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The Leftovers
Max Richter Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'The Leftovers' by these artists:

Aaron Wasted and tired Oh I'm so wasted and tired We've lost the…
AaRON (FR) Wasted and tired Oh I'm so wasted and tired We've lost the…

We have lyrics for these tracks by Max Richter:

08-Old Song "February the 10th. Sunday. Noise. Peace."…
Arboretum "November the 6th. Like a path in autumn, scarcely has…
Blue Notebooks "Everyone carries a room about inside them. This fact can…
Enola Gay Enola gay, you should have stayed at home yesterday Oho it…
Lullaby i sat the kitchen table and watched the sky grow…
Maria How many people fell in this abyss, I fathom from afar! Ther…
Maria the Poet How many people fell in this abyss, I fathom from afar! Ther…
Old Song "February the 10th. Sunday. Noise. Peace."…
Richter: Shadow Journal "How enduring, how we need durability. The sky before sunris…
Richter: The Blue Notebooks "Everyone carries a room about inside them. This fact can…
Shadow Journal "How enduring, how we need durability. The sky before sunris…
The Blue Notebooks "Everyone carries a room about inside them. This fact can…
The Departure 15 kisiye saldirdim vurdum vurdum dur ma dim on bes ki si ye…
The Trees "When Thomas brought the news that the house I was…
Tongue Tied Take me to your best friend's house Roll around this roundab…
Trees "When Thomas brought the news that the house I was…

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Florida Man

@A.D. Nielsen  
Ive got such a horrible memory due to some injuries both physical and mental, add to that the fact that I read your reply early in the morning before work, and well I forgot all about our exchange. One good thing about my condition is the fact that i get to "rediscover" things such as music, books, etc. Almost infinitely it seems at times, but I digress. Apparently I also get to rediscover people such as yourself. Much like this music and the show we talked about, this realization is profoundly bittersweet. While I'm happy to have had the exchange with you, I'm heartbroken that I could forget an interaction that was so touching.
You helped remind me of how beautiful life can be. Its so easy to focus on the painful bits of life, and so easy to overlook the beautiful parts such as the connections we all share.

Anyhow, Im rambling.

Thanks A.D. I hope this message finds you surrounded by loved ones with good food in your bellies, the sounds of nature faintly heard in-between hardy laughter and squeals of care free kids, with the smells of healthy plants after a summer shower. Or at the very least, I hope it finds you at peace.

Take it easy friend ✌



A.D. Nielsen

@Florida Man I'm able to give your comment the attention it deserves now that I am home near a keyboard. I'm touched that you wrote such an elaborate message and I agree with you on so many levels and feel very similar emotions as you do, I'm sure. I've always listened to and played music since I was a child. I won't go into the very long story of my life as everyone has one of those and similarly, a lot of us have tragic or hard stories rather than carefree tales of childhood. Music was one of my escapes, always. It still is.

I played the guitar in high school but it didn't evoke quite the same emotion for me as other instruments and sometime in my late 20's I taught myself how to play the piano so I could learn and play music such as this amazing piece. Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata was actually the first song I ever learned -- I know, I didn't start with anything particularly easy, I just wanted to dive straight into something I loved!

That was about fifteen years ago now and I still play the piano, almost every day. I get lost in it for hours. Of course I learned this piece also that we're here for and I can't put it any better than you. It makes me happy yet profoundly sad and nostalgic for times that may not have even existed or are yet to come. I know that doesn't make sense, but life and by extension emotions sometimes don't evoke much sense but they remind us how unique life actually IS, for better or worse.

Comments like yours make me realize I'm not alone. This really is the best side of YouTube and in fact, the internet. It's a big wide world out there full of absolutely unique human beings with this one amazing interest or passion in common, whichever way we choose to appreciate it.

Thank you, Florida Man. Your message touched me.



Florida Man

@A.D. Nielsen
Ive never had a series make me feel so alive yet so afraid. So alone yet so connected to others. So happy yet so incredibly amd profoundly sad. My throat is welling up making it hard to breath simply thinking about it. And knowing you were touched by the music and the show also makes me emotional.

All of this from a very hard man as I'm told.
No one but my chickens have seen me cry since I was a young boy. Chickens who also love Max Richter btw. They particularly love his rendition of Vivaldis four seasons. Which happens to be the most healing music I've ever listened to. No other music has made me feel so many emotions. The most addictive of which is HOPE. Please do check it out. It's a long grouping of songs that all come together as a sort of story. Come together as one. So if you do listen to it, but don't have the time or patience to listen to the whole thing, here's my suggestions. These are the songs that I ask you give a try before you give up on the concert: Spring 1, Autumn 3, Winter 1, Winter 3. These are a great mix of lighter more happier songs (spring and autumn to a degree) and more heavier, even darker songs such as winter.

But you'll truly miss out if you don't listen to it all :)

Btw, don't think I'm some elite musical scholar and let that make you skip listening to them. I only know of this music because of the leftovers. Before I found Richters music you were likely to catch me listening to Mobb Deep, Gutterdrunk (gangster rap and punk) and many things in-between. But nothing so "fancy" as this
My extent of classical (if that's the right word) was Moonlight Sonata and Aria Queen of the Night by Diana Damaru (which is unreal btw. Her vocal chords are unwordly) Both of which I found from movies.

Anyhow. Stay safe A.D. Even more importantly, stay free. Catch you on the flipside.



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Marc Siste

If they don't play this at my funeral, I'm not going.

shaughnessy17

😂

Faith Anne

This comment is perfection though.

AMETHYST GEM

@makeuplily The movie is originally in Spanish

AMETHYST GEM

Me either!

Kenan Lukac

Damn... I didn't know not going was an option.

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Alexis Skelton

To all the people who are touched by this music. What beautiful souls you must have.

Eva YT

Thank you x

kid total

thank you!)

Hales

Thanks, stranger.

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