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Comments about the soundtrack for Dragonheart (Randy Edelman)

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Good movie.
• Posted by: PyroD   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, November 23, 2005, at 7:33 p.m.
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What I put as the subject does not do the movie justice but oh well. I first saw it when I was 5 or so. Do the math if you want to know how old I am aproximately. Seeing as I didn't see it right when it came out you have no clue. Anyway I listen to music alot and the song World of the Heart (the one where Draco's soul is floating up) almost makes me cry. It is perfect for the movie and fits completely. It is the best movie I have ever seen aside from The Matrix and I think it is just as good. (Matrix fans don't scream at me I like The Matrix too otherwise I wouldn't put it as being as good as Dragonheart. ) I am not just one of those people who says it is good because evry1 else does I actually think it is good. I am listening to World of the Heart right now as I write this. It is rather long and boring isn't it? I don't know if anyone still reads this form or not I just found it right now as a matter of fact. Also the soundtrack KICKED and im not just saying it so my post isn't deleted.

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