I've been hearing symphonies Before all I heard was silence A rhapsody for you and me And every melody is timeless Life was stringing me along Then you came and you cut me loose Was solo singing on my own Now I can't find the key without you And now your song is on repeat And I'm dancin' on to your heartbeat And when you're gone, I feel incomplete So if you want the truth I just wanna be part of your symphony Will you hold me tight and not let go?
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Retrieved 26 January Irish Singles Chart. Dutch Top 40 Retrieved 26 January Single Top Top 40 Singles. Singles Top Swiss Singles Chart. Official Charts Company. Outside the United Kingdom, the single also topped the chart in Larsson's native Sweden, as well as in neighbouring Norway.
The song's music video was premiered the same day the song was released, on 17 March It was directed by Clean Bandit's members Grace Chatto and Jack Patterson and features Larsson in a glittery dress backed by Clean Bandit and an orchestra while an emotional story plays out. The directors have explained in the "Making of" video and in interviews that the video features a gay couple and "tells the tragic story of a conductor who loses his boyfriend in a bicycle crash.
The conductor leads the symphony orchestra that we [Clean Bandit and Zara Larsson] are part of. The video begins at dusk near Rotherhithe, accompanied to sound of an orchestra tuning up; meanwhile a young man packs away his Mac and briskly rides away, with no lighting, on a pedal bike. At the hall, during a hiatus, Zara's gaze lowers as sirens penetrate silence from faraway at the static crash cordon aftermath observed by an aerial view.
Subsequent scenes show the man and his partner engaged in various activities, intercalated by scenes of the surviving partner grieving and visiting the spots they used to go together. The surviving partner paints the departed partner's bike white all-over and fixes it somewhere nearby where the fatality happened.
He also begins to write music again as we find out he is a composer and his late partner was his inspiration. By the end, he has composed a beautiful symphony in his late partner's memory. The video ends with him looking out into the crowd while his deceased partner looks on proudly. As of July , the video has over million views on YouTube.
An edited version of the track was used in the BBC's Christmas short film and idents celebrating spending Christmas together. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Clean Bandit Mark Ralph. CD Single No. Title Length 1. Atlantic Epic. Retrieved 7 April Kiss Retrieved 1 August Official Charts Company. Retrieved 18 March Zara Larsson [Official Video]". Retrieved 29 June — via YouTube. Retrieved 13 May Retrieved 19 March Retrieved 1 May Retrieved 29 June Retrieved 30 June Monitor Latino.
Retrieved 22 May Zara Larsson — Symphony". Retrieved 29 April Australian Recording Industry Association. Directed by Wayne Isham,  who also directed the videos for " Train of Consequences " and " 99 Ways to Die ", the video begins with shots of a burning American flag with the motto For the People imprinted on it, followed by a gun trigger being pulled, and then a man's unblinking eye, foreshadowing the assassination that occurs later in the video.
Each member of Megadeth separately appear playing instruments during the video, although none of them are actually seen playing together. Rioting crowds and anarchy are shown in contrast of political figures laughing, which leads to the President and First Lady exiting a limousine to a cheering crowd, where a man with a pistol appears and shoots the president. The remainder of the video consists of nonlinear footage of the band performing and miscellaneous destruction caused by the chaos inflicted by citizens and significant collateral damage.
At first, the song was shown considerably on MTV without any concern, but later the scene where the politician finally gets assassinated was edited out because the assassination scene was deemed "too harsh". The controversy was defended by Dave Mustaine, where he stated "I think it's more important that our point got across than the fact of whether or not we had to soften up a certain scene or lose it altogether.
The song has been covered and remixed by numerous bands. More notable covers include Arch Enemy 's version, for a Kerrang!
CD entitled High Voltage! A Brief History of Rock , which featured modern bands set to define rock music for the next 25 years playing covers of bands that influenced them. Nightwish has continued to perform the song live, but these versions are not available on official releases. The song has even been covered by non-metal bands as well. For example, 3 Doors Down , an alternative rock act, played the song live nearly 70 times, which makes them one of its most devoted cover performers.
Raw  and Full Auto 2: Battlelines. The song's name is the basis for the title of Dave Mustaine's instructional column in Guitar World magazine, "Symphony of Instruction". Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Muse UK Ltd. In Graff, Gary ; Durchholz, Daniel eds. Detroit: Visible Ink Press. September 29, Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on October 23, Retrieved November 9, In Weisbard, Eric; Marks, Craig eds.
Spin Alternative Record Guide. New York: Vintage Books."Unfinished Sympathy" is a song by English trip hop group Massive Attack, released under the temporary group name Massive. It was written by the three band members Robert "3D" Del Naja, Andrew "Mushroom" Vowles and Grant "Daddy G" Marshall, the song's vocalist Shara Nelson and the group's co-producer Jonathan "Jonny Dollar" flakowalabemununalarmelniggbal.co song was released as the second single from the band's .