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Article Title: Runrig: Gaelic rock's finest pursuing circles of life
Author of reported comment: Catherine Stafford
Comment Date: 08:05 on Sep 25 2009
Comment: I've just this week discovered Runrig. I'm amazed and in awe of the beauty and depth of the music. It brings me to a place before I was born, as if I lived there once and it's in me. It makes me long for it. It's a mystery. And in that, I feel like I'm that much closer to God through the music of Runrig. I really can't explain it. It's not in the words so much. Like you said, it's the songs I understand the least that I love the most. There is some kind of an annointing on this music that makes me unable to stop listening to it. It brings me peace, joy, and love all at the same time. It makes me long for a place where I was meant to be, but I got dropped off here instead and I will never get to that place on this earth. Maybe it's heaven itself.
   
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