You might wonder what kind of weird site this is? Continue reading to find out more :)

What are fanlistings?

An explanation by TFL:
'A fanlisting is simply an online listing of fans of a subject, such as, a movie, actor, singer, video game etc (in this case Aerith's Theme), that is created by an individual and open for fans from around the world to join. There are no costs, and the only requirements to join a fanlisting are your name and country.'
Visit The Fanlistings Network for much more information about fanlistings!

How to join

It's very simple. Just fill out the join form and wait for your approval. You will then be added to the members list. If you own a website, then you can grab a code, put it up at your site and link it back here. That way, everyone visiting your site will see that you're a fan of Aerith's Theme!
You can decide to hide your e-mail address at the members list, but it is required to provide it in the joining form. Your e-mail will only be saved in a document, that's all. You don't need to be afriad to get any weird spam e-mails.

Aerith's Theme

Aerith's Theme is from the video game Final Fantasy VII made by Square-Enix. It is composed by the famous Nobuo Uematsu, who has composed most music to the Final Fantasy series. The theme can be heard in other Final Fantasy songs as well.

Information from Wikipedia:
A musical theme, associated with Aerith is played several times throughout the game. It is first heard during the flashback scenes with Aerith's mother at her house, and is repeated as she is struck down by Sephiroth. The piece Flowers Blooming in the Church is based on this theme.
This piece is extremely popular among Final Fantasy fans, and has inspired an orchestral version, a piano version, and a vocal version performed by the artist RIKKI, (who also performed Suteki Da Ne for Final Fantasy X), in the form of "Pure Heart".
A piano arrangement of the theme appears twice in Advent Children, and the track "Water" also echoes shades of the theme (as well as Tifa's, if one pays attention to the fast-paced "bells" in the song). The opening phrase of Aerith's theme appears just prior to the climax of the track "Divinity II", which shortly after - arguably in reference to her - includes as its final line the Latin phrase "Sola Dea fatum novit," which means "Only the goddess knows fate." "Aerith's Theme" is also featured during the end credits of the movie.