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 Author: santer
enter site Posted: Aug 30 2017 - 05:27 PM
watch Subject: What is the song in this highlight reel?
I actually wonder of two songs from the same highlight reel on youtube.

The first one is only melody and no vocals and starts at 0,24 and last about 20 seconds and then fade out in the background
https://youtu.be/dMIGZ9VVaTU?t=24

The second one is quite modern with melodic piano and duet between a male and female with some house or EMD to it. It is alot in the background so it is kind of hard to hear all the lyrics.
Here is the clip, and it last all the way til the end; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMIGZ9VVaTU&feature=youtu.be&t=449.

The lyric I have managed to catch are;
At the very beginning; "I said, I never want to go home"
-Following lines:
"The snow is raining behind these eyes" Not sure if it's eyes the last word is
-When the song picks up: "Don't go, I need your touch comfort me"
- At the end the women sing something like this;"It wears me out, not given up given up HOPE"

I have tried so many places and searches to find the last song, the first one I don't know how to search for. I would be really happy if someone could help me out on this.

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