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Alex Marie BrinkleyPublished on Apr 6, 2018

Published on Aug 7, 2018

Mazyar Khavyari

Japan : Mai Kuraki (倉木 麻衣) – Time After Time (Hana mau Machi de)– A Japanese song. Do not forget to Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe!!! Mai Kuraki (倉木 麻衣 Kuraki Mai) (born October 28, 1982 in Funabashi, Chiba) is an Japanese pop and R&B singer-songwriter and producer. The video contains the English translation of the song. The translation is in the end of the song, when the song is finished. You need to use “pause” for getting enough time to read it, because the translation is shown just in just some seconds

We are all with you,  Aretha.  Lots of Love from All of Us.   –   8-14-18









Published on Mar 17, 2016

Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group Take On Me (2016 Remastered) · a-ha Time And Again: The Ultimate a-ha ℗ 1985 Warner Bros. Records. 2016 Remastered Rhino Entertainment Guitar: Paul Waaktaar-Savoy Keyboards: Magne Furuholmen Producer: Alan Tarney Vocals: Morten Harket Composer, Writer: Magne Furuholmen Composer, Writer: Morten Harket Composer, Writer: Pal Waaktaar Auto-generated by YouTube.



“The busy world was not for me,

So I went and found my own”

Lyricist, songwriter, musician, Walter Becker,

1950-2017, Goodbye in 2017.

Lyrics from “The Caves Of Altamira” written by

Walter Becker and Donald Fagen,

and recorded by Steely Dan, 1976.

Art Quotes Art The cave drawings of Altamira –

mankind’s earliest efforts …

via In Memory: “The busy world was not for me, So I went and found my own” — Art of Quotation


Tweety Sweety 

Published on Jan 26, 2015

The song was released as the first official single from the album “Gloria!” and was recorded in three languages: English, Spanish and French



R I P Glen Campbell

August 9, 2017




March 19, 2017



The human touch. A Poem by Coyote Poetry The easiest gift to give is concern, time and to listen. In a world of fast pace and little time. We must slow down and show the people we love and need them. The human touch. People can get lost and feel they are […]

via “The human touch” — johncoyote

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Leonard Norman Cohen, CC GOQ (21 September 1934 – 7 November 2016)[1] was a Canadian singer, songwriter, poet and novelist. His work explored religion, politics, isolation, sexuality, and personal relationships.[3] Cohen was inducted into both the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame as well as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He was a Companion of the Order of Canada, the nation’s highest civilian honour. In 2011, Cohen received one of the Prince of Asturias Awards for literature and the ninth Glenn Gould Prize.

The critic Bruce Eder assessed Cohen’s overall career in popular music by asserting that “[he is] one of the most fascinating and enigmatic … singer/songwriters of the late ’60s … [and] has retained an audience across four decades of music-making…. Second only to Bob Dylan (and perhaps Paul Simon) [in terms of influence], he commands the attention of critics and younger musicians more firmly than any other musical figure from the 1960s who is still working at the outset of the 21st century.”[4]

The Academy of American Poets has commented more broadly on Cohen’s overall career in the arts, including his work as a poet, novelist, and songwriter, stating that “Cohen’s successful blending of poetry, fiction, and music is made most clear in Stranger Music: Selected Poems and Songs, published in 1993, which gathered more than 200 of Cohen’s poems … several novel excerpts, and almost 60 song lyrics… while it may seem to some that Leonard Cohen departed from the literary in pursuit of the musical, his fans continue to embrace him as a Renaissance man who straddles the elusive artistic borderlines.”[5]

Cohen’s first album was Songs of Leonard Cohen (1967) followed by Songs from a Room (1969) (featuring the often-recorded “Bird on the Wire“) and Songs of Love and Hate (1971). His 1977 record Death of a Ladies’ Man was co-written and produced by Phil Spector, which was a move away from Cohen’s previous minimalist sound. In 1979 Cohen returned with the more traditional Recent Songs, which blended his acoustic style with jazz and Oriental and Mediterranean influences. “Hallelujah” was first released on Cohen’s studio album Various Positions in 1984. I’m Your Man in 1988 marked Cohen’s turn to synthesized productions and remains his most popular album. In 1992 Cohen released its follow-up, The Future, which had dark lyrics and references to political and social unrest.

Cohen returned to music in 2001 with the release of Ten New Songs, which was a major hit in Canada and Europe. His eleventh album, Dear Heather, followed in 2004. After a successful string of tours between 2008 and 2010, Cohen released three albums in the final four years of his life: Old Ideas (2012), Popular Problems (2014) and You Want It Darker (2016), the last of which was released three weeks before his death. Vía AMERICAN KABUKI

via Leonard Cohen 1934-2016 — peoples trust toronto

My Song Seems like there’s no where else to go your like a shadow everywhere I go Your the only thing I’m good at without you theres nothing else to do Every other things just come and go Even people, there are so few I know Everything else I do, I blow Every other else […]

via My Song – Lyrical Poetry — CompoSession

Avicii vs Conrad Sewell- Taste The Feeling (lyrics) It feels good, in my heart, in my soul When you’re right here beside me I don’t ever want this day to end We can watch the waves, have a Coke and just sit here beside me I took a little of my heart again So […]

via Avicii vs Conrad Sewell- Taste The Feeling — Music muze