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Namárië: Billy Boyd’s scrapped song for Bo5A


Apr 19 2022, 10:33pm

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Namárië: Billy Boyd’s scrapped song for Bo5A Can't Post

In this weeks episode of The Friendship Onion Billy Boyd sang a reworked version of a song he wrote for Bo5A.

The song is at 51:00 here: https://youtu.be/_HsmWm599iU

Last week he sang The Road Goes Ever Ever On, as composed by the Tolkien Ensemble.

That can be found at 41:00 here: https://youtu.be/cNnC6GNUcPA

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Apr 22 2022, 1:10pm

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I thought this was beautiful [In reply to] Can't Post

A high point in an entertaining episode.

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Ereinion Nénharma

Jun 3, 9:46am

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Beautiful! [In reply to] Can't Post

Hauntingly beautiful. They should have done at least something, with this song...

''Do not fear the shadows, for seeing them means light is near...''


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