Tag: Music

Attack of the Madonna Clones

The recent public feud between Madonna and Lady GaGa isn’t anything new to the material girl. She’s endured copycats and clones ever since day one when she started back in the early 80s. Here are a few of the ones that I remember and actually liked.…

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Dreamin’

A contestant on American Idol season 10 (2011) sang DREAMIN’ by Amos Lee which brought a huge new audience to this incredible singer. Here’s the original version by Amos Lee following by the lyrics and then the one by Scott Dangerfield from his audition on Idol.…

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Return to Innocence

I’ve always loved Enigma’s “Return to Innocence” which is about recapturing the magic and wonder that we had in our youth. It’s so important for us to never lose touch with our inner child and remain ever wide-eyed and full of hopes and dreams. Favorite passage:…

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The Chain of Love

Here’s a wonderful song called “The Chain of Love” by Clay Walker from many years ago. I’ve never forgotten it or the amazing truth it tells about the power of each and every kind act that we do. One small act of kindness can lead to…

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Me

Paula Cole’s “Me” is a wonderful song about our own worst enemies sometimes, our own selves! It’s amazing how often we sabotage our own successes whether consciously or subconsciously. We get in our own way on our journey to happiness and impede the path to bliss…

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Does She Love That Man

I’ll never forget the first time that I heard the song “Does She Love That Man?” by Breathe. In was one of the most painful holiday seasons ever for as I was suffering the immense anguish of heartbreak from a major breakup with some I truly…

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Shayla

I’ve always been a fan of Blondie and love all of their well-known songs such as Heart of Glass, Dreaming, Atomic, and many more. However, there’s this one obscure song that really captivates me still to this day. It’s called Shayla and it’s about a woman…

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She’s Not Just a Pretty Face

Maybe it’s because I have a daughter now (three years old), but I view women differently than I used to. Most men, especially Italians I’m afraid, look at women as these objects of beauty. While there’s nothing wrong with admiring the beauty in females, it’s wrong…

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Tragedy

I remember this oldie from John Hunter called “Tragedy”. I always thought he sounded a lot like Leo Sayer whom I liked a lot. Cute song and video. Simple story about how your tragedy can turn into a happy ending unexpectedly.

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Fire and Rain

James Taylor’s “Fire and Rain” still moves me every time I hear it. Doesn’t matter how many times I hear it, I just feel something. The music and JT’s voice and the words are all perfect together. The meaning behind the song makes it all the…

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