Recordings By h50dano
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Audio Recorded by h50dano in the Style of My Fair Lady (Movie Version).
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Do you remember being in love for the first time? I do!! I remember how every love song on the radio seem to be talking about us, the sun shone brighter, and you start to see things that you've never noticed before. Everything kinda catches you by surprise. Well that's exactly what this song is about....and that's why I chose it. Love is a surprise and I really like surprises. :) Danny
Audio Recorded by h50dano in the Style of George Michael.
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THIS SONG IS DEDICATED TO ALL THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE WORLD WHO HAVE FOUGHT AND LOST THEIR LIVES FOR THE GREATER GOOD OF ALL MANKIND. Rather than write a story about how this song relates to me or a personal experience of mine I thought that I would explain why I chose this song and explain why it fits this challenge so perfectly. Although the lyrics to this song is self explanatory I chose it because it really describes the different emotions a mother goes through when her husband leaves home to go to war while she and their son wait at home. She's filled with pride because her husband will be serving and protecting their Country but constantly in fear for she knows that he may also have to sacrifice his life for this very same country. Meanwhile she notices how her son worships and adores his father and anxiously awaits the moment that he can follow in his father's footsteps. She already knows how this story ends and knows there's nothing she can do to change it. Whether she's a wife, or mother she realizes what is happening and knows there's nothing she can do but watch the men in her life leave and probably never return. She knows it's "HOPELESS." "AS LONG AS WAR IS REGARDED AS WICKED, IT WILL ALWAYS HAVE IT'S FASCINATION. WHEN IT IS LOOKED UPON AS VULGAR IT WILL CEASE TO BE POPULAR" .....Oscar Wilde