Title: Forever Lost
Artist: God Is An Astronaut
Played: 449 times

15 Day Music Challenge, Day 9: Favorite lyricless song (absolutely NO words)

God Is An Astronaut - Forever Lost


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    God Is An Astronaut - Forever Lost
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    There are no words. That piano. God Is An Astronaut have some kind of otherworldly sci-fi esque quality to their music.
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    I can’t stop listening to this song.
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    This should be listened, and thought of, as a background song for the whole book, no matter the version. It’s entitled...
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