I see a planet that’s glowing red,
I see the millions burning in their beds,
I see the beauty that might have been,
torn from the future by hungry men.

I have the same dream every night,
I wake up shaking in the morning light, 
I don’t know what could be expected of me, 
I only know that I believe what i see.

and you — do you see what I see?
yeah you — do you see what I see? 

this isn’t quite the way I thought it would be, 
it seems they want to make a symbol of me. 
I have the power that can keep us alive,
it’s a sugar coated pill and it’s bitter inside. 

I have the same dream every night,
I wake up shaking in the morning light, 
I don’t know what could be expected of me, 
I only know that I believe what i see.

and you — do you see what I see?
yeah you — do you see what I see?

venusplus:

Tenderness - Yehudi Menuhin and Ravi Shankar.

Thanks Raghu!

diem perdidi: Michael Ferber - A Dictionary of Literary Symbols: Music of the Spheres

anhelos:

The Pythagoreans believed (according to Aristotle, De caelo) that the stars make sounds as they move, and since their speeds are in the same ratios as musical concordances, the entire sound they produce is a harmony. We cannot hear it, for it is a constant background sound in our ears from birth….

so this picture is totally from this music video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C70SnkZETc0&list=FLwCx_bL1FXizBnPpjidd5jg&index=5&feature=plpp_video
The Honey Trees - “To be with You”

so this picture is totally from this music video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C70SnkZETc0&list=FLwCx_bL1FXizBnPpjidd5jg&index=5&feature=plpp_video

The Honey Trees - “To be with You”

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furose:

Room of Angel (Silent Hill 4); Akira Yamaoka

channel58:

Nominated for Best Editing and Best Visual Effects at the VMA 2011. And rightly so.

Life flashes by in this video for Simple Math, by Manchester Orchestra.

  

awizardinthetardis:

Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons

  

meguhime:

colourbomb:

Elegy for Dunkirk - Dario Marianelli

(Favorite track— and the most poignant, in my opinion. The strings. The soldiers singing. The long shot of the beach in the film only adds to its impact.)

  

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