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I'm actually relieved that the song wasn't in that ad because I watched that ad and was like "wtf where is that 'ooh oooh' everyone says is Chris :uhoh:"

 

So yeah I lol'd when at the tweet denying it all

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^ These days everything is on the Internet :D at least somewhere. :rolleyes: Just sometimes some things are not meant be available until the certain time...

 

Sorry for the irony, the short answer: NO

it's not yet and there isn't even 1 second of that song available.

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Haha just wait until two weeks then :D

 

But I hope that the band will post some snippets on social media for like the first 15 seconds one day in advance so we can all hear the beautiful melody ;)

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Contrary to some reports, the song featured in a TV channel's Christmas trailer is not Miracles (or any other Coldplay song)! A

 

Relieved to read that, good to know I can still hear if something is a Coldplay song or not, since this AD song really didn't sound like Coldplay to me, at all.

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we have a clue

"#miracles" from Sky ad is probably music composed by Jonathan Goldstein (As in previous years 2013,2012,2011)

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more composed by Jonathan bit.ly/1zdsFla

 

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I'm actually very sad because I really loved the chords in the ad... And even though they said it wasn't Miracles, I still hear Chris at the beginning ...

 

Also it doesn't sound like the links you just posted above. It really sounds like a small piece of a bigger song, without the lyrics... That's just my opinion though

 

 

Maybe it's a christmas song of Coldplay and it was all a mistake, they didn't mean to release a snippet in this ad, and so, they're kinda lying to us to keep the "surprise" haha

:p I know it's crazy, but I really liked it :(

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Something what I found while doing quick searching.

 

"Miracles" being described as "milquetoast-y Coldplay song" in a review of Unbroken. Link here: http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/review-angelina-jolies-unbroken-starring-jack-oconnell-domhnall-gleeson-and-garrett-hedlund-20141202

 

I have no idea, what that really means, but in dictionaries it's translated as: timid, meek, unassertive in nature, overly proper, ineffectual.

It's made up from the name of comic's character.

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Looking at the film's review, though, this guy clearly doesn't like the movie and so maybe he wasnt in the proper state to hear the track. Milquetoast is a term I have heard before and I can easily see it a critic of Coldplay applying it to their music: sappy, overly-dramatic, too quiet, not urgent. Reading the paragraph makes me contextualize this review as if the guy doesn't like Coldplay to begin with, so I am not going to take this review to heart yet, besides, there has been one other positive review.

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"Miracles" being described as "milquetoast-y Coldplay song"

 

Milquetoast? What the frick is that?!

 

 

 

*googles*

 

 

meh the web search isn't much of a help, maybe google images

 

 

*types word in google image search*

 

 

milquetoastSmall.JPG

 

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:charming:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Okay, really....???

So my only post in ages is to school you vocabularily challenged youngsters...(see what I did there) in the meaning and origin of milquetoast. It's from some cartoon in the 20's depicting a super meek and mils character. And he was named after the invalid food 'milktoast', which is toast......in milk.

 

.......And Atlas was freakin' awesome.

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Some news about Miracles, but still no clue when we get to hear it for the first time...

 

Film critic who liked the song:

 

On 14. December Chris is performing Miracles at some kind of dinner meeting:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/race/angelina-jolie-chokes-up-thanking-754124

 

great to see good sleuths around. will be very busy for work after today and since it is a week full of coldplay, will be checking in to see updates. keep us posted!

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wow this is high praise! raising my expectations more and more..

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p><a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/AngelinaJolie?src=hash">#AngelinaJolie</a>'s upcoming WW2 epic <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Unbroken?src=hash">#Unbroken</a>" is assured at least one Oscar: for <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Coldplay?src=hash">#Coldplay</a>'s haunting theme "Miracles"</p>— Glenn Lovell (@CinemaDope) <a href="https://twitter.com/CinemaDope/status/541001873482715136">December 5, 2014</a></blockquote>

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wow this is high praise! raising my expectations more and more..

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p><a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/AngelinaJolie?src=hash">#AngelinaJolie</a>'s upcoming WW2 epic <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Unbroken?src=hash">#Unbroken</a>" is assured at least one Oscar: for <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Coldplay?src=hash">#Coldplay</a>'s haunting theme "Miracles"</p>— Glenn Lovell (@CinemaDope) <a href="https://twitter.com/CinemaDope/status/541001873482715136">December 5, 2014</a></blockquote>

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Don't overhype though. It may just ruin the experience.

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