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Written in Reverse (feat. Matthew Koma) – Tiësto and Hardwell

Lyrics:

I wish I was mulled in a cloud in the universe
I wish there was room in the sky for the two of us
Cause when I hear you loud It’s a hell of a sound
Cause when I hear you loud It’s a hell of a sound
If you where here right now
I’ll be telling you how
Well turn it all around

If we were written in reverse
And the end was our beginning
Our love would be rehearsed
And the pain will turn to healing
If we were running in reverse
Would you find a way to say it
Would you love me till it hurts
And then maybe we could make it
You and I

Maybe we could make it
You and I

I wish we were sued in New York on the avenue

Living in before we had known any other view

Cause when I hear you loud It’s a hell of a sound
Cause when I hear you loud It’s a hell of a sound
If you where here right now
I’ll be telling you how
Well turn it all around

If we were written in reverse
And the end was our beginning
Our love would be rehearsed
And the pain will turn to healing
If we were written in reverse
Would you find a way to say it
Would you love me till it hurts
And then maybe we could make it
You and I

Baby we could make it
You and I

If we were running in reverse
And the end was our beginning
Our love would be rehearsed
And the pain will turn to healing
If we were running in reverse
Would you find a way to say it
Would you love me till it hurts
And then maybe we could make it
You and I

Description:

Only a few years ago there seemed to be a certain expectation as to what progressive house entailed.  A progression of chords (Zedd, by the way, is arguably the unchallengeable electronic artist when it comes to getting creative with chord progressions), an occasionally clean vocal component, and a melody that did not stray afar from consistent perfect intervals.  In other words, progressive house used to sound relatively pleasant to the ear, but then again, that’s just me.  These days if you take the time to browse through Beatport or any other domain of your liking, you can’t find music like this anymore.  Instead, I’ve noticed a recently growing popularity with hard electronica, which reminds me of an interview Deadmau5 once had, and now his words precisely capture how I feel about electronica at large.  But with all that aside, “Written in Reverse” is by no means one of the newer songs on the charts, but it was to me, at the time I came across it, a gem in a sea of gravel.

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