Download Laleh's new EP "Boom"! iTunes: http://smarturl.it/LalehBOOM Google Play: http://smarturl.it/gLalehBoom Amazon: http://smarturl.it/aLalehBoom Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/album/3oLebuTDn4c2i4G0F7kFtz Music video by Laleh performing Some Die Young. (C) 2013 The Island Def Jam Music Group
Disclaimer: I Do Not Own Any Rights To The Music Only Choreography. This video is only for inspirational, educational, and/or non-profit purposes only. Tell Me Something Else tell Me That You Changed tell Me Something Else don't Repeat Again tell Me Something New say Another Tune show Me Something Else another Side Of You did You Never Think That I Might Go did You Never Think I Might Not Take It Anymore show Me Something Else show Some Grace 'cause I Cant Base No Love on The Beauty Of You Face convince Me In A Way so We Survive show Me Another You show Me Another Side did You Never Think That I Might Go did You Never Think I Might Not Take It Anymore tell Me Something Else tell Me That You Changed tell Me Something New don't Repeat Again tell Me Something Else say Another Tune i Can't Wait No More waiting By The Door
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I'm dedicating this video to everyone who died all too soon. Rest in peace all of you. You will never be forgottoen. Lyrics: I will tell your story if you die I will tell your story and keep you alive The best you can I will tell them to the children If we have some, if we have some That I've always felt the feeling we would die young Some die young, some die young Some, some die young But you better hold on So many things I need to say to you Please don't, don't let me go And we said we would die together Some die young But you better hold on So many things I need to say to you Please don't, don't let me go And we said we would die together Some die young I will tell your story if you try But how long will your thoughts of valleys stay green When the world you were born in changes with seasons Will you run with the stream or will you run alone Or will you run against and finally reveal Why some die young, why some die young Why some die Some die young But you better hold on So many things I need to say to you Please don't, don't let me go And we said we would die together Some die young But you better hold on So many things I need to say to you Please don't, (don't let me go) don't let me go (And we said we would die together) You said we would die Some die young (But you better hold on) But you better hold on So many things I need to say to you Please don't, don't let me go And we said we would die together Some die young Some die young She walks with her head in the sand They will never die I've heard Laleh sing this song live. When she was in Oslo at the memorial concert after 22nd July 2011. She was amazing. & this song really fits what happened that day. Next week it'll be 3 years since that day. But I don't think I ever will forget what happened. It still breaks my heart how 77 people died that day. Rest in peace.
Welcome To The Show is an anthem about facing exactly who you are and OWNING it. Its intended as a mantra to inspire strength and PRIDE. After recording the song a few months ago, I felt very compelled to create a video to further communicate it’s meaning. I notice such diversity in my audiences when I’m on tour: Young, old, male, female, Trans, Gay, Straight, White, Black, Asian, Hispanic, and every beautiful in-between. The common bond is that they are all HUMAN BEINGS. No matter how we identify, the human heart has a universal set of emotions and needs. Sure it’s idealistic, but couldn’t we be recognizing our similarities, instead of our differences? It all comes down to Identity. We as a society are obsessed with how to classify and define each person. There are new labels invented monthly for how to describe new “types”. In some cases, these labels are needed to empower us and give us clarity, but it seems that at some point, all the categorizing can become quite divisive. I’ve seen so many people trapped by the identity they put so much effort into maintaining, or shunned by choosing not to. I have fallen into that trap myself. True Individuality seems daunting in our age of social media popularity contests. Sometimes it’s terrifying to face your true, whole self, stripped of any pretense. The good, the bad, the cracks, and the scars. I am no stranger to the feeling of not liking myself. Once I get past my own body image issues, I realize that I sometimes also neglect my own spirit. Living in a world filled with so much hatred sometimes makes cultivating self-love a very difficult task. I have always struggled with this as I’m sure many of you have. My path is a kind of paradox in that I get to share my craft with the world, but also be willing to throw myself to the wolves. To dare to be different, but still wanting to be accepted. There is vast beauty to be found in life’s contradictions. This non-binary reality allows us to lead happy, expressive lives, and yet this very freedom comes with great risks. I’m not alone in this limbo. Through my art, I pledge to bring empathy and courage to anyone who has been made to feel unworthy or ashamed while daring to be themselves. This is the first time I’ve produced my own music video. With the help of my friend and long- time collaborator Lee Cherry, we set out to co-direct something notably honest. I spoke with Laleh (the brilliant songwriter who is featured on the song) and we agreed on the vulnerability we wanted captured on screen. I think the more we as artists share ourselves openly, the more someone out there may feel inspired to do the same. I also felt a strong feeling of empowerment in creating this video independent of the label system. It was time to shoot this one on my own. This video isn’t about selling a song, or product placement, or racking up viral views. This is intended simply as a creative expression. What resulted on set came from a very free and organic headspace that allowed me to connect with the camera as if it were each person who’s supported me over the last 7 years. This video is a thank you to all of you who have lined up to see the Original High World Tour. To everyone who has listened and shared my songs and given me the purpose to keep moving forward. It’s a thank you to all of you who choose to accept and Love who YOU are! We hold each other up! I want you to keep celebrating exactly who you are, even if you don’t fit into the worlds ideas of what they think you should be. Take your flaws in stride, nurture your talents, take pride in your Queerness, and share all the love you have. — Adam Lambert Directed by Lee Cherry and Adam Lambert with Post Production and VFX by Studio Private. Listen and download Adam's new single "Welcome to the Show" feat. Laleh at http://smarturl.it/adam.wtts. Download Adam Lambert's most recent album "The Original High" featuring "Another Lonely Night" and "Ghost Town” now at http://adamofficial.com. Official Store: http://smarturl.it/adam.d2c iTunes: http://smarturl.it/adam.itunes Amazon: http://smarturl.it/adam.amazon Google: http://smarturl.it/adam.google Spotify: http://smarturl.it/adam.spotify Shazam: http://bit.ly/1Vlw0Od Follow Adam: http://twitter.com/adamlambert http://instagram.com/adamlambert http://facebook.com/adamlambert
Song from Laleh's 5th album Colors (2013). SPEAKING OF TRUTH soft like trees in water shaped to soothe and move after mood and weather in the waves you will float I'm looking after ground I'm looking for a new way of living this can't be it you shake the ground mountains move I'm made to move after your flood so moved by you you're taking it, taking it back I'm so dried out in this desert let me know I wanna be with you speaking of floods speaking of truth you take it, take it back you're taking what you want you are soft like stone in water you are shaped to soothe and make all your corners round and lovely while you're running down the lake mountains move I'm made to move after your flood so moved by you you're taking it, taking it back I'm so dried out in this desert let me know I wanna be with you speaking of floods speaking of truth