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A number of Swedish songwriters have made it big writing English-language pop songs, despite it not being their native language --sometimes with odd results. One of my favorite groups, Roxette, became international stars on the back of a song that songwriter Per Gessle later admitted was made up of nonsense English phrases made up to fit the rhythm. ...


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There's a lot of music out there, but in terms of sticking to well-known musicians, a few come to mind: All the albums for both the Dutch progresive rock band Ayreon and the American neo-soul/hip-hop auteur Janelle Monae are fitted loosely into epic science-fiction narrative continuities. The plot for Ayreon's projects is more well-defined, and deals with a ...


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Da Wader Green fields ins deutsche übersetzt hat,solala,und es an übelst vielen Stellen passt,nimm allein 1916 gemalt und das Kreuz,das ist für mich der absolute Beweis an eine huldigung der guten alten "Liedermacher",und es auch Statements von z.B. D'Artagnan gibt,und ich glaube,jeder,der mindestens eines der beiden älteren Lieder kennt,ist dieser ...


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I’ve worked with monstercat many many times. I know cloud pretty well, I’m fairly sure I can guess I’ll go ahead and say that this song is about suicide after losing a lover. I didn’t make this song with cloud, but I have before. I hope that answered your question. Cloud often refers to death as space, As well as, in the song Matt sings “I’ll find you in a ...


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I don't think that word is notated correctly, I don't hear any "t" sound at the end, and the sound at the beginning is closer to "eye" than to "ear," as you might expect if it was "irit." My best guess is it's the word "irie," which is borrowed from Jamaican patois, and means "all right." It doesn't ...


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