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The Cinematic Orchestra - To Build a Home

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Published on Dec 12, 2007

This video for Radar Festival. Director - Dmitry Semenov.
Website: http://dmsemenov.ru/
http://www.youtube.com/DmitrySemenov

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UrbanBoatingLee
Nothing better than crying to this song on Christmas day. I needed this.
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Francesco Pirelli7
Step Up 4 Revolution. I love this song! <3
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saul ibarra
this reminds me that I should be happy because there are people who don't have a home or barely have one and it's OK to be sad or mad because in life it is all about learning from challenges :) It doesn't have to end now
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Hunzo de Wolde
This song reminds me of yesterday :') i ate a big mac but after 15 min it was gone. You will always be in my heart <3
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Adam O&#39;Reilly
When the oreo crumbles as you dip it in the milk 😢 #neverforget
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adamdy95
feel the hollowness. somewhere, in this huge universe or another dimension, with alternate ways of life there is someone. Someone who craves the feeling of love, craves affection, adventures, knowledge, new places, to see new people, new cultures, different languages, to create art in different kind of ways. But this specific individual is just.. stuck. Thinking that (s)he couldn't do the stuff (s)he desires..
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camille biron
Why is nobody talking about how perfect and calming is the voice of Patrick Watson?
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Natasha TT
I want this song played at my funeral.
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The Anime Man
And this, ladies and gentlemen, is how real music is made.
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V.E. Gray
I think this song resonates with so many people (besides the actual song itself because it's so freaking beautiful) is that it's been used EVERYWHERE which it should be. It's an emotionally wrecking song that makes everyone feel so much, doesn't matter who you are. It's been used so much during very pivotal moments in film and television it also has an emotional memory attached to it.
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