Which is higher than peoples' eyes For you to be self-cognized. They will show you the truth And bestow on you the wisdom source. Though they're not Howard's strongest thematic gestures by far, they work very well at what the film strove forsubtlety. Jeonggeul ane gachin Du mari gachi no need to worry, love is just a game Hit that high. Well, I'm here to remind you that a film score's primary function is to serve the film for which it is written, and as such, James Newton Howard's The Sixth Sense is a nigh-perfect example of superior craftsmanship. Ni mamdaero geu son ppeotjimara geudaero sit, sit, geureochi, geureochi Bin teumeul jul ttaekkaji gidarida geu ttae kiss, kiss,frenchy, frenchy Neo gajigo inneun chogeul jom deo nopi seugo Jeo chawoneul neomeo oneun neukkime neol matgigo.
Don't leave this sacred place Here's all origins and ends And remember to seize the days Follow your sixth sense. Try again to forget The pain of growing wings Now you're falling, so let Your spirit trust the winds. As for the finale, it's the culmination of all of the fine examples of perfect mood, presence, and timing displayed in the score. Gildeullyeojil suga eobseo naneun jeoldae don't touch,touch, rush it, rush it Meolliseo bwado neoreul ireukineun nae nun bichi bichi, guilty, guilty Mok mareuneun ne eolguren ttambanguri maechigo Nalkaroun nae sonkkeuten ne saljeomi maechigo. Listen to no more lies Your inner voice alone Can be your guiding light Live a life your own. The bubble in champagne Teojineun good pain no need to worry, love is just a game Hit that high.
Enigmatic treasures In this final well Key for every question Pearl for every shell. Don't believe in rumors Sense will show the road Leading to the universe To your real abode. . When you've abandoned Hopes for salvation All of a sudden Dawns inspiration Breaking through the ceiling Rises a rainbow Something you're feeling But cannot name now. James Newton Howard proves himself once again a master of his craft. And maybe it's just me, but I also think that it makes for quite a listening experience.
In brief, this is an album which perfectly captures the mood of a film whose success was almost entirely due to it's mood. . . . .
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