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Author: brock48
Posted: Feb 11 2019 - 04:27 AM
Subject: Help! what is this song?
I have tried so hard trying to find this song. I'll post the notes I managed to come up with but the actual version I'm thinking of isn't anywhere close to piano. It has a depressingish sound to it. I remember it to be a rock or a rap type of song. I listened to it during my sophomore (around 2011) year in my weight lifting class. I've tried sound hound and songza and both came back with no results. I've even asked many of my friends that knew a TON of songs and they couldn't tell me what it was either. If anyone can help me identify this song that would be awesome!!!!

here are the notes

f'4 fis'4 fis'4 fis'4 f'4 f'4 f'4 d'4 c'4

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