#1
Okay, I can't really tell you much about the song, except for the fact that it was about 4 and a half minutes long. And it was pretty memorable. I can only remember a couple of lines, "Regardless of what you were" "I will never forget you". It had a really awesome breakdown for about a minute and then the song changed completely into this really mellow piano/(non-distorted) guitar thing. If you can help me find it I'd appreciate it.
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#2
Any other info? I think I almost what it is, I just can't remember yet...
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#3
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Any other info? I think I almost what it is, I just can't remember yet...


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LOL, nice man that made my night



I couldn've sworn I put "know" in there...

And hey, blood sugar's low, I dunno what I'm saying
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#7
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google the lyrics

I tried that nothing comes up even close.

The guys scream is pretty cool. he goes from growling to screaming between lines.
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#8
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Okay, I can't really tell you much about the song, except for the fact that it was about 4 and a half minutes long. And it was pretty memorable. I can only remember a couple of lines, "Regardless of what you were" "I will never forget you". It had a really awesome breakdown for about a minute and then the song changed completely into this really mellow piano/(non-distorted) guitar thing. If you can help me find it I'd appreciate it.

Ironic


Anyway, sounds like a metalcore song.
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#9
With the mellow stuff at the end, sounds like protest the hero...But Arif'd never write lyrics that cheesy...Haha


Growling to screaming...All that remains? We Stand or something...
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Lyon Chorus
#11
^ Not metal
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#12
opeth!
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#13
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opeth!

He said it was 4 & half minutes long.

That really narrows down the choice of which Opeth song it could be.
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^ Not metal


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#15
I thought it was "The Coldest Rain" by Diecast. It was not (probably) but I listened to it and I think I deserve some credit for bringing myself back to my metalcore phase for 4:54.

That is all.