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#1 Stephen Speicher

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Posted 23 June 2006 - 06:09 PM

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#2 JRoberts

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Posted 23 June 2006 - 06:47 PM

Many people may not have heard of this song. I first heard it from an awful movie (the very beginning of Closer plays the full song). The only thing I took away from the movie was the beauty of this song.

Damien Rice's voice is truly amazing and peaceful, while at the same time romantic and passionate. I get chills when I hear this song :unsure:.
Rome was founded and extended by the labors of those men of old; their descendants made Rome more hideous while it stood than when it fell. For in the ruin of the city it was stone and timber which fell to the ground; but in the lives of those Romans we saw the collapse not of material but of moral defenses, not of material but of spiritual grandeur. The lust that burned in their hearts was more deadly than the flame which consumed their dwellings.

-St. Augustine




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