Many, many video games use a plaintive piece of music from, if I remember right, someplace in the 1940s by a composer who I can't remember. The piece is lovely and makes for a yearning mood, quite romantic or on the other hand, sad. The name that sticks in my head is "Requiem Aeternam", but it's not by Mozart. Any help appreciated!
**solved** The piece is "Lux Eterna" by Clint Mansell.
I know for sure this is a Nirvana song but unsure what the title is called. I have heard the song being cover by other bands as well. Here are the lyrics I know..
"something in the back room, something up the stairs..."
The title is ONE word maybe incomplete or something else? Lyrics "How do you steal a heart" "Well you probably"?
I only remember that the music video had a black screen/white quote at the beginning, but I can't remember the song :(
I think the quote was spoken in french but written in english?
But i might be remembering it wrong and it was spoken with an accent?
I'm pretty sure the song itself was sung by a young female voice?
I really want to find it again, so any help would be awesome?
I'm looking for a Christmas song which I think was alternative. One guy was the singer but I think he had a band playing different instruments. And they used see-through glass trucks like from "Never Gonna Leave This Bed" by Maroon 5. It was a music video about being alone on Christmas and being happy with that. In the music video they showed scenes of an ideal all American white family in sweaters with smiles on their faces. But it felt a little fake and forced. At the end of the song the singer was in a snow globe.