Well , I guess the songs are not the doom I spoke about... Music is the essence of the world, worldly imitation of the Music of the Ainur, as the tree of Gondor is to the great telperion...
I meant more the way that the fire of Feanor burnt himself, throwing him to impossible wars and foolish oaths that brought down his whole family... and still he was the greatest. Maybe as it is said in the Alkallabeth (?) if the man had gotten to Aman (as opposed as what the men though and what some people believe) they would have died earlier, as the exposure to such a bright life would have made their life more intense but shorter... That's the doom of Feanor I was talking about!
High King of the Noldor in Middle-Earth
Honorary Knight of the Pointy Shiney
"... All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die"