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#1131882 - 10/30/1701:39 PMJ'aimerais bien - I would like
Hi everybody. This song with lyrics in French is a slow ballad on a relaxing music. I love it because the lyrics are beautiful and very descriptive and the melody was born of my feelings of that night... (You can find the approx. translation below the vid)
The guitar (sure you will like it) is played by Marcus Nalgaber, a great guitarist and composer.
I think maybe a new rhythm, but also soft, in the middle part could be useful to highlight its importance? but I also like it like this, with its relaxing way.
I enjoy a lot making my own videos... You can watch it here
I would like
I’d like to paint a mirror over my village on nights that are sad and do not want to get dressed nor make-up, so that it might always reflect the moon and the stars,
And so that, dreams find a path to become flowers and magicians
In this great emptiness that cares not at all for all the hours and the seconds that build the watch that fixes us to our time.
I’d like to paint a mirror over my village when the heat becomes a tyrant and scorches the fields, so that it might reflect all the clouds which meander from the arm of the wind, and that the rain might pour out her pitchers, from time to time from time to time
It would be great to know your opinion. See you!!! Mora
Welcome to JPF, Mora. I really enjoyed this. I found it too distracting to scroll down for the translation so I just went with the French. The dreamy feel of the music and the soulfulness of your vocals put me right into the visual of the video. I read the lyrics afterward and they were a perfect fit with everything else going on. Well done.
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