Here is where you discuss everything under the sun, just keep it clean.
She is amazing.
I was listening to the song "The Israelites" reggae music
then went to hear the original artist
Desmond Dekker - love that song
then I ended up at the Johnny B. Goode song by Chuck Berry and
decided to write a Jimmy version -I may have done this before but
here you go:
Way up in the Northland of Ontario
Close on to the heartland of Toronto
The radio was playin the songs of Chuck Berry
Where lived a city boy name Jimmy E. Carrey
In school he entertained by playin the clown
And from that start he was hollywood bound
Go,go, go,go, go Jimmy go........
It's amazing that Elvis, John Lennon, The Beatles all did the
Johnny B. Goode song
I love Dr Hook and this song makes a great Kareoke song if can get a couple of friends to join in with you
This was my husbands and mine wedding song
Great Songs.. I love them all....
Happy New Year!
I really liked the Years from now song,
great one for those who've been married for a long time.
That's a true blessing to be able to have that.
I had to work on New Year's evening so I tried to
go to Kareoke the next day, but I think everyone
was so tired from partying the night before,
there was not Kareoke, ah well, I did go for a good walk,
and I did have an eggroll and that was good enough fro me.
I agree with you Canadian Jayne
That would be a true blessing to be able to have that...(Years from now song) Beautiful...
Maybe next New Years will be better for you Canadian Jayne
I had to work New Years eve myself but I did visit friends later and had a really good time.....
A very young Annie Lennox singing a old Dusty Springfield song
here's one i'd like to dedicate to Jim..........
I never heard that version before!
I really like that version, never heard it before.
I've been obsessed with The Killers lately.
One person's craziness, is another person's reality. ~ Tim Burton
varied songs by her
I'm in a quiet mood so she is great for this
Patty Page is too and I have been listening to this song lately
This next one is actually a true story. It happened in the early 1900's I think. Some people on the internet who had ancesters that knew Tom claimed he was innocent.
I tried the Tennessee Waltz but you need alot of
practice for that one,
I did not do so well.
But since I've lost my front tooth, it really affects
the ability to sing
When I take video all I can hear is my lisp,
it is very prominent
Ah well, what can you do.
If anything, it makes me laugh or cry one or the other
I've got a few:
"Hesitate" by StoneSour
"I turn to you" (club remix) by Mel C
"Pump it" by Black Eye Peas
"Satalites and Astronauts" by In Flames
I have a barrage of music from all parts.
Schmoyoho-oh-oh-oh accent on the YO!
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