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Question #41492 posted on 12/17/2007 3:01 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I'm looking for some music. Unfortunately, though I know what it sounds like, that's about it, because the example of style is found embedded in the middle of a song nothing like the bit I enjoy. Two examples of this phenomenon are as follows:

In Disney's Mulan, Mulan is singing the song about how she needs to figure herself out, then it's raining, and suddenly she makes her decision to run away, and when she looks up at the camera a nifty music sequence starts.

In The Single's Ward, there's the bit where Johnathan is in his friends apartment, about to do all that giving up on the church stuff, and he opens the blinds and sees the temple. right when he sees it there's some spiffy guitar (if I'm remembering right).

Is there a way to look for music based on one line excerpts like these?

A huge fan of SOME music

A: Dear fan,

As soon as I finish my Master's Thesis there (hopefully) will be.

-Curious Physics Minor