Regina Spektor- The Call

A video to Regina Spektor‘s “The Call” from The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian Soundtrack.

REGINA SPEKTOR- THE CALL

It started out as a feeling
Which then grew into a hope
Which then turned into a quiet thought
Which then turned into a quiet word

And then that word grew louder and louder
Till it was a battle cry
I’ll come back
When you call me
No need to say goodbye

Just because everything’s changing
Doesn’t mean it’s never been this way before
All you can do is try to know who your friends are
As you head off to the war

Pick a star on the dark horizon
And follow the light
You’ll come back when it’s over
No need to say goodbye

You’ll come back when it’s over
No need to say goodbye

Now we’re back to the beginning
It’s just a feeling and no one knows yet
But just because they can’t feel it too
Doesn’t mean that you have to forget

Let your memories grow stronger and stronger
Till they’re before your eyes
You’ll come back
When they call you
No need to say goodbye

You’ll come back
When they call you
No need to say goodbye…

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4 responses to “Regina Spektor- The Call

  1. Couldn’t finish listening…it’s achingly beautiful. “i’ll come back when you call me…” too many memories flooded in!

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    • Why is it that some among us can voice such ardent feelings, and sound …as if we were the ones feeling all along? Isn’t Regina one of those special people in our lives to which we turn for feeling, for memories, for hope and validation? I think she is, I discover in most of her music, a voice so close to my own. I’m glad that you did too Brook. Thank you for your line: It make me feel that I reached today to another’s soul and feelings!

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      • I had not heard Regina sing until here…her voice is beautiful. Yes…we turn to special people for feeling, hope, validation…people who feel so deeply and must express that feeling are special and brave and sometimes misunderstood…it’s not always easy to feel things to the point those feelings reach others as well. You’re welcome!

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      • Wonderful comment Brook, Thank you! You will hear more of Regina’s music here, I promise! There are other young musicians that we have to discover: I just run into some great music on Jango, which I failed to frequent as often as I used to, before euzicasa.

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