Tuesday, March 18, 2008

What Song is Your Favorite?

Too Much Heaven - Bee Gees


powered by ODEO

Nobody gets too much heaven no more
It's much harder to come by
I'm waiting in line
Nobody gets too much love anymore
It's as high as a mountain
And harder to climb
Oh you and me girl
Got a lot of love in store
And it flows through you
And it flows through me
And I love you so much more
Then my life..I can see beyond forever
Ev'rything we are will never die
Loving's such a beautiful thing
Oh you make my world.. a summer day
Are you just a dream to fade away
Nobody gets too much heaven no more
It's much harder to come by
I'm waiting in line
Nobody gets too much love anymore
It's as high as a mountain
And harder to climb

When I was young (espcially in high schoo), I was really big into Pop Music. I bought a lot of LP records and spent 2-3 hours a day enjoying Pop Music.

As you know, Music helps relieve "Stress" and makes us happy, cheerful, and sad. Also, we can use Pop song as a kind of material in the class.

The Above song is one of my favorites. So, I wonder who is your favorite atrist and what is your favorite song.

6 comments:

shinhk405 said...

In fact, the songs I like best are old fashioned. I like the songs sung by Carpenters. But it is so sorry that we can't her. Her songs are now alive in the disk that is, I can enjoy her continually. Now I'm interested in Real Group!

Lucy said...

Hi, my captain!

It is kind of cloudy outside today. This weather could make us down, but let's keep our chins up!

I like music very much. I don't have deep knowledge about music, though. I just enjoy listening, and sometimes hum after the singer.

One of my favorite songs is "After the love has gone" by Earth, Wind & Fire. Of course, the song is about love and seperation. While writing this comment, I'm listening to the song. Oh, it's good.

Do you think "Can love that's lost be found?"? It is a part of the lyrics.

Judy said...

What a wonderful sound! Thanks to your favorite song, I feel very comfortable.
Last year, I saw a musical"mammamia"
at Arts center in Seoul. I was so impressived. When I was a studant in University, I liked Abba's song.
In Mammamia, you can here many Abba's songs, if you like.

Mars said...

When I was a university student, I had a boy friend. One day he went to Seoul to take a test. That night in the hotel, he called me and sang a song for me. I couldn't forget that song "You mean everything to me" by Neil Sedaka. The other one is "The river in the ppines" by Joan Baez. I like her voice very much.

KIMMIE said...

Hi, Mc....

Have you ever experience when you go to coffee shop or somewhere, then, your favorite song just comes out? That will make you so happy!! Actually, last weekend, I expeience it. Where I met my friend, I could hear my favorite, Real Love sung by John Lennon. His voice is so sweet that he doesn't need any other intruments but a guitar. I really love it.

Andy's said...

One morning, I was driving a long way. Getting board, I turned on radio and heard a song. It was cool. Almost shocking new experience. You will enjoy her exqusite, unique song without any musical instrument. "Tom's Diner"
by Susan Vega. There are two versions: one with musical instrument and the other is no instrument. I love the latter.
Enjoy her poetic voice.