"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Such a sweet and tender piece. It actually made me tear up - it made me reflect on current personal "issues". -Jenn
It is a beautiful piece of music. So relaxing. Thanks for sharing.
New life. New discoveries. Love. Children's wonder at the world around them. Wide open spaces. Starry skies. Marvels and majesty of nature. The beauty and magic of life and ordinary days made extraordinary by the presence and company of those we love.
James Horner never misses :)
Moving on with life. Hope your move with the Prof will be a wonderful chapter in the book of John!
Serenity and contentment.Joan (Devon)
Stopping/pausing to let it all sink in......
I'm sat on a grassy bank looking out over the view before me, hills in the background a lake or river closer. Taking time to focus on snippets of nature, a duck swimming in the lake, a squirrel sat washing it's face, a couple strolling with a dog. I have all the time in the world ... and I am serene.
That's beautiful. Makes me think of mountains in the sunshine, peaceful and relaxing. Thanks John.
I don’t know... to me it’s a bit melancholy. Memories, the past, time flowing ever onward. It hints at the deeper meaning of life. So moving.
Melancholic but relaxing.
Bad Aaron Copeland.
Reminds me of the importance of my solo trip to the Lakeshore today.Listening to the waves . . . watching the wind surfers . . . feeding my soul.I needed this day . . . this piece added to my peace . . .
Not sure; it sounds like background music from a sentimental film.
It makes me think that Ennio Morricone is a much greater movie music composer.
Doesn't make me think of anything specific, but it moves me....a bit of a 'lump in the throat' feeling.
Sam Neill was in this film, a handsome man.
It makes me think of love. And longing. Of course that movie is a love story. A terribly underrated movie, was marketed as a "kid with a robot" movie but it's really a love story that spans the decades. One of Robin Williams best works in my humble opinion. We lost a great talent with him, so troubled but giving so much of himself to all of us. The music is beautiful and makes me realize what the world also lost a great composer when Mr. Horner was killed. Well now the music makes me sad.
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