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  1. My epic final fight scene theme

    Thanks for your feedback. Lastly, here are the rest of my new tunes. I am only sharing to you the tunes I am making for now and not fully perfected songs. I think I have some great, catchy tunes and that was what I was wanting to share for now until I become a professional composer later on who is able to create fully perfected songs. https://soundcloud.com/user-432115982/sets/my-best-themes
  2. My epic final fight scene theme

    I have created tunes and themes in my mind through pure emotion (inspiration) alone and nothing else. Music is something very emotional and all that is needed to create great and catchy tunes in your mind is just pure inspiration/emotion alone. The more emotion you channel in your mind, the better the tune you are very likely to create since it is that much more likely to be a more emotionally profound, powerful, and compelling tune. These tunes are, to me, catchy, compelling, and convey powerful and profound emotion whether that emotion be something that makes people want to get up and dance or something else. It's the melodies themselves that convey this to me and not just the instruments I've chosen. Even though I perceive these tunes as great and catchy, I do not know how others would perceive them. Just because I perceive them as great and catchy does not make it so which is why the feedback of others is so important. I have made some improvisations over the last tunes I have created and, hopefully, these new tunes will convey what I describe them to be. My melodies might also be very basic, but it is well known that even basic melodies convey powerful and profound emotion. Haven't you ever listened to a simple theme or tune that was catchy, famous, and conveyed something powerful and great? So, here are my new tunes. I am only sharing to you the tunes I am making for now and not fully perfected songs. I think I have some great, catchy tunes and that was what I was wanting to share for now until I become a professional composer later on who is able to create fully perfected songs. I am currently a complete beginner at composing and have yet to learn. Nonetheless, our brains are still more than capable of creating any great work of art in our minds whether it be tunes or landscapes. Even people who are not artists or educated are able to have dreams, psychedelic trips, and near death experiences where they witness whole new artistic landscapes whether it be heavenly and hellish landscapes or music. These are crafts that skilled artists themselves would create. Therefore, our brains are already natural artists and they can already create amazing masterpieces on their own. That is how I was able to create these amazing tunes in my mind. I did not require any education, training, dreams, psychedelic trips, or near death experiences to pull it off. All that was needed to bring out the brain's amazing, natural, artistic capabilities was pure inspiration alone. Using the brain's amazing natural capability, I can create any next best amazing theme whether it be the next best Zelda theme, Super Mario theme, or any theme in general. Even though I am perhaps a savant mentally since I create these amazing tunes in my mind, the problem arises when artists such as myself attempt to convey their envisioned masterpieces in the real, physical world. In order to successfully convey your vision, then that might require much knowledge and training on how to do it. Or maybe not. I really don't know. Maybe there is a shortcut (a way for me to successfully convey my themes now). That is why I am sharing to you these amazing themes I hear right now despite not being educated and trained. Hopefully, these amazing themes will become coherent for the listener and their great and catchy power conveyed. https://soundcloud.com/user-432115982/sets/my-best-themes
  3. My new Shadow the Hedgehog theme

    There is something quite strange, fascinating, and intriguing going on that I would like to share to you. When I made a very brief Michael Jackson song in my mind from certain lyrics, that tune in my mind actually matched the greatness and catchy quality of one of MJ's actual tunes. I have put down the notes to that tune and, when I listened to it, it really was that great. But I then went to the gym to work out, I came back home, and I listened to it again. This time, it was all just a bunch of notes that didn't convey anything. Sure, it might classify as an actual tune, but this tune was now no different than if someone plucked out any old random keys on the keyboard. I have lost the memory of what that tune was actually supposed to be. I managed to conjure up that memory and then all of that randomness faded away in that instant. That tune was back to being perceived as that great and mighty MJ tune I came up with in my mind. Therefore, I can clearly gather from this that what I am producing does not match up with the great tunes in my mind. I have a memory of those great tunes in my mind and these memories blind me from seeing the flaws of the tunes I have produced in the real, physical world. It's no wonder why so many people hate my tunes and why I become so frustrated because I think it's all great with no flaws when, in reality, a memory of the real great tunes in my mind are only blinding me from perceiving the flaws/randomness of the reproduced tunes. I mean, I think I might have gotten the notes and rests right with my reproduced tunes. But something is missing to make these tunes the great ones I hear in my mind rather than random tunes and I don't know how to explain it. Even if I shared my tunes and they were deemed as something great or beautiful, then I would have no way of knowing whether they were entirely different tunes that conveyed something beautiful than the tunes I had in mind, if they were the real produced tunes I heard in my mind being shared, or if they were just random tunes that others simply deemed as great and beautiful. If only I could have two perceptions going on at once where I would be able to perceive both how the tunes really are in the physical world and, at the same time, have the memory of the actual tune I hear in my mind. But it seems as though the memory completely alters my perception of the reproduced tunes and transforms these tunes into the ones I hear in my mind. Thus, I am being fooled and blinded from seeing how the tunes really are in the physical world. This is all neuroscience and how my brain works, unfortunately. I wish my brain would allow those two perceptions. That way, I could produce real music rather than being fooled into thinking it is real music and real themes that convey the emotions I describe when all it really was in the physical world was just random keys being plucked out on a keyboard or other instrument. Therefore, that is why I have to resort to continually performing this little experiment where I present my tunes, see how others respond to them, and make adjustments to my tunes if others respond to them with disgust or if they have a sort of apathetic response to them. I then present the modified tunes and hope that people eventually get the real amazing theme I was trying to convey all along. Here is my newest tune. This is a tune I made that expresses Amy transforming into her super form. I have made use of lyrics in the creation of this tune. I don't remember the lyrics, but me creating lyrics is the best way for me to articulate tunes. Maybe lyrics is all I need to come up with great tunes. One last thing here. This tune would actually be a tune taken from Amy Rose's new theme song. Basically, her new theme song is being stated briefly and summarized into this simple tune to express the transformation into her super form. If you have ever watched certain cartoons or anime where you hear the full theme song of a character, there are moments where the theme is stated very briefly in one tune for certain moments. Here is my best theme so far which is that new Michael Jackson song I mentioned earlier: I would like to say one last thing here which is very relevant. I have actually created a new funny Family Guy scene. It is my best one and I will present it here since it is very relevant to what it is I have to say next: I would like to say one last thing here which is very relevant. I have actually created a new funny Family Guy scene. It is my best one and I will present it here since it is very relevant to what it is I have to say next: My Best Family Guy Funny Scene: Quagmire is acting like a pervert as usual and his women are a bit tired of it. They ask him why he has to always be such a pervert all the time. Quagmire responds by saying that being a pervert is a completely natural and wild instinct. He then asks: "Did you know that wolves are perverts, too?" The scene then changes over to a wolf in humanoid form next to an attractive woman. The wolf says: "I will huff, I will puff, and I will blow your blouse down!" This scene, in my honest opinion, would fit perfectly well with all of the other funny scenes in Family Guy. There are those types of funny scenes in Family Guy that make us chuckle a little and then there are those scenes that make us laugh. I think this scene of mine is one that would make one laugh. If you were to present this joke of mine to Family Guy fans, I bet they would tell you that this funny scene I made is pure gold and that it would literally be one of those funny scenes in Family Guy that would make one laugh. They would tell you that it would be very memorable. As a matter of fact, if I were to go up to the producers of Family Guy and present this scene to them, I bet they would also think the same way. I bet they would really want to take my scene and use it in the show. But many people out there do not find the funny scenes in Family Guy to be funny at all. But then there are many people out there who do find these scenes funny. It could be the case that these other people who don't find them funny are just having too high of a standard to appreciate and embrace their comical greatness. This means that if anyone finds my made up scene unfunny, then the scene really is comical and other people are just having factors that are preventing them from embracing, seeing, and appreciating its comical greatness. Another factor could be that this just isn't their style of humor. Therefore, if I were to fully learn how to make real music, I created some amazing themes, presented them to others, and others did not like them, then all of those factors I mentioned here could also be at work when it comes to my themes not being liked. Like I said before, there are simple forms of art such as simple, compelling themes as well as simple, compelling funny scenes such as the funny scene I made up. Then there are complicated and well crafted songs, themes, funny scenes, and works of art. Never dismiss the simplistic art forms since they, again, have a lot of soul to them. I have even heard people say that Michael Jackson's music was like kindergarten level music due to their high musical standards. As you can see here, such factors only serve to blind people from the greatness, soul, and power that MJ's music has. People have been profoundly moved by his music and having such high standards or other factors, in a way, makes you like a machine who cannot experience and embrace the soul of MJ's music or other artworks. If my funny scene or MJ's music is simply not your style, then I would put no blame on you for not liking my funny scene, MJ's music, or any other artwork for that matter. But if there are those other unjustified factors at work instead contributing to your disliking of any work of art, then I see every bit wrong with that. But like I was saying, the very fact that I am able to come up with such golden Family Guy funny scenes makes it quite plausible that I am also coming up with these amazing tunes and themes I describe in my head. I could literally be coming up with the next best Zelda tunes and themes or the next best MJ tunes. I can't prove that, but it makes it quite plausible. After all, since I have proven to you with these funny Family Guy scenes that I do have a level of creativity that is golden, then why can't that golden creativity also apply to coming up with music in my head? I have never studied up on comedy and I was able to come up with this amazing funny scene through pure instinct alone and the same thing could apply to coming up with these amazing themes in my mind. In other words, I have a natural talent. I come up with certain ideas or works of art that match the greatness of whatever it is I was creating my ideas for whether it be funny Family Guy scenes, Michael Jackson songs, the next best Zelda tunes, etc. Of course, as I said before, articulating this funny scene was very easy since I know the English language and I know the proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation. But when it comes to articulating (reproducing) these amazing themes I hear in my mind, that is a whole different story and is something far more difficult since, apparently, there is far more to getting your themes across than having the right notes and the right rests. Like I said earlier though, I might have gotten some notes and rests wrong. However, I did my best. I will say a few things here before moving on. Humor and music are naturally wired into us. That is why there are so many people out there who can naturally come up with golden comedy scenes without ever having studied up and trained in comedy. The same thing applies to many people having a natural talent in coming up with the next best themes in their own minds. But anyway, I am speaking words of wisdom and truth here and you should listen to me. You should not dismiss my musical claims as nonsense or that of an inflated ego. As I said before in one of my packets, I am a messenger of truth and I am not trying to insult anybody, not trying to inflate my ego, and I have every justified reason to be convinced that these themes I hear in my mind truly are that great as I describe them to be. As a matter of fact, you shouldn't dismiss my worldview that I explain in my book and other packet since these could very well be words of truth and wisdom, too, despite how much nonsense it might all seem to you right now. I instead see every justified reason to treat me with honor, praise, respect, glory, and to see me as having every right to my own personal values without deeming said values as spoiled, childish, etc. I would actually like to say one last thing. That is, if you were to, for example, present just the notes themselves of the song "Amazing Grace" without all the other elements such as chords, bass line, etc., then it wouldn't be as powerful as the fully perfected Amazing Grace. But the power of the simplistic Amazing Grace can still be appreciated and embraced anyway since that beautiful power is still there on some level. People can still get the idea of what it is and it is this idea that can be embraced and appreciated. That is what I was trying to do with my themes. But, again, it failed either because people were just having other factors and high standards or my themes really did sound like random tunes due to the fact that there is something missing that I am unaware of to make them the real amazing themes I have in my mind.
  4. My new Shadow the Hedgehog theme

    Important Note to Reader: It is all about the profound and powerful emotions/personalities that these themes of mine convey. That is what makes them great. Sure, having a well crafted piece would certainly make it better. But as long as I have gotten my themes across to you and the powerful and profound emotion that they convey, then that is what matters, that is what makes my themes great, and that is what makes them worthy of praise and glorification in addition to any constructive criticism. Now, I plan on making a full song, but it won't have any chords to it. It would just be the main part of the song going on. I will let you know when I have made that full song. I notice people are not taking much of a liking to the tunes I have presented which is why a full song is my last effort. I never had any lyrics in the creation of my tunes. Perhaps this is the reason why my tunes are terrible is because I have a difficult time reproducing the notes I hear without the lyrics to make it easier. But when I create a song, I will have actual lyrics now. Even if I were to add lyrics to those original tunes I heard, for whatever reason, it is no longer the original tune. The original Zelda tune I heard in my mind, as I explain later on, was the best one and I just can't seem to make out the notes of the original tune I had. I mean, it is still there, but I can't make out the notes. But I will give you a hint. It sort of looks like the structure of notes that I present on the music sheet that shows you my Zelda tune. So, maybe all is needed is to make some minor adjustments to convey that personality I describe later on. You see, if I have a tune first in my mind and then try to replicate it, then I have a difficult time. But if I have the lyrics first and then create a tune based off of the lyrics, then that makes matters much more easier. I do not understand this, but this is just the way it works with me. I would like to say one last thing that is important here. I would like to say that simple melodies or themes that convey powerful and profound emotion should never be dismissed as themes that are stale, bland, not good, etc. There are video games and other anime with simple, catchy, and memorable themes that convey such emotion. Sure, my simple theme might not suit Shadow the Hedgehog, but it is a simple theme that conveys that powerful, dramatic, and profound emotion. Therefore, from my perspective, this theme of mine is actually one of those catchy, simple, compelling themes. I might have simply applied it wrongly to Shadow the Hedgehog. But like I was saying, for anybody to deem simple and compelling themes as nothing good or that great would mean you are having too high of a musical standard. This heightened musical standard prevents you from truly appreciating and embracing the power, drama, and profoundness that such themes have. This tune, in addition to the Shadow one, is supposed to express the Twilight Princess version of Link from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. It expresses a powerful and intense love and compassion that Link has in saving another person's life. The tune starts out being sung softly at a higher octave by a female choir. It is then sung powerfully at the lower octave by a male choir. However, I chose to not use choirs for this theme since they sounded bland and stale. This is why I have chosen to use a synth instead since that sounded much more vibrant. Remember, it's about the tune itself and you can set the instrument choice aside. Furthermore, the type of choir I hear in my mind is top of the class and the software I use does not have such advanced choir. I am, at this point, only sharing to you the tunes I have. I have no harmony, chords, or anything else to it since I am not yet educated in this area of music. If I was educated on some level, then I forgot. But the thing is, I am quite sure the tunes themselves and their power can get across to other people who listen to them even without the harmony, chords, proper choir/instruments, etc. That is what I was wanting to do now is to get my tunes as they are across to others. This is because I am excited over these amazing, compelling, and powerful tunes I hear in my mind and I don't want to wait to share them. I do not want to have to wait until I am fully educated. But if these produced tunes are still deemed as stale, lame, or not good, then, for whatever strange reason, the produced tunes are not matching up with what I hear in my mind. It could be that or it could be the case that the tunes themselves are correct, but none of it can get across without the harmony, chords, proper instrumentation, etc. But, like I said before, at least look at the structure of my tunes since they have a pattern of notes. My themes have actual structure and aren't just random notes placed everywhere. I have been coming up with these interesting themes in my mind and it really seems like I have full access in my head to create any sort of catchy and compelling tune I want. As a matter of fact, my goal would be to create an actual song in my mind later on and I think I have full access to creating any sort of song I want.
  5. My new Shadow the Hedgehog theme

    I have noticed quite some down ratings on my theme. Therefore, I can conclude that the produced theme I have presented is either not that great or no good at all. I have tried one last thing in order for this great and awesome theme I hear in my mind to get across to you and others. I have changed the scale of the notes. If that doesn't work, then I am done here because it seems that I need full knowledge in music theory and that I need full training in order to convey the real amazing theme I hear in my mind. Again, ignore the instrument choice and focus on the theme itself since the theme conveys the powerful emotion I described:
  6. My new Shadow the Hedgehog theme

    I think all of the information I have presented earlier was too much for others to read. Therefore, I will just share this bit of important information before presenting my tunes/themes. There is something quite strange, fascinating, and intriguing going on that I would like to share to you. When I made a very brief Michael Jackson song in my mind from certain lyrics, that tune in my mind actually matched the greatness and catchy quality of one of MJ's actual tunes. I have put down the notes to that tune and, when I listened to it, it really was that great. But I then went to the gym to work out, I came back home, and I listened to it again. This time, it was all just a bunch of notes that didn't convey anything. Sure, it might classify as an actual tune, but this tune was now no different than if someone plucked out any old random keys on the keyboard. I have lost the memory of what that tune was actually supposed to be. I managed to conjure up that memory and then all of that randomness faded away in that instant. That tune was back to being perceived as that great and mighty MJ tune I came up with in my mind. Therefore, I can clearly gather from this that what I am producing does not match up with the great tunes in my mind. I have a memory of those great tunes in my mind and these memories blind me from seeing the flaws of the tunes I have produced in the real, physical world. It's no wonder why so many people hate my tunes and why I become so frustrated because I think it's all great with no flaws when, in reality, a memory of the real great tunes in my mind are only blinding me from perceiving the flaws/randomness of the reproduced tunes. I mean, I think I might have gotten the notes and rests right with my reproduced tunes. But something is missing to make these tunes the great ones I hear in my mind rather than random tunes and I don't know how to explain it. Even if I shared my tunes and they were deemed as something great or beautiful, then I would have no way of knowing whether they were entirely different tunes that conveyed something beautiful than the tunes I had in mind, if they were the real produced tunes I heard in my mind being shared, or if they were just random tunes that others simply deemed as great and beautiful. If only I could have two perceptions going on at once where I would be able to perceive both how the tunes really are in the physical world and, at the same time, have the memory of the actual tune I hear in my mind. But it seems as though the memory completely alters my perception of the reproduced tunes and transforms these tunes into the ones I hear in my mind. Thus, I am being fooled and blinded from seeing how the tunes really are in the physical world. This is all neuroscience and how my brain works, unfortunately. I wish my brain would allow those two perceptions. That way, I could produce real music rather than being fooled into thinking it is real music and real themes that convey the emotions I describe when all it really was in the physical world was just random keys being plucked out on a keyboard or other instrument. Therefore, that is why I have to resort to continually performing this little experiment where I present my tunes, see how others respond to them, and make adjustments to my tunes if others respond to them with disgust or if they have a sort of apathetic response to them. I then present the modified tunes and hope that people eventually get the real amazing theme I was trying to convey all along. Here is my newest tune. This is a tune I made that expresses Amy transforming into her super form. I have made use of lyrics in the creation of this tune. I don't remember the lyrics, but me creating lyrics is the best way for me to articulate tunes. Maybe lyrics is all I need to come up with great tunes. One last thing here. This tune would actually be a tune taken from Amy Rose's new theme song. Basically, her new theme song is being stated briefly and summarized into this simple tune to express the transformation into her super form. If you have ever watched certain cartoons or anime where you hear the full theme song of a character, there are moments where the theme is stated very briefly in one tune for certain moments. Here is my best theme so far which is that new Michael Jackson song I mentioned earlier: This tune, in addition to the Shadow one, is supposed to express the Twilight Princess version of Link from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. It expresses a powerful and intense love and compassion that Link has in saving another person's life. The tune starts out being sung softly at a higher octave by a female choir. It is then sung powerfully at the lower octave by a male choir. However, the choir I am using for this new theme for Link is not top of the class. Remember, it's about the tune itself and you can set the instrument choice aside. Furthermore, the type of choir I hear in my mind is top of the class and the software I use does not have such advanced choir. I am, at this point, only sharing to you the tunes I have. I have no harmony, chords, or anything else to it since I am not yet educated in this area of music. If I was educated on some level, then I forgot. But the thing is, I am quite sure the tunes themselves and their power can get across to other people who listen to them even without the harmony, chords, proper choir/instruments, etc. That is what I was wanting to do now is to get my tunes as they are across to others. This is because I am excited over these amazing, compelling, and powerful tunes I hear in my mind and I don't want to wait to share them. I do not want to have to wait until I am fully educated. But if these produced tunes are still deemed as stale, lame, or not good, then, for whatever strange reason, the produced tunes are not matching up with what I hear in my mind. It could be that or it could be the case that the tunes themselves are correct, but none of it can get across without the harmony, chords, proper instrumentation, etc. But, like I said before, at least look at the structure of my tunes since they have a pattern of notes. My themes have actual structure and aren't just random notes placed everywhere. I have been coming up with these interesting themes in my mind and it really seems like I have full access in my head to create any sort of catchy and compelling tune I want. As a matter of fact, my goal would be to create an actual song in my mind later on and I think I have full access to creating any sort of song I want. This tune expresses Shadow the Hedgehog. If it doesn't really express him, then it is supposed to be a dark, powerful, dramatic, catchy, simple theme, nonetheless. I would like to say one last thing here which is very relevant. I have actually created a new funny Family Guy scene. It is my best one and I will present it here since it is very relevant to what it is I have to say next: My Best Family Guy Funny Scene: Quagmire is acting like a pervert as usual and his women are a bit tired of it. They ask him why he has to always be such a pervert all the time. Quagmire responds by saying that being a pervert is a completely natural and wild instinct. He then asks: "Did you know that wolves are perverts, too?" The scene then changes over to a wolf in humanoid form next to an attractive woman. The wolf says: "I will huff, I will puff, and I will blow your blouse down!" This scene, in my honest opinion, would fit perfectly well with all of the other funny scenes in Family Guy. There are those types of funny scenes in Family Guy that make us chuckle a little and then there are those scenes that make us laugh. I think this scene of mine is one that would make one laugh. If you were to present this joke of mine to Family Guy fans, I bet they would tell you that this funny scene I made is pure gold and that it would literally be one of those funny scenes in Family Guy that would make one laugh. They would tell you that it would be very memorable. As a matter of fact, if I were to go up to the producers of Family Guy and present this scene to them, I bet they would also think the same way. I bet they would really want to take my scene and use it in the show. But many people out there do not find the funny scenes in Family Guy to be funny at all. But then there are many people out there who do find these scenes funny. It could be the case that these other people who don't find them funny are just having too high of a standard to appreciate and embrace their comical greatness. This means that if anyone finds my made up scene unfunny, then the scene really is comical and other people are just having factors that are preventing them from embracing, seeing, and appreciating its comical greatness. Another factor could be that this just isn't their style of humor. Therefore, if I were to fully learn how to make real music, I created some amazing themes, presented them to others, and others did not like them, then all of those factors I mentioned here could also be at work when it comes to my themes not being liked. Like I said before, there are simple forms of art such as simple, compelling themes as well as simple, compelling funny scenes such as the funny scene I made up. Then there are complicated and well crafted songs, themes, funny scenes, and works of art. Never dismiss the simplistic art forms since they, again, have a lot of soul to them. I have even heard people say that Michael Jackson's music was like kindergarten level music due to their high musical standards. As you can see here, such factors only serve to blind people from the greatness, soul, and power that MJ's music has. People have been profoundly moved by his music and having such high standards or other factors, in a way, makes you like a machine who cannot experience and embrace the soul of MJ's music or other artworks. If my funny scene or MJ's music is simply not your style, then I would put no blame on you for not liking my funny scene, MJ's music, or any other artwork for that matter. But if there are those other unjustified factors at work instead contributing to your disliking of any work of art, then I see every bit wrong with that. But like I was saying, the very fact that I am able to come up with such golden Family Guy funny scenes makes it quite plausible that I am also coming up with these amazing tunes and themes I describe in my head. I could literally be coming up with the next best Zelda tunes and themes or the next best MJ tunes. I can't prove that, but it makes it quite plausible. After all, since I have proven to you with these funny Family Guy scenes that I do have a level of creativity that is golden, then why can't that golden creativity also apply to coming up with music in my head? I have never studied up on comedy and I was able to come up with this amazing funny scene through pure instinct alone and the same thing could apply to coming up with these amazing themes in my mind. In other words, I have a natural talent. I come up with certain ideas or works of art that match the greatness of whatever it is I was creating my ideas for whether it be funny Family Guy scenes, Michael Jackson songs, the next best Zelda tunes, etc. Of course, as I said before, articulating this funny scene was very easy since I know the English language and I know the proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation. But when it comes to articulating (reproducing) these amazing themes I hear in my mind, that is a whole different story and is something far more difficult since, apparently, there is far more to getting your themes across than having the right notes and the right rests. Like I said earlier though, I might have gotten some notes and rests wrong. However, I did my best. I will say a few things here before moving on. Humor and music are naturally wired into us. That is why there are so many people out there who can naturally come up with golden comedy scenes without ever having studied up and trained in comedy. The same thing applies to many people having a natural talent in coming up with the next best themes in their own minds. But anyway, I am speaking words of wisdom and truth here and you should listen to me. You should not dismiss my musical claims as nonsense or that of an inflated ego. As I said before in one of my packets, I am a messenger of truth and I am not trying to insult anybody, not trying to inflate my ego, and I have every justified reason to be convinced that these themes I hear in my mind truly are that great as I describe them to be. As a matter of fact, you shouldn't dismiss my worldview that I explain in my book and other packet since these could very well be words of truth and wisdom, too, despite how much nonsense it might all seem to you right now. I instead see every justified reason to treat me with honor, praise, respect, glory, and to see me as having every right to my own personal values without deeming said values as spoiled, childish, etc. I would actually like to say one last thing. That is, if you were to, for example, present just the notes themselves of the song "Amazing Grace" without all the other elements such as chords, bass line, etc., then it wouldn't be as powerful as the fully perfected Amazing Grace. But the power of the simplistic Amazing Grace can still be appreciated and embraced anyway since that beautiful power is still there on some level. People can still get the idea of what it is and it is this idea that can be embraced and appreciated. That is what I was trying to do with my themes. But, again, it failed either because people were just having other factors and high standards or my themes really did sound like random tunes due to the fact that there is something missing that I am unaware of to make them the real amazing themes I have in my mind.
  7. Sonic Euphoria

    This would be a new Sonic game and the title "Euphoria" would mean something like a runner's euphoric high.
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