Tom Green
SOME DAY IT'LL ALL COME RIGHT
By: Tom Green
Catalog ID: 376961   Duration: 1:44   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 118   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dramatic Music | Contemplative, considering, evaluating music
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Positive but thoughtful solo piano piece, hinting at better times to come but they're not here yet. Romantic and hospital dramas, soap operas, history documentaries.   Keywords: Absorbed, Abstracted, Attentive, Cogitative, Contemplative, Dreamy, Grave, Musing, Pondering, Preoccupied, Reflecting, Reflective, Ruminating Serious Film TV



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