better known as "Air on the G String".


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It's the third movement of Beethoven's Piano Sonata no.31 in A flat (op.110) - III. Adagio ma non troppo.


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