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I developed the song around a buddhist prayer recital recorded in Myanmar.

The rhythmic flow of the music was inspired by the swing-like clattering train sound heard at the beginning of the track.


I sit inside to rest my weary knees
The staring begins; I feel a grin
Cutting through my cheeks

And I know I can’t change you
But I know I’ll remember how pure

You are and how vain it makes me feel
To wish the world and resent a place
You would like to proudly call your


And I know I can’t change you
But I know I’ll remember the smiles

And cries that made me who I am
The beauty and the sympathy that shook my prudent hand

And I’ll try to remember


from Collecting Sounds Around the World, released July 17, 2014


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Max LL Montreal, Québec

Max LL (Maxime Lacoste-Lebuis), is a Canadian film composer and multi-instrumentalist who’s been crafting evocative musical works for picture for nearly a decade. His music has been performed by Montreal’s Metropolitan Orchestra and is regularly featured in films, games and audio-visual projects around the globe. ... more

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