...And one wewe should give a sekunde chance.
I've been known to have muziki tastes that aren't for everyone. People tend to be a little crazy about what muziki they do and don't like but if it makes wewe feel good who really cares, right? I was up last night watching muziki video for one of the artists on here and I was thinking to myself "Why aren't they zaidi popular? Why does nobody I know talk about them?" Then I answered my own swali and decided to inform the masses! So lets get started!
hujambo guys. Pikagirl16 here. If wewe know about '80s music, wewe may know of Billy Joel, and if wewe know of Billy Joel then wewe might know of his song We Didn't Start the Fire, a song that rapidly shoots out a ton historical events. Since recently hearing a nyota Wars version of it, I thought it would be fun to do a Disney version. It took a lot of thinking and it wasn't easy, but I managed to do it. So please enjoy this Disney-themed parody of We Didn't Start the moto kwa Billy Joel
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella, house chores
Third part to my juu 50 songs makala link & link I decided to go all out and orodha the other 50.
75. Gives wewe Hell (All American Rejects): Most of the reason why this song made it into my juu 100 is because of the fond memories. Way back in 8th grade my friend introduced me to it on the bus ride...
Do wewe upendo The Real Folk Blues? Do wewe want to sing along to it even though wewe don't know Japanese? Well, here are the original Japanese lyrics with the pronunciation of each word. Now, I'm no expert in the Japanese language, but I managed to learn the entire song, and trust me. It wasn't easy. And I don't even really remember the entirety of the English translation. But, here are the original Japanese lyrics with pronunciations so wewe too can sing along after a Cowboy Bebop episode. I'm 99% sure I got the pronunciations right, but if I didn't, feel...
Hi guys, I would like to write down some of my favourite muziki kwa Arvo Part, an Estonian composer.
1. Summa For Strings
This is definitely my number 1 favourite, because while listening to this music. It's like telling me that there is still hope for me, especially in our everyday life and the different challenges that we face.
2. My Heart's In the Highlands
This sad muziki transports me to the Scottish highlands, it's base on a poem kwa Robert Burns. The songs starts with the chorus, giving it a little change.
I've been meaning to write this makala for a couple of weeks now but just never got around to it. Since tonight is krisimasi Eve, I thought I'd finally share my juu ten krisimasi songs with wewe guys. Hope wewe enjoy the article!
Hi everyone, I'm going to write some of my favourite scores from Vangelis.
Chariots of Fire
This was the theme song that make me want to watch the movie, the theme song was played prominently at the London 2012 Olympics 4 years ago. Whenever I listen to this music, it reminds me of a runner running during a race and won dhahabu medal in the end!
Although that I am not a shabiki of this movie, the muziki were very memorable and inspirational. Especially 'Eternal Alexander' which was play at the ending credits, it was like...
Though it's been a while since the last one (link) I had a chance to attend zaidi concerts. Naturally I was super enthusiastic about them all and wanted to share the experiences again.
So I got the pleasure of seeing one of their last concerts, they announced that they were calling it quits at the onyesha I was attending. So that was pretty cool to know that I got to see them before they disbanded. I was kind...