I DON'T OWN THE MUSIC IN THE VIDEO. THE VIDEO IS MADE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES. The Proclaimers are a Scottish band composed of identical twin brothers, Charlie and Craig Reid (born 5 March 1962, in Leith). They are probably best known for the songs "Letter from America", "I'm On My Way" and "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)". The band tours extensively throughout Europe and other continents. They have released eight studio albums from 1987 until the present, as well as two compilation albums and a DVD, and their next studio album is expected for 2012. Album 1987 This Is the Story 1988 Sunshine on Leith 1994 Hit the Highway 2001 Persevere 2003 Born Innocent 2005 Restless Soul 2007 Life With You 2009 Notes & Rhymes
στίχοι: Λευκή μου τύχη και λευκή ζωή μου Γιατί τα βράδια κρύβεστε στο γκρίζο; Βλέπω στο άσπρο σας την προβολή μου και το μετά απ' το μετά γνωρίζω Αν είχα θάρρος για να πω το "έλα" τώρα δε θα 'χα τη φωτιά στο αίμα Αν είχε χρώμα θα 'ταν άσπρη η τρέλα Αν είχε σώμα θα 'ταν πάλι ψέμα. Κοίτα τα χέρια πως γυρνούν στον τοίχο σαν να χορεύουνε με τη σιωπή μου κι εγώ που χρόνια γύρευα το στίχο που θα εξηγήσει τη βουβή ζωή μου μεταμφιέζω τη σιωπή σε λέξη και τη χαρίζω σ' όποιον μου εξηγήσει να 'χει το μέλλον μου να επιλέξει ποιο παρελθόν μου θα ξαναγυρίσει... Τίποτα σημαντικό. Ζω μονάχα εν λευκώ... Λευκή μου τύχη και λευκή ζωή μου καλά τα λεν οι έγχρωμοί μου φίλοι το πρόβλημά μου η υπερβολή μου κι ό,τι αργεί απάντηση να στείλει Αν είχε το θάρρος να φανεί ο λόγος τώρα δε θα 'τανε φωτιά στο αίμα Αν είχε χρώμα θα 'ταν άσπρο ο φόβος Αν είχε σώμα θα 'ταν σαν κι εμένα. Αν σ' αγαπούν να μάθουν να το λένε κι αν δε στο πουν να μάθεις να το κλέβεις κι αν θες να δεις τ' αληθινά να καίνε πρέπει στο ύψος της φωτιάς ν' ανέβεις. Και σε λυπούνται που δεν το 'χεις νιώσει κι εσύ λυπάσαι που το ξέρεις πρώτος και που κανείς δεν είχε λάβει γνώση πως η σιωπή σου ήταν χρόνια κρότος. Δικαίωμά μου να ποντάρω λίγα Δικαίωμά μου να πηγαίνω πάσο κι εκεί που λένε πως ποτέ δεν πήγα εγώ δεν πρόλαβα να το ξεχάσω Κι όποιος ρωτήσει γιατί πάντα φεύγω μ' αυτό τον τόνο του λευκού στο βλέμμα του λέω μια φράση σαν να υπεκφεύγω με μια ελπίδα να 'ναι σαν κι εμένα... Τίποτα σημαντικό... Ζω μονάχα εν λευκώ.... Τίποτα σημαντικό.... Ζω μονάχα εν λευκώ.... Τίποτα σημαντικό.... Ζω μονάχα εν λευκώ.... lyrics: White and White me luck my life Why do you hide the gray evening? I see the white you my view and then from the post I know If I had the guts to say "come" Now he will not lower the heat in the blood If you had to color it were white madness Had body will, when once again lie. Look at your hands that go around the wall like to dance with my silence I for years I was looking for the verse to explain the silent my life Disguise silence the word and give away to anyone explain to me Anyway my future choice how my past will come back ... Nothing important. I live just blank ... White and White me luck my life len thoroughly colored my friends My problem is the excess I And what response is slow to send If you had the courage to show why now you 'fire Tunney blood If you had to color it were white fear Had it body was just like me. If I love to learn to say though not to say you learn to steal if you want to see 't really burn be the height of the fire to climb. And who does not regret 've felt sorry and you know first that and no one was aware how was your silence Clicking years. My right to bet a few I go right pass and there they say it never went I have not had time to forget And those who always ask why I'm leaving With this shade of white in the eyes I said a phrase like shuffle with a hope to be like me ... Nothing important ... I live just blank .... Nothing important .... I live just .... blank Nothing important .... I live just blank ....
In 1935 Piaf was discovered in the Pigalle area of Paris by nightclub owner Louis Leplée, whose club Le Gerny off the Champs-Élysées was frequented by the upper and lower classes alike. He persuaded her to sing despite her extreme nervousness, which, combined with her height of only 1.42m (4' 8"), inspired him to give her the nickname that would stay with her for the rest of her life and serve as her stage name, La Môme Piaf (Parigot translatable as "The Waif Sparrow", "The Little Sparrow", or "Kid Sparrow"). Leplée taught her the basics of stage presence and told her to wear a black dress, later to become her trademark apparel. Leplée ran an intense publicity campaign leading up to her opening night, attracting the presence of many celebrities, including actor Maurice Chevalier. Her nightclub gigs led to her first two records produced that same year, with one of them penned by Marguerite Monnot, a collaborator throughout Piaf's life. On 6 April 1936, Leplée was murdered and Piaf was questioned and accused as an accessory, but was acquitted.plée had been killed by mobsters with previous ties to Piaf. Arage of negative media attention now thened her career. To rehabilte her image, she recruited Raymond Asso, with whom she would become romantically involved. He changed her stage name to "Édith Piaf", barred undesirable acquaintances from seeing her, and commissioned Monnot to write songs that reflected or alluded to Piaf's previous life on the streets. In 1940, Édith co-starred in Jean Cocteau's successful one-act play Le Bel Indifférent. She began forming friendships with prominent people, including Chevalier and poet Jacques Borgeat. She wrote the lyrics of many of her songs and collaborated with composers on the tunes. In 1944, she discovered Yves Montand in Paris, made him part of her act, and became his mentor and lover. Within a year, he became one of the most famous singers in France, and she broke off their relationship when he had become almost as popular as she was. During this time she was in great demand and very successful in Paris as France's most popular entertainer. After the war, she became known internationally, touring Europe, the United States, and South America. In Paris, she gave Atahualpa Yupanqui (Héctor Roberto Chavero)—the most important Argentine musician of folklore—the opportunity to share the scene, making his debut in July 1950. She helped launch the career of Charles Aznavour in the early 1950s, taking him on tour with her in France and the United States and recording some of his songs. At first she met with little success with U.S. audiences, who regarded her as downcast. After a glowing review by a prominent New York critic, however, her popularity grew, to the point where she eventually appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show eight times and at Carnegie Hall twice (1956 and 1957). Édith Piaf's signature song "La vie en rose" was written in 1945 and was voted a Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1998. Bruno Coquatrix' famous Paris Olympia music hall is where Piaf achieved lasting fame, giving several series of concerts at the hall, the most famous venue in Paris, between January 1955 and October 1962. Excerpts from five of these concerts (1955, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1962) were issued on record and CD and have never been out of print. The 1961 concerts were promised by Piaf in an effort to save the venue from bankruptcy and where she debuted her song "Non, je ne regrette rien". In April 1963, Piaf recorded her last song, "L'homme de Berlin".
I DON'T OWN THE MUSIC IN THE VIDEO. THE VIDEO IS MADE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES. Abre la puerta, no digas nada, Deja que entre el sol. Deja de lado los contratiempos, Tanta fatalidad Porque cre en ti cada mañana Aunque a veces tu no creas nada Abre tus alas al pensamiento Y dejate llevar; Vive y disfruta cada momento Con toda intensidad Porque creo en ti cada mañana Aunque a veces tu no creas nada. Sentir que aun queda tiempo Para intentarlo, para cambiar tu destino. Y tu, que vives tan ajeno, Nunca ves mas alla De un duro y largo invierno. Abre tus ojos a otrs miradas Anchas como la mar. Rompe silencios y barricadas, Cambia la realidad Porque creo en ti cada mañana Aunque a veces tu no creas nada. Sentir que aun queda tiempo Para intentarlo, para cambiar tu destino... Luz Casal, born November 11, 1958 at Boimorto, is a Spanish pop singer. She grew up in neighbouring Asturias, took singing, piano and ballet classes, and moved to Madrid to pursue a career as a musician. She became famous in the early 1980s, and remained an important figure in Spanish pop music all through said decade and beyond, with her sound gradually maturing towards soft adult pop. She recorded a cover version of Étienne Daho's French language song "Duel au Soleil" in Spanish called "Un nuevo día brillará", which became a hit song. Since the beginning of her career, she has sold over five million albums. In 1992 she enjoyed great success with her appearance in the soundtrack of Pedro Almodóvar's acclaimed film Tacones Lejanos singing Agustín Lara's theme "Piensa en mí". In January 2007, Luz Casal was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent an operation at the Ruber Clinic in Madrid., seven months later, she revealed to the Spanish media that she had overcome her disease. More recently in May 2010, she announced that she had been diagnosed with cancer in her other breast and had to cancel her current tour to be operated on.
Show a little more, Show a little less, Add a little smoke Welcome to Burlesque, Everything you dream of, But never can possess Nothing's what it seems Welcome to Burlesque, [Chorus:] Oh, everyone is buying, Put your money in my hand, If you got a little extra well, give it to the band, You may not be guilty But you're ready to confess Tell me what you need, Welcome to Burlesque, You can dream of Coco, Do it at your risk The Triplets grant you mercy But not your every wish, Jesse keeps you guessing, So cool and statuesque "Behave yourself" says Georgia Welcome to Burlesque, [Chorus:] Oh, everyone is buying, Put your money in my hand, If you want a little extra, Well, you know where I am, Something very dark Is playing with your mind It's not the end of days, It's just a bump and grind Show a little more Show a little less Add a little smoke Welcome to... Burlesque This video does ΝΟΤ belong to me
I would like to be here, I would like To be there, I would like to everywhere at once. I know that's a contradiction in terms, And it's a problem, especially when My body's clearing forty as my mind is Nearing ten. I can hardly stay up, and I can't get to Sleep, And I don't want to wake tomorrow Morning At the bottom of some heap, But why take it so seriously? After all, there's nothing at Stake here-only me. I want to be young, and I want to be Old. I would like to be wise before my time And yet be foolish and brash and bold. I would like the universe to get down On it's knees And say, "Guido, whatever you please, It's okay. Even if it's impossible, we'll Arrange it." That's all that I want. I am lusting for more. Should I settle For less? I ask you, what's a good thing for, if Not for taking it to excess? One limitation I dearly regret, There's only one of me I've ever met. I would like to have another me to Travel along with myself. I would even like to be able to sing a Duet with myself. I would like to be here (Sing along With myself in a song) To be there (Walking down a lane now, Everywhere) Everywhere (Everywhere. That's a Contradiction in terms. I want to) Here (With a counter-) Here (Melody in the) Here (Top of the morning to you, Guido) Guido (Guido) Guido (Guido) Guido (Me) Me (Me). I want to be Proust or the Marquis De Sade, I would like to be Christ, Mohammed, Buddha But not have to believe in God, And you know I mean it with all of my Heart. It's the end if something important Doesn't start. I want to be young, but I have to be Old. What I want is a tale of sound and Fury That some idiot went and told. I would like the universe to get down On it's knees And say, "Guido, whatever you please, It's okay. Even if it's ridiculous, we'll arrange it." So arrange it! [ALL] Arrange it! [GUIDO] That's all that I want! (This video does not belongs to me)
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Στίχοι: Τζίμης Πανούσης Μουσική: Randy Newman Πρώτη εκτέλεση: Αλκίνοος Ιωαννίδης & Τζίμης Πανούσης Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί. Όταν η τύχη σου θα 'ναι φευγάτη, και συ μακρυά απ' το ζεστό σου κρεβάτι, Τότε θυμήσου τη χρυσή συμβουλή. Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί, Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί. Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί. Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί. Τα βασανά σου είναι και δικά μου, και για τους δυό μας χτυπάει η καρδιά μου, Δυο φιλαράκια με μια ψυχή, Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί, Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί. Μπορείς αν θες να βρεις πιο έξυπνους φίλους, Να 'ναι μεγάλοι και πιο δυνατοί. Μπορείς!!! Αλλά να ξέρεις τη δικιά μου αγάπη, δεν θα στη δώσει φιλαράκο κανείς. Κι όσο περνάνε και φεύγουν τα χρόνια, και η φιλία μας θα μένει αιώνια, Είναι γραπτό μας μοίρα κοινή... Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί! Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί! Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί...! in English: Lyrics: Jim Panousis Music: Randy Newman First performance: Alkinoos Ioannidis & Tzimis Panousis Me and you together. When the luck it'll fefgati, agreements and away from your warm bed, Then remember the golden advice. Me and you together Me and you together. Me and you together. Me and you together. The troubles you are mine, for both of us my heart beats, Two buddies with a soul Me and you together Me and you together. Would you want to find smarter friends It 's big and stronger. You! But knowing my own love, not to give one buddy. And as they pass and go the years and our friendship will remain forever, It is written our common destiny ... Me and you together! Me and you together! Me and you together ...!
Ένα videaki αφιερωμένο στην ταινία νήsos η οποία έχει κάνει πρεμιέρα στις 29 Δεκεμβρίου του 2009. Πραγματικά η ταινία έχει πολύ καλό cast ηθοποιών όπως (Ελένη Καστάνη, Ελισάβετ Κωνσταντινίδου, Βλαδίμηρος Κυριακίδης,Οδυσσέας Παπασπηλιόπουλος, Τάνια Τρύπη, Δημήτρης Τζουμάκης, Μιχάλης Μαρίνος, Ζέτα Δούκα, Δάφνη Λαμπρόγιαννη, Παύλος Ορκόπουλος, Ντορέττα Παπαδημητρίου, Κώστας Τριανταφυλλόπουλος, Κώστας Φαλελάκης και ο Κώστας Βουτσάς)και μαζί με αυτούς ένας υπέροχος σκηνοθέτης ο Χρήστος Δήμας. Το τραγούδι που ακούγετε είναι το soundtrack της ταινίας το ερμηνεύει ο Αντώνης Ρέμος... και είναι αποκλειστικό της ellinomania!!!!!!!! A video nisos dedicated to the film, which premiers on December 29, 2009. Actually the film has a very good cast of actors as (Helen Kastani, Elizabeth Konstantinidou, Vladimir Kyriakides, Ulysses Papaspiliopoulos, Tania Tripi, Dimitris Tzoumakis, Michael Marino, Zeta Duke, Daphne Lamprogianni, Paul Orkopoulos, Ntoretta Papadimitriou, Kostas Triantafyllopoulos, Costas Falelakis and Costas Voutsas) and with them a great director Christos Dimas. The song that is heard is the soundtrack of the film interprets Antonis Remos ... and this song exclusive to ellinomania !!!!!!!!] τα πνευματικά δικαιώματα ανήκουν στην SME
I DON'T OWN THE MUSIC IN THE VIDEO. THE VIDEO IS MADE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES. Ella Jane Fitzgerald (April 25, 1917 -- June 15, 1996), also known as the "First Lady of Song", "Queen of Jazz", and "Lady Ella", was an American jazz and song vocalist. With a vocal range spanning three octaves (D♭3 to D♭6), she was noted for her purity of tone, impeccable diction, phrasing and intonation, and a "horn-like" improvisational ability, particularly in her scat singing. Fitzgerald was a notable interpreter of the Great American Songbook. Over the course of her 59-year recording career, she was the winner of 13 Grammy Awards and was awarded the National Medal of Arts by Ronald Reagan and the Presidential Medal of Freedom by George H. W. Bush.