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Okay, so I suddenly have this AOR song stuck in my head and I searched the Heavyharmonies Database and none of the songs rang any bells. The song goes "Take it away, I don't want to live in darkness" or sometime like that at the chorus part. I'm pretty sure I remember hearing it came out of a Christan rock band but I'm not 100% sure but I'm still posting it here. I think I first heard it around 10 years ago so about 2006 or older, I'm pretty sure.

 

Can anyone identify the song for me?

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Not ringing any bells here, sorry.

Nevermind, I found it:

 

Song: Take It Away

Artist: Dreamer (Canada)

Album: Full Metal Racket

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Not ringing any bells here, sorry.

Nevermind, I found it:

 

Song: Take It Away

Artist: Dreamer (Canada)

Album: Full Metal Racket

Ah, I still haven't heard that album. Is it any good?

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Not ringing any bells here, sorry.

Nevermind, I found it:

 

Song: Take It Away

Artist: Dreamer (Canada)

Album: Full Metal Racket

Ah, I still haven't heard that album. Is it any good?

 

 

Here's to you Karpetfence:

 

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