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The verses begin with a D64 chord, weakening the impression of an A key center, and is followed by a B minor6 chord, which does not strongly suggest the dominant (v) chord of E.[22][27] As the verse develops, it gravitates closer to the key of E on the lines "you never need to doubt it / I'll make you so sure about it" before entering the hook line, "God only knows what I'd be without you", which begins with a return to an A major chord on the "God only" portion.[22] The verse and refrain then repeats, this time with the addition of a string ensemble, before entering the next section of the composition.[22]




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Responding to the group's growing popularity among the British, a promotional film for the song, directed by band publicist Derek Taylor, was filmed for the UK's Top of the Pops on April 25.[60] The film featured the group (minus Johnston) at Lake Arrowhead, flailing around in grotesque horror masks and playing Old Maid.[71] The clip originally ran for five minutes and incorporated excerpts of "Wouldn't It Be Nice", "Here Today", and "God Only Knows". Due to concerns from the BBC over the horror masks, the clip was later trimmed and re-cut to feature only "God Only Knows".[72] It premiered on BBC-1 on August 4, with a repeat airing on September 1.[60]


This script was born purely out of budgetary restrictions as writers Whannell and Wan deliberately wanted to write a horror film as cheaply as possible. One that they could finance themselves. Inspired by low-budget movies such as Pi and The Blair Witch Project, they decided on the concept of two actors, one room, and one dead body. Easily one of the best screenplays to read for horror writers.


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It's at this point that I will say no more about what happens next. Suffice to say, it quickly becomes apparent that the pain, anguish, and borderline hysteria on full display in the opening scenes is only a mere prelude for the incredible amount of physical and emotional brutality to come. I will also point out that the film involves the work of special effects artist Carlo Rambaldi and his contribution is so far removed, both in looks and temperament, from E.T., the character he presented to the world the very next year, that it seems impossible they both came from the same person.


Cracking our top 10 is Peter Gabriel's '80s rock song that was cemented in movie culture with the 1989 movie "Say Anything" (the same film that gave our earlier pick's band name). "In Your Eyes" manages to transcend its cheesiness and strike a romantic chord in our hearts every time.


Music and film go together like Batman and growling. The emotion in the drama is boosted by sympathetic treatment from the soundtrack, so that when an upsetting situation meets the right musical accompaniment, it will provoke a mass outbreak of sniffles. BBC film critic Mark Kermode (a self-confessed cinema sobber) knows this too well, and it's a cornerstone of his new Radio 2 series Celluloid Jukebox.


Sometimes you don't need the context of a story to get the full picture from a film soundtrack. John Williams' theme from Schindler's List carries all the grand tragedy of the film's horrific subject matter - the Holocaust - in its melody. It's a tune that, with its searing violin, invokes the grand melancholy of Eastern European folk music and Jewish traditional music too, but played with enormous weight, as if this is the only conceivable way of expressing a huge and crushing hurt.


ABBA can rightly lay claim to having produced some of the most devastating songs in pop, from Knowing Me, Knowing You to The Winner Takes it All, and a good many of them are featured heavily in Mamma Mia!, the jukebox musical that became a movie. However, it's Slipping Through My Fingers, a lesser-known meditation on the dying days of motherhood from their 1981 album The Visitors, that carries the greatest emotional wallop in the film.


The immediacy of his emotions, together with Wiz Khalifa's philosophical verses on family and loss, not only fit the themes in the film - it plays as the characters Brian O'Conner and Dominic Toretto drive off in different directions, having said their goodbyes - but the mood of the production crew and the audience watching. And you wouldn't need to know any of this to understand this as a song trying to make sense of a sudden and devastating loss.


Just the right song I needed to hear. It has lift my spirit even in this moment of fears in my life God only knows am not giving up on Him anymore, I will keep on trusting on Him no matter how long He takes to hear me and hug me. God only knows. Amen


I run past you with a thirsty heart.Sorry, I couldn't do anything-you won't even let us share our pain with each other.In order to live purelyI face your back and leavewithout turning backon the lonely railI'll follow you.No matter where you are in thedarkness of this bitter worldyou will shine,and exceed the limits of the future.To prevent your spirit from being brokenbecause of your weaknessyou converge with my way.Now, God bless us...I send my now passionate feelings-they melt realitythen just hover there suspended.There's no reason for mewanting to see you.I pour my feelings into you, lovin' youLet's at least imagineonly beautiful dreams, as we chase after themfor your lonely heartStop it, lying isn't like you.Look into my eyesand let's speak of what will be.I'm prepared-even for a bleak future.Become strong and you mighteven be able to change fate, you know.Though I want my wish to be granted,God knows everything...You're here, and I'm here-all the others have disappeared.By sketching the beautyof our fleeting dream,we're just tracing our scarsThat's why I'll follow you.No matter where you are in thedarkness of this bitter worldyou will shine,and exceed the limits of the future.To prevent your spirit from being brokenbecause of your weaknessyou converge with my way.Now, God bless us...


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