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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Song that I cant find for very long time...pleas help
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Author: lazar
Posted: Oct 07 2021 - 02:13 PM
Subject: Song that I cant find for very long time...pleas help
Hi guys I registered here just to find this song that is bothering me in my mind for a long time.. if anybody can help me to find one mix that I was listening as a kid and it brings me a nostalgic feeling.. I can't find it anywhere on youtube e.g. and on google.. My info about song is very short.. It is a electro/dance song or something like psytehno song.. In the song you can hear a woman saying "imagine your pain as a ball of healing light" from movie fight club and also you can hear a quotes from movie "Natural Born Killers" where we can hear a talk between Robert Downey Jr. as a Wayne Gale with inspector I think.. I don't have much hope to find it anymore but hope never dies If anyone have any info thank you very much..
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