As I chopped the fresh basil and oregano this morning, I remembered the words of my Italian neighbor as she taught me how to make an authentic red sauce.
She shot to international fame with “Songs in a Minor”, her first studio album, and sold 12 million copies worldwide in 2001. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) certified it as six times Platinum. She was tagged as the best-selling new artist and best-selling R&B artist. She went on to win five awards at the Grammy Awards making her the second female solo artist to win soundtrack lyrics five Grammy Awards in a single night. She won the Song of the Year, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, and Best R&B Song for “Fallin”, Best New Artist, and Best R&B Album.
The Youth Group’s most distinguished works are their second and third albums, respectively. You could depict comparisons and notice the band’s development, thus, it is suggested to listen to both. The second album Skeleton Jar from their Ivy League Records of 2004 was halfhearted, and the sales were also average. The band had until now to sharpen their beats and there is barely any disparity in tempo and structure. The song “Shadowland” however, is clearly the piece that saves their second album and you get the sense that they are at last stepping in the right course on how their music be.
“Aint No Stoppin Us Now” by McFadden and Whitehead is a celebratory song to honor black achievements, and became a number #1 hit selling over 2 million copies.
To the degree that you focus your attention on the negative aspects of your job, your boss, your commute, or your coworkers, you blend yourself with them. It’s like hearing a song on the radio and mindlessly humming along. In your complaint, you are singing along to the tune of what you don’t want.
This recording is a triumph. The text along with the music for the refrain comes from a 16th-century Scandinavian manuscript and the verses were set by Mediaeval Baebe Ruth Galloway. I love this synthesis of vital creativity with reverence for the past.
The second track is called “Calling Out” and was sung by Luna and Krystal from K-pop group, f(x). Once again it describes the relationship between Song Eun Jo and Hong Ki Hoon and Eun Jo’s love for Ki Hoon. The lyrics begin with the words “From the strong loneliness, I woke up, Because I was picturing you smiling, I smiled too without even knowing.” The song seems to describe Eun Jo’s feelings after Ki Hoon left for eight years without even saying goodbye. The song continues with “My love disappeared like this again.” This song has also gained huge popularity in May.
Quote unquote. No, it’s not cheating to use someone else’s words on your scrapbook pages. There are dozens of wonderful quote directories online that allow you to search by topic and keyword because many, many people find inspiration in others’ words. Just make sure to give credit where credit is due.