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Author: dreamdweller
Posted: Mar 26 2019 - 07:13 AM
Subject: Song from old show
You'd think by searching I could find it, but even though I know the show and episode, there is no soundtrack that I can find. I've tried using Shazam but it didn't match anything. I'm hoping someone might know it. It is from the tv show called Millennium. The song starts playing at 1:10 and goes to 1:30 in the video. It sounds like a depressing song at first. After 5 seconds, it goes to this angelic-type of music.

If anyone has heard of this, please let me know. I realize it might have been a song that they made specifically for that show.
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