What’s my favorite romantic song? Well, there are two actually, but if I may only choose one of them, it would the “eyes on me” over “melodies of life.” Both are old school, but well, I came from an old era after all. The songs come from the same game franchise, and I love them.Lanjutkan membaca “What’s your favorite romantic song?”
Billions of billions of stars, the soul that always wandering across the uncharted sky. Why we haven’t met? Have you opened your eyes? Or just me stand beyond your horizon?
I wish to close these eyes when the wind gets cold and the sky no longer dance in maroon. Yes my dear, send me the night, and shall hold it tight. Yes my dear, give me a lullaby, and shall we build a castle of sand in your gentle dream.
Tell me, if you can’t love me, I shall love you. Since love just a rebellious bird, which you can cage it forever in each vegetative feeling. When will I love you? Good Lord, I don’t know, Maybe never, maybe tomorrow. But not today, that’s for sure. Love is a rebellious bird That none canLanjutkan membaca “Love is a Rebellious Bird”
I remember, far away in the past, I had my own lullaby. Today, perhaps lullaby is the most endangered trasures above the today world. So when I hear the song of which language comes from distant land, it makes me feel warm and comfortable.
Last week it took me by surprised, I thought Elvis Presley was resurrect and sang a song. Indeed, it was a wonderful song, and it’s a nostalgic tunes along the way to my mind. I wonder I would able to sing just as nice as that, but really, I can’t help – since I amLanjutkan membaca “If I Can’t Help”
Tonight, I get a mail from a far away friend, George Stefanakis. He sent me a link to his new uploaded video in YouTube. I never met him personally, but we know by chance on the same – I forgot, perhaps – one or two talk about K‘s works.
Tonight, I watch again this old animation about a girl with her dream to see the flying lights. Its bringing back so much memory. I think since the storyline so sincere.
There is a nice song written by a fifteen-year-old kid, a very nice song. Inspired by Quejas, o la Maja y el Ruiseñor piano pieces by 1911, and latter was performed within Aria of Nightingale in 1916. Her name was Consuelo Velázquez, who wrote Bésame mucho, a romantic ballad which captures my heart with whichLanjutkan membaca “Perdete Despues”
When first time I heard it from inside my “Silk Road” audio album by Vienna Boy’s Choir, I didn’t really get the meaning. But instead, the melody was so passionate. Tarakihi means a locust or a cicadas, so it may be said as the Locust Chant. As, Johannes C. Anderson wrote: The cicada’s song wasLanjutkan membaca “Tarakihi –The Passionate Chant”