By RoseCross34 in the Style of Frank Sinatra 3 views 0 comments AudioRecorded
What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?" is a song with lyrics written by Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman and original music written by Michel Legrand for the 1969 film The Happy Ending, This song made a comeback in 2006 with a version by British songstress Dusty Springfield when it was featured in commercials for the Journey Diamond collection.
By BLTN6731 in the Style of Traditional 2 views 2 comments 1 VideoRecorded
Haha...there was something wrong with this recording other than me! :) Music just could not be cut back and left the voice faint...I fiddled with it best I could. Any...my attempt at Barber Shop Quartet music! And....Hey, I AM FROM NEW YORK! Hope you find it as silly as I did (but like;)
I've never sung this one before .. sending it out to "My Friends" :)) There is a section of the tree that looks dark, it's because the bears are sitting on or infront of the lights/ There are 57 bears on the front part of that tree. I wish I new how to make a video and attach it to my page so you could get a close up .. Dave your Teddy Bear is up front and centre in between Romeo and Juliet :)
So thankful that EVERY Valley we face.......God is with us ..regulars if we on the Mountain he's there too :) Jesus is coming soon and all these Valleys are gonna be over.. just keep watch ... and be ready he's a SOON Coming King
By DawnNeptune78+73 in the Style of Willie Nelson 43 views 46 comments 5+ VideoRecorded
Song request!!! Thank you so much, such a gorgeous song!!! Thank you all for listening and showing so much luv!!!! <3 Each of 'YOU" are some of the best people I have ever known. You encourage me when discouraged, you make me happy when Im sad, you lift me up when I have been knocked down. And You entertain me with your amazing wonderful songs and friendships. Many blessings!!!
By MollyMaguire in the Style of Gladys Knight & The Pips 1 view 0 comments AudioRecorded
I must have heard this song a thousand times, yet this is the first time I've ever tried singing it. It's just one of those songs that sticks in my head. It has a funky, bluesy vibe that makes the body sway to the music... whether you're a soul sista, or a stiff-collared stockbroker: it's just a song that makes everyone a blues fan, if only until the music stops. *laugh* Of course, that's when Gladys sings it! *smile* And of course, I sound nothing like the Empress of Soul, but I sure had fun channeling the feeling of this blues classic! It's still a great song, no matter who 'butchers' it. *grin*