Eid Special NoneStop Song Dr. Mahfuzur Rahman Funny Video .Bangladeshi Popular Idol mahfuzur rahman funny video new video 2019
Eid Special NoneStop Song Dr. Mahfuzur Rahman Funny Video .Bangladeshi Popular Idol mahfuzur rahman funny video new video 2019
Song Title: Early Morning… Stomach
One day a little girl called Poppy went for
a walk in the jungle. Poppy had the most beautiful singing voice, but she had nobody
to sing with. More than anything, she wanted to start a choir and sing with other people.
Just when she thought she wouldn’t ever find anybody to sing with, she came across
a dog. So she asked the dog: Excuse me doggy, would you like to be in my
choir? What noise can you make?
Woof! Thats lovely! You can be in my choir, see
you later! Oh hello froggy, would you like to be in my
choir? What noise can you make?
Ribbit Ribbit Oh that’s perfect! You can be in my choir
too, see you later! Monkey! Please come down from the tree! Would
you like to be in my choir? What noise do you make?
Ooooh ooooh ah ah Thats just what I’m after! You can be in my
choir too, see you later Hello Snake. I’m looking for friends to join
my choir, what noise do you make? Hisssss
What a lovely sound! You can be in my choir Hello Lion. Are you a friendly lion
Good, would you like to be in my choir? What noise do you make?
ROAR Wow. As long as you don’t chase the other
animals, you can be in my choir Hello little mouse. I have one space left
in my choir, would you like to join us? I’ll take that as a yes, what noise do you
make? Squeak Squeak
You might have to sing a bit louder, but that’s exactly what I’m looking for. Lets go and
meet the others and have a practise! A one, a two, a one two three four! The dog goes woof! Woof Woof! The frog goes ribbit. Ribbit Ribbit Ribbit The monkey goes oooooh ooooh ah ah ooooh,
ooooh oooooh ah ah ah ah ooh The snake goes hiss Hiss Hiss hiss hiss The lion goes ROAR! Roar roar roar The mouse goes squeak, squeak, squeak squeak squeak, squeak squeak squeak squeak squeak squeak squeak We are the happy animal choir and we are the very best of friends. We love to make everyone smile with our music, sing along. The dog goes woof. Woof Woof! The frog goes ribbit. Ribbit Ribbit The monkey goes oooooh ooooh ah ah ooooh, ooooh oooooh ah ah ah ah oooh. The snake goes hiss. Hiss Hiss Hiss The lion goes Roar. Roar Roar Roar! The mouse goes squeak, squeak, squeak squeak squeak, squeak squeak squeak squeak squeak squeak squeak. We are the happy animal choir and we are the very best of friends. We love to make everyone smile with our music, sing along. The dog goes woof. Woof Woof Woof! The frog goes ribbit! Ribbit Ribbit Ribbit The monkey goes oooooh ooooh ah ah ooooh,
ooooh oooooh ah ah ah ah ooh.
Hey Paris Hilton
Your on TV, which means I love you You haven’t met me
But I’m sure that you would want me too I’ve heard a rumour
That you went out with some random guys That can’t be true though
‘Cause you’ve been faithfully mine at all times You know I am the bestest man for you Hey Paris, darling
I got no job, but that is alright, I’ll borrow money
We will go out once every fortnight I got a bike too
So we can both ride around on that And only ten friends
Will live with us in one bedroom flat You know your life will be enriched by me And you know, Paris,
I’m up and coming musician too Had a gig last Tuesday
It didn’t pay, so I’ve stolen some shoes We should get married
‘Cause we are so very much alike What say you Paris?
How ’bout that ride on my half-broken bike? You know your life will be complete with me I said ‘I love you’
You said ‘who are you?’ I saidů um, well, haha I am too star-struck
I am such a shmuck I’m all ů um, well, haha
-Welcome. Welcome back.
-Thank you. -First of all,
you look gorgeous. And you look gorgeous on the
cover of “Vanity Fair,” as well. -Oh, that’s very kind of you.
-Ooh-la-la. [ Cheers and applause ]
-Thank you. You really figured out, like,
the dream situation here. You get to hear the Roots
every night. -I know.
Very lucky human being, yeah. -That’s like my teenage dream. -Is it really?
-And my current dream. -Wow.
And I’m in the dream, too? -You are a great partner… -Dream adjacent? -…to listen to the Roots with. [ Laughter ]
-Dream adjacent. -You’re dream adjacent. -Oh, man.
That’s a new term. I was looking at — You posted this photo
of your first magazine cover. You were 13 years old. -I was 13. -And look at this.
And you look exactly the same. -That’s very kind of you to say.
-You really do. -They really fed you the lines
to tell me. -No, are you kidding?
-I’ll give you a — I’ll slip you a little favor
later for that. Thanks.
[ Laughter ] I look exactly the same? That’s so nice to say to, like,
a woman in her middle-age years. -Oh, my —
You’re being silly. How’s the babies? Last time you were here, you were pregnant
with your second baby. -Yes!
I have had that baby. And she’s almost 2 now. -Congratulations.
Oh, my gosh. -Thank you.
How are yours? -Really cute, really good. I mean, they’re so different,
my kids. -They’re 4, 5? -5 and 4, and that’s when they
wake up in the morning, too. -Oh, boy.
-5:00 and 4:00, yeah. I mean, is it a difference
having a girl and a boy? Can you see the difference? -You know, I don’t really see it
as, like, gender. They’re just
such different people. Like, they’re not —
-Oh, yeah. -It doesn’t feel like
boy things, girl things. They just feel like
such different human beings. -Yeah, I feed them
the same stuff and I read them the same books and I show them
the same TV shows. And they just — they are
two different humans. Winnie, my older daughter,
is very, like, kind of polite and just, like, she’ll go,
“Don’t touch that.” “Okay.” And the little one
will turn around, and she has, like, a knife.
“Where’d you get that?” It’s like, “Amazon Prime.
I used your account.” I go, “How do you even know
how to do that? I don’t know what you’re doing.” I want to talk about the movie
“Vox Lux.” Look at you right there. Congrats on this. It’s a cool project.
You’re fantastic in it. -Thank you.
-And you sing very well in this. -Yes.
I got to sing Sia songs. Songs that Sia wrote for
the film are just so cool. Yeah, I got to meet her
on your show here. -I was going to say,
is that when you met? -I had met her
I think once before, but — -This is me, you, and Sia.
We did a version of “Iko Iko.” -I was so dorky. You even, like,
came up to me after and were like, “Nice mom moves.” -No, I did not say “mom.”
No, I didn’t say “mom moves.” You were so cute.
Are you kidding me? Everyone editing was like,
“Oh, my gosh.” Natalie Portman
is so my dream adjacent. It was amazing.
-Thank you. -But the movie’s
very interesting. How did you get to —
did you get to — I didn’t even know you sang. -Thanks.
Well, I mean, I sing. Like, when I went into
the recording studio with Chris Braide, the producer, who’s so lovely
and really talented, I was like, “I’m so sorry,
I’m so sorry.” He was like,
“Don’t worry about it. We can do a lot of magic.” You all know. There’s, like, a lot of magic
that you can help — help people with to make it
sound real, right? -They deal with me
every single night. Yeah, yeah, they help out a lot. It’s a very interesting story,
your character is a — starts as a little girl
who survives a school shooting, and she writes a song
that goes viral and becomes a giant pop star. Staten Island?
Is that where you’re from? -Staten Island.
-Staten Island. -Yeah.
-Staten Island. -Yeah. Good accent in the movie.
-Thanks. -And then you become, like, almost the biggest pop star
in the world, but, like, so much fame
and what happens with that. -She’s kind of a disaster, yeah. -It’s really —
It’s great, though. Interesting role
for you to play. -Thank you.
It was really, really fun. -Who directed this one? His name is Brady Corbet.
It’s his second film. -Really?
-So, yeah, he’s super talented. I was really lucky. -And you got to film the big
concert scene in your hometown? -Yes, they weirdly
opened up a studio, like, around the corner from
where I went to high school. So my guidance counselor
from high school brought her kids
and her friends. And they were in the audience.
It was really cool. -No way!
I love doing that. I remember, like,
when I was doing stand-up, I would go to my hometown
and do — It was Bananas Comedy Club. And I would go to Bananas.
I’d do a set. -It’s a great name.
-Thank you. And my guidance counselor
and my principal were sitting in the front.
-That’s so cool. -I was like, “I have no material
about you guys, but thank you.” -They were probably relieved that there was no material
about them. -It was like, “I didn’t counsel
your guidance to do this. But good for you.
You’re a stand-up comedian.” I want to show everyone a clip. Here’s Natalie Portman
in “Vox Lux.” Take a look at this. -Now, thankfully, I’m type A. But it’s no secret that
I’m on meds for my injury, and I never should have been behind the wheel of a car
that night. Josie! -You know, I didn’t mean
to upset you, but — -I used to be treated
like I was a hero, and then they start talking
about me like I’m trailer trash. But that’s what the show
is about. It’s about rebirth. -Oh, yeah. You’re good. Natalie Portman, everybody.
-Please help me welcome
Questlove and Tariq
“Black Thought” Trotter. [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Laughs ] ♪♪ Hi.
-Hey! [ Cheers and applause ] More than enough.
More than enough. Thank you very much. -How’s it going?
-Yeah. It was a great one. It’s going good.
It’s going good. We’re having good. We’re having fun.
-We’re having fun. We’re having good.
[ Laughter ] -Tariq, good to see you.
Quest, good to see you. -Good to see you. -Let’s start off
with this first. Does it feel weird
me interviewing you? -Uh, it’s Jimmy right?
-Yeah, you can call me Jimmy. [ Laughter ]
Mr. Fallon. Let’s talk about “Mixtape
Potluck” first of all, Quest. -Okay.
-What is this? What is this? It’s a cookbook?
-In short, it’s a cookbook, but really, it’s a guide for
people that throw parties that sort of want ideas. So, it’s like
how to throw a party. I throw these food salons.
Both of you have been… -I’ve been there.
-…at them. So, pretty much,
it’s just a gathering of — -Explain what a food salon is, ’cause I’ve never heard of it
before your party. -Well, I mean, a food salon’s
a high-brow potluck, where I usually have three high-end chefs
come over to cook. -Yeah.
-Dominique Ansel or, you know, Daniel Humm from Eleven Madison. -It’s a real bougie dinner.
[ Laughter ] -You should call it
bougie dinner. That’s what you should do
next — bougie dinner. But that’s what basically all
these — I’m in the book. I gave you my Air-Fried
Chicken Burger recipe. -Yeah.
[ Cheers and applause ] -Yeah,
’cause what happened was — -What’s the story of —
yeah, why air-fried? -Well,
because I was talked into — Like a lot of people in America, I was talked into
getting an air fryer. [ Laughter ]
-Better for the environment. -It’s the worst investment
I ever made. [ Laughter ]
It’s terrible. I don’t — It’s awful. I really —
I would not recommend it. My worst enemy, and I wouldn’t
tell them to get an air fryer. But anyways — Oh, you know
what they’re great for? Tater tots.
-Okay. -French fries —
things that are frozen in a bag. -So, they should call it
a tater tot maker. -Yes, that’s it. That’s exactly
what it should be. But anyways, I was like,
“What can I do with this thing? I don’t know
what to do with it.” So I made chicken burgers. But my secret
of the chicken burger is… -What?
-…the potato buns. You take the potato buns, and you put them
in the food processor and make them into bread crumbs. That’s the move, and it’s
actually a better bread crumb than buying bread crumbs
in a thing. -Oh, whoa.
-These make them more crunchier. -Well, I can attest
that it was great, ’cause we had to try
all 50 meals. -Oh, you did?
-Yeah. -Oh, good.
I’m glad you made it. And then, Tariq,
you have a recipe in here. -Yeah, you know.
-South Philly Seafood Stew. -Yeah.
-Now, why is it South Philly? -I mean, that’s where I’m from. That’s where my boy
branzino’s from. [ Laughter ] [ Air horn blows ] -Branzino!
[ Cheers and applause ] -I mean, it’s a take on,
you know, a classic cioppino. -Yeah.
-You know? -You said, Quest,
you always told me that the secret that no one knows
about you Tariq is that he’s actually
an amazing cook. -Tariq is probably
one of the best chefs every. -Really?
-Like, I feel like this whole food space I’m in is
more like imposter syndrome, ’cause he’s really, like… I’m sure now
he’s slow-roasting — [ Laughter ] I’m sure that he got up at 3:00
in the morning to, like, put a roast in the oven.
-Oh, man. -What do you like better?
Emceeing or cooking? -Um, you know,
I actually like — I mean, I enjoy cooking probably
more than I do emceeing. -Really?
-Yeah, yeah. -Why?
-I mean, it’s just a different medium, you know what I mean? It’s something that, you know, I haven’t been doing
for quite as long, and it’s just more,
you know, therapeutic. It’s like — I don’t know.
It’s just something — -Your whole life cooking?
Was your parents into it? -My parents weren’t into cooking
that much. My grandmother a little bit. But I started working in
restaurants, like, you know,
before I should’ve. -Really?
-Since I was about 13. -Yeah, that’s when I started
working, too, yeah. [ Indistinct ]
Yeah, I know. You’re not legally allowed
to work there, but, yeah. -And I was getting paid
under the table. -Exactly. Right. Yeah. And is this your jam,
the seafood stew? -Yeah, you know, one of many. It was what I was vibing on
that day. -I think this is cool, man.
This is fun. A lot of cool — A lot of good
names in here, too, if you want to pick up this
book, “Mixtape Potluck.” I also want to talk about
your show, “Hip Hop.” This is on AMC — “Hip Hop:
The Songs That Shook America.” -Yep.
-What made you want to do a docuseries on hip hop? -You know —
-What makes it different? -For such a long time,
you know, we travel around, and you do interviews, you do,
you know, promotion runs. And, you know, you find people
telling these stories sort of documenting the culture, and it really feels like,
you know, they’re on the outside
looking in. -Sure.
-So when we got the opportunity to sort of, you know,
to tell a story from first-hand,
you know, knowledge, we jumped at it. Like, this is what it looks like when the gatekeepers of the
culture or the elder statesmen, you know, sort of
take back the keys. -Yeah. You guys have been around
for a long time. -[ Laughs ]
-I mean, you have. -Yeah.
-I mean, longer than most hip hop groups. -Yeah, but…
-Yeah. -What you getting at? -What I’m just saying
is you guys are legit. I mean, people love you, man. People come on our show,
and they’re nervous to perform ’cause you’re looking at them
and they’re looking at you. They’re like, “Oh, my gosh. Black Thought is looking at me,
and Quest.” Like, even the drummer’s just
like, “Oh, my God. It’s Questlove looking at me.”
Exactly. But, so, for you to actually
talk about songs and, you know,
songs that shook America, it means something to people
because you know your stuff, you know
what you’re talking about. -I’ll always put it in terms of,
like, I’m not a sports head, but I love ESPN’s “30 for 30.”
-Yeah, yeah. -And so this show
is also not only for, like,
connoisseurs of hip hop, but even if you’re not into it,
like, it’s still engaging and educational and you learn
something from it. -How’d you pick the songs? -Mm…
-So, based on this book called “Rap Year Book”
by Shea Serrano… -Yeah.
-…we’d optioned that book. He gives his opinion.
It’s more subjective. He gives his opinion
what he thinks the song of the year represents. It is not the best song
or that thing, but it’s just — for us, it was like the song that causes
the biggest ripple effect. -Wow.
-And so our pilot episode is Kanye West’s “Jesus Walks,” which really has a deep story just beyond the four minutes
that you get to listen to. -That’s crazy.
-And we had very many knock-down, drag-out, you know,
arguments about… -What song is what?
-…what song was the most impactful and made, you know, sort of the biggest impression
when. -Yeah, and you narrowed it down. You’ve got a good list.
This is good stuff. You guys have known each other
since high school. -Yeah.
-That’s a long time to know each other
and be friends. I have never before seen photos. Here’s —
-Oh! -This is Questlove.
[ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] Remember this dude?
-Yeah. -Remember him?
-Yep. -And then here’s Tariq.
[ Cheers and applause ] -Nah, you’re in style, dude.
-Oh, no! [ Laughs ] -What is the secret to being
a successful group for so long? -I joke that
it’s two tour buses. [ Laughter ]
-Yeah, yeah. -But really it’s just that,
you know, we have a dream, and we can do other —
like, pursue other things, but always come back
to home base. -Yeah.
-And that’s — -I think it’s, you know,
the fact that we’ve, you know, never had to sort of compromise our integrity
or, like, what the brand, you know,
sort of has grown to represent. You know what I mean?
-You never have — like, I know what you’re saying. Like, now
and then you hear a band. They put out a new album,
they kind of sold out, they changed
to try to get something. -Yeah, I mean, often, people are
just, you know, in pursuit of whatever said prize is, and they
do something that, you know, feels less than organic or, you know,
just more contrived when, you know, I feel like
slow and steady wins the race. -Yeah. Smart. [ Cheers and applause ]
Fate holds nothing on the providence I know No longer bound to things of wood and stone When all I had to offer was my worst You saw my heavy heart and loved me first Your beauty staring down my brokenness You chose to throw Your heart into the mess Compassion crashing down upon my debt You were there All this time Like a river running through my failure You carried me all this time Like the splinters buried in Your shoulders You carry me now Hallelujah if ever now my heart cries hallelujah If ever now in the wonder of Your grace A thousand times a thousand years my soul will say Grace, you saw the crushing weight my flesh deserved You kneeled and wrote forgiveness in the dirt And one by one the stones fell where they lay As one by one my accusers walked away With nothing left to throw they made a cross And knowing only love could count the cost You were there All this time Like a river running through my failure You carried me all this time Like the splinters buried in Your shoulders Your love carried all my shame Jesus how my soul will praise You You carried me all this way Like a diamond in the scars upon Your crown You carry me now Hallelujah if ever now my heart cries hallelujah If ever now in the wonder of Your grace A thousand times a thousand years my soul Will say Hallelujah forever now in the greatness of my Saviour Forever now in the brightness of Your Name Jesus on this rock I’ll sing Your praise Hallelujah if ever now my heart cries hallelujah If ever now in the wonder of Your grace A thousand times a thousand years my soul will say Hallelujah forever now in the greatness of my Saviour Forever now in the brightness of Your Name Jesus on this rock I’ll sing Your praise Joel and Matty, good to see you guys.
Thank you. Thanks for sharing these songs with us. The song ‘Splinters and Stones,’ man, what a unique title. We were just
talking about this song, and I want you to talk about the inspiration behind it.
It’s such a powerful story, and when you shared it with me obviously the title
all of a sudden is like, “bing, okay I actually get this now,” so talk about the
inspiration behind the song and the ideas. Um yeah, well I mean the
inspiration kind of came out, I mean out of John chapter 8, there’s a story of
Jesus and the woman caught in adultery and the Pharisees, the religious
people, are trying to trap Jesus and say, “Hey, what are we going to do with
this woman, the law says we’re going to stone her,” and you know, I think we
know the story well, but Jesus, he kneels in the dirt, he draws in the dirt with his
finger, and then he says you know, “Whoever’s without sin throw the first
stone,” and of course everybody was stumped, and the Bible says that they all
dropped their stones and one by one every single accuser walked away and
then, you know, I’ll just read it because I love it. It says in
verse 10 “Jesus straightened up and asked her, “Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?” “No one, sir,” she said. “Then neither do I condemn you,” Jesus declared. “Go now and leave your life of sin.” And um I mean, I just love the story and here’s the thing, I believe that that story, it really happened. There was a woman
caught in adultery, but as the church that’s us, you know? He’s talking about
the Church, and it doesn’t matter how righteous we
think we are, doesn’t matter how great our deeds are, the bottom line is every
single one of us deserve to be crushed underneath the weight of our sin;
and the parallel and paradox on the whole thing is that, you know Jesus was
the rock. He was the solid rock and he threw himself because he’s
the only one who was without sin. He threw himself on the cross for us so
when we deserve to be crushed with stones, he knew that only he had the right to throw himself into the ring and he did, he threw
himself in the form of compassion, and so that was kind of the picture, I
just had this picture of Jesus, and I was freaking out because I’m like,
Jesus threw himself in because he’s the only one who could. He did that on behalf
of us and he threw himself like a rock against the cross, and that was a lyric in the
song at one point, but it didn’t fit, but the song is just the story, you know, and
there’s a lot of metaphor in there along those lines, but just the concept of like
you know the cross is a symbol of shame and the stone represents our punishment
of the law, the heavy weight of the law, and Jesus kind of superseded both, and
it’s the story of like what Jesus has done for us is still good now, like he’s
carried us all this time he’s carried us through our shame and he’s going to
continue to carry us and again, you know, the paradox of it is we carry him, so
he carries us in his flesh, but we carry him as well in our flesh, in spirit, and
so that’s kind of like the, I guess it’s a chorus, it’s kind of like a pre-chorus
but you know, “All this time like a river running through my failure
you’ve carried me all this time like splinters buried in your
shoulders,” and I just loved that picture of like you know us being the splinters
that are still ingrained in his skin and him still carrying us now, and then
it kind of goes on and says, “You’ve carried me all this way like a
diamond in the sky is upon Your crown You carry me now,” and so it’s a song that I think it kind of just builds on itself, and
we did it at Easter time in our church. It was the first time we did it in church and people are just kind of reading lyrics that didn’t know the song
we’re just freaking out just that some of the journey because when it says
you know, “He kneeled and wrote forgiveness in the dirt and one by one
the stones fell where they lay and they one by one my accusers walked away,” and everyone was just like, it was really faith building. So my prayer is that like it’s it’s kind of a song that people see
themselves in the story, and I think that’s really important for us, even as
worship leaders sometimes we can just sing songs and sing the word we know
what works we know what’s going to get people to kind of whatever, but it’s
something about a story that when people see themselves in it, it can kind of
bring people into a different space of worship; so I feel like this
would be a great song to do third in a worship set, and then you go into a song like, “How Great Is Our God” or
something that’s really triumphant and people will remember why,
because I was the woman caught in adultery and Jesus threw himself in
rather than, yeah. And we do see ourselves in the story, then it gets to
that chorus and there’s that response that hallelujah
recognizing oh man you know that was me you know it’s like he stepped in for me
and you have like this corporate response to that. It’s really powerful.
That’s good. Yeah like I mean again the last chorus, it’s cool because sometimes
when you write stuff, you don’t like I don’t feel like I meant this bit, but
like I’m forever now in the greatness of my Savior, forever now in, so it’s this
concept of be ingrained in who he is forever. Now in the brightness and of his
name Jesus on this rock I’ll sing your praise, and just again it’s that picture
of Jesus as the rock the only time every other time it stones and stones were rolled away, but Jesus was the rock like little stuff like I think it’s cool. That’s amazing. Well, walk us through chord-wise what you’re playing. Yeah,
hold my Bible. So we do it in D on the record, just
now we did it in A, the song kind of sits in the same kind of range so you
literally kind of do it in any key you like. I imagine for worship in a
corporate service like doing in A would be nice or B, we did it in B, excuse me,
in B, because it means everybody can sing that melody. The boy is really strong, so
if you want it to kind of be more anthemic at the end, I think that’d be a nice key, but um so I’ll do it in B right
now, because that’s what we just did it in, excuse me, like I said it’s one of those
songs we’ve done in every key imaginable. It’s real simple just like, so 1, 6 4 1 then it kind of passes on a 5, so it does that, that’s the verse, and the pre-chorus is 6, 4, 1 5 So thats that, then the
second verse does an interesting little bit, because it kind
of builds on itself, and so it just gets the passing chord and skips a bar and
dives in. It makes sense when you sing the lyrics. It goes straight to the 6 there 4 then it goes 1, 5,
and then the chorus kind of drops out. It’s just out 1, 5
I just keep it open there 4 1, 5,
Really simple, that’s pretty much the whole song. Man, really beautiful. Well done. Guys,
thanks so much for coming by and sharing it with us.
Hi everyone, this is Rosa. Today we’ll be doing 5 Amazing Love Quotes
from Spanish Songs. Let’s begin! Yo no te pido la luna, tan solo quiero amarte. “I’m not asking you for the moon, I just want
to love you.” No me canso de buscarte. No me importaría arriesgarte, si al final
de esta aventura yo lograra conquistarte. “I don’t get tired of seeking you. I wouldn’t care to risk you, if at the end
of this adventure I could win you over.” Te mentiría si negara hoy que desde entonces
solo sueño contigo. “I would be lying to you, if I denied today,
that since that day I only dream of you.” Regálame tu estrella, la que ilumina esta
noche llena de paz y de armonía, y te entregaré mi vida. “Give me your star, the one that lights up this night full of peace and harmony,
and I will hand you my life.” Toma mi presente, mi futuro incierto y que
el mundo nos recuerde por soñar despiertos. “Take my present, my uncertain future. And may the world remember us for daydreaming” This is the end of today’s 5 Amazing Love
Quotes from Spanish Songs. Tell us which is your favorite love song. Don’t forget to LIKE
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Hello. Here you go.
-Thank you. On my schoolboy’s copy books On my desk and the trees On the sand on the snow I write your name On all pages read
On all blank pages Stone blood paper or ash
I write your name On the wonder of the nights
On the white bread of the days On seasons betrothed
I write your name On the foam of clouds
On the sweat of the storm On the dense and insipid rain
I write your name On my ravaged shelters
On my collapsed lighthouses On the walls of my ennui
I write your name And by the power of one word
I start again my life I was born to know you
To name you Liberty.
>>ASK FOR MONEY AND GET ADVICE. ASK FOR ADVICE, GET MONEY TWICE. I’M FROM THE DIRTY BUT THAT CHICO NICE. Y’ALL CALL IT A MOMENT. I CALL IT LIFE.>>♪ ONE DAY WHILE MY LIGHT IS GLOWIN’, I’LL BE IN MY CASTLE GOLDEN ♪ ♪ BUT UNTIL THE GATES ARE OPEN, I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ ♪ WHOA, WHOA OH OH ♪ ♪ I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ ♪ WHOA, WHOA OH OH ♪ ♪ I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ [♪…]>>MR. WORLDWIDE… CHRISTINA AGUILERA… [♪…]OYE MAMITA… (COME ON)DALE QUE LA COSA ESTA RICA.>>♪ …FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ [♪…]>>WHOO…! YEAH…! FEEL THIS MOMENT. ♪ REPORTING LIVE FROM THE TALLEST BUILDING IN TOKYO ♪ ♪ LONG WAY FROM THEM HARD WAYS FILLED WITH ZOES AND OYES ♪ ♪ DADE COUNTY ALWAYS ♪ ♪ 305 ALL DAY ♪ ♪ NOW, BABY, WE CAN PARLEY OR, BABY, WE CAN PARTY, HA ♪ ♪ SHE READ BOOKS, ESPECIALLY ABOUT RED ROOMS AND TIE-UPS ♪ ♪ I GOT HER HOOKED ‘CAUSE SHE SEE ME IN A SUIT WITH THE RED TIE TIED UP ♪ ♪ MEET AND GREETS, NICE TO MEET YA BUT TIME IS MONEY ♪ ♪ ONLY DIFFERENCE IS I OWN IT ♪ ♪ NOW LET’S STOP TIME AND ENJOY THIS MOMENT,DALE ♪>>♪ ONE DAY WHILE MY LIGHT IS GLOWIN’, I’LL BE IN MY CASTLE GOLDEN ♪ ♪ BUT UNTIL THE GATES ARE OPEN, I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ ♪ WHOA, WHOA OH OH ♪>>COME ON!>>♪ I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ ♪ WHOA, WHOA OH OH ♪>>HA! YEAH!>>♪ I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ [♪…]>>WHOO…! HA! YEAH…! COME ON! FEEL THIS MOMENT.>>♪ I SEE THE FUTURE BUT LIVE FOR THE MOMENT ♪ ♪ MAKES SENSE, DON’T IT? HA ♪ ♪ NOW MAKE DOLLARS, I MEAN BILLIONS ♪ ♪ I’M A GENIUS, I MEAN BRILLIANT ♪ ♪ THE STREETS ARE WHAT SCHOOLED HIM AND MADE HIM SLICKER THAN SLICK RICK THE RULER ♪ ♪ I’VE LOST A LOT AND LEARNED A LOT BUT I’M STILL UNDEFEATED LIKE SHULA ♪ ♪ I’M FAR FROM CHEAP (HA-HA) ♪ ♪ I BREAK DOWN COMPANIES WITH ALL MY PEEPS (THAT’S RIGHT) ♪ ♪ BABY, WE CAN TRAVEL THE WORLD AND I CAN GIVE YOU AND ALL YOU CAN SEE ♪ ♪ TIME IS MONEY ♪ ♪ ONLY DIFFERENCE IS I OWN IT ♪ ♪ LIKE A STOPWATCH, LET’S STOP TIME AND ENJOY THIS MOMENT…DALE ♪>>♪ ONE DAY WHILE MY LIGHT IS GLOWIN’, I’LL BE IN MY CASTLE GOLDEN ♪ ♪ BUT UNTIL THE GATES ARE OPEN, I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ ♪ WHOA, WHOA OH OH ♪>>COME ON!>>♪ I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ ♪ OH, OH OH OH ♪ ♪ I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ [♪…]>>WHOO…! YEAH…! COME ON! FEEL THIS MOMENT.>>♪ WHOA, WHOA OH OH ♪ ♪ I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT ♪ ♪ WHOA, WHOA OH OH ♪ ♪ I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT. ♪ [MUSIC ENDS]