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Author: dap
Posted: Apr 01 2017 - 10:01 AM
Subject: singer of "come to me" (JS-seq.)
dear members,

does anyone recognize this good old song from my
given data for JavaScript-based Editor of musipedia?:
d'4 g'2 r4 a'4 fis'2 r4 d'4 e'2 a'8. b'8. g'8 e'4 r4

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(or alternatively
d'4 g'2 r4 d'4 fis'2 r4 d'4 e'2 a'8. b'8. g'8 e'4 r4

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name of the singer?
name of the song?

Important, striking and typical are the LAST 4 NOTES - played by piano.

The mood is similar to "This is not america" from David Bowie or
"This is the last kiss" from David Cassidy.

The text sequences I caught out are "come to me" and "don't remember me to you" (or "don't remember you to me"?) - often repeated, but not very sure in my remembrance.

thanks for help! ...

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