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FlashLight Week Soundtrack · 6:32am Sep 7th, 2020

I've been doing so many of these soundtrack blogs that I'm thinking that I should just make one for all my other music-inspired stories. Maybe I will someday, but that might be a while. Anyway, a ton of my FlashLight Week submissions were music-inspired, so I decided to put together all the music that either inspired or were referenced in my stories.

By the way, FlashLight Week is technically over today, but Ro and Angy are accepting late submissions until the end of the month. Just remember to read and comply with the rules, instructions, and prompts posted on deviantart. I know I've been posting that for the past four days, but I guess I'm just feeling kinda desperate since I've been the only one who has been posting stories on this site for FlashLight Week. :ajsleepy: I don't mean to pressure you guys into participating. It's just that having participants for this week means a lot to Ro and Angy, and I've been trying to help and contribute all I can.

Oh, well, there's no point in getting hung up over this. I'm sure Ro and Angy are happy with whatever participation they've been able to generate. Without further ado, let's start posting some songs.

Day 2:

"Disney and Pixar Sings The Lion King Medley" by Brian Hull

"Africa: The Lion King Parody" by Brian Hull

"Can You Feel the Love Tonight" from Disney's The Lion King

Day 3:

"Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley

"I Hope You Dance" by LeeAnn Womack

"I Lived" by OneRepublic

Day 6:

Shostakovich's "Piano Concerto No. 2, Allegro,Opus 102" from Disney's Fantasia 2000

"Doll on a Music Box" by Dick van Dyke and Sally Ann Howes from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

"I've Got No Strings" from Disney's Pinocchio

Day 7:

"A Sky Full of Stars" by Coldplay

"A Sky Full of Stars" cover by The Piano Guys

Day 8:

"Start of Something Right" by Jordyn Kane from Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarves

"Love is Not a Fight" by Warren Barfield

Beethoven's "Ode to Joy"

Comments ( 4 )

I have a lot on my plate IRL, I barely have time to actually work on my own stories I am committed to. Maybe next year

It's okay. I understand. Interestingly enough, a different writer put up a late submission after I posted this. :rainbowlaugh:

Mind linking it?

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