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Can Anyone Recognise This Tune And Where It Came From?

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711 | 22:08 Wed 29th Jul 2020 | Music
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I`ve heard this many times but can`t fathom where it`s from. This is my version of the tune - not the original. Hear it on this link:-
https://soundcloud.com/alan-hale-427634491/untitled-223

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Yes it sounds familiar, I just cant get the lyrics! From the 70s/ 80s I think!
Is it a mainly piano based tune?
& that end bit is repeated?
On the first listen Fairy tale of New York Sprang to mind.
It meant nothing until I heard one bit near the end where the note suddenly goes up. Maybe George Benson, Billy Joel... Hope it comes to me
Not the song Im thinking of Ark x
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I`m not sure of the instrumentation of the original. It may be instrumental with no lyrics.
The song I'm thinking it is has a lone male voice.
I made it through the rain by Barry manilow?
Bot that. I want to sing "we're almost there"
I can sing it if that helps ..... ;0)
I have this song Im singi g, just. ot the lyrics! Ive just bummed it to my daughter who like me recognised it, but can't identify it! Grrrrr!
* hummed it*
Have you tried Shazam?
To me its the last few notes/chords... after they've being played I seem to think it ups tempo and key slightly... I'll keep working on it.
seconds 22-24 sounds so familiar. male voice I'm sure
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Not "I made it through the rain." It could be from a TV series - Maybe a signature tune. I think the end bit is repeated.
It does Ark, and has a lone male voice singing over it.
So frustrating that I can't play it on a loop- that Justin Beiber track keeps coming in and throws me off track
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I`ll pick this up again in the morning.

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