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You must be wondering something really horrible, but you never know that you may get a content which can be viral and help you fill pockets through YouTube like the thing happened here.
19 Sep 2017
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A short music video based on the movie "Patriot Games" and to the music "Somewhere I belong" by Linkin Park
1 Jan 2007
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Heres an old movie called "Somewhere In Time". This is an older Movie with Christopher Reeves, (R.I.P. Chris) its a classic Romance Novel, with alittle suspense, its a great movie, really. If you like Christopher Reeves, or are into just good ol Romance Movies, this movie is for you. Enjoy!
22 Jun 2007
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an amv tribute to the character from yu yu hakusho, sensui. anime- yu yu hakusho music- somewhere i belong by linkin park Interestingly, Yusuke and his friends' power levels climbed very fast throughout the series. At the beginning of the series, Yusuke and Kuwabara had only E-class power levels. By the Saga of the Three Kings, Kuwabara possesses middle A-class power and Yusuke possesses high S-class power. It took Sensui six years (a split between 7 personalities) to develop low S-class power where as Yusuke went from E to high S-class in a little less than two years (albeit due to extreme circumstances and experiences). By the time of the Saga of the Three Kings, all of Yusuke's friends and allies that fought were stronger than the Toguro brothers, including the dark tournament qualifiers.
23 Dec 2008
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Final Fantasy VII Advent Children AMV set to Linkin Park - Somewhere I Belong.
11 Aug 2008
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Somewhere over the rainbow Joey 12yrs Joey has over 188 songs posted on You tube under Castillo kids he plays with sisters Julie 8 Jessie 10 and they play ,bass,violin,bangos,saxophone,drums,trumpete,mandoline, piano, guitar, Guitaron,vihulea,
23 Jun 2009
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Cult Epics and AgitPop Media proudly present Here Is Always Somewhere Else, the critically acclaimed documentary about enigmatic Dutch/Californian artist Bas Jan Ader (1942-1975), whose daring conceptual performances culminated in his mysterious disappearance at sea. As recounted through the eyes of fellow emigrant Rene Daalder, Ader's story becomes a sweeping overview of contemporary art as well as an epic saga of the transformative powers of the ocean. To order this DVD, and/or other titles distributed by Microcinema, go to: www.microcinemadvd**** For the first time ever, the artist's complete film oeuvre is being made publicly available in this unique two-disc edition, sure to inspire a new generation of artists, thinkers and dreamers alike.
11 Dec 2008
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Watch The Movie Somewhere In Time at *******jmdf15122.flynetwork.hop.clickbank****/
10 Feb 2009
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"Somewhere New" written by Noah Collins and Recorded by Richard Windham live at 88.1 WUTC studios.
6 Apr 2009
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"Somewhere New" by Noah Collins performed live at Eddie's Attic in Atlanta, Georgia 3/23/09.
6 Apr 2009
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Song in which the singer touts his refusal to give up dream chasing and also pins down his ranking in the musical industry: Somewhere between Carrie Underwood and William Hung.
13 Apr 2009
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I actually tried to upload this on youtube, but due the copyright law youtube blocked my audio. This was requested by someone, and I was bored so I made this my best amv ever :3 And yes, the person who requested this is happy with it =D! This is my first IchiRuki AMV that really gives me the IchiRuki Feeling xP. Song: Somewhere Artist: Within Temptation Anime: Bleach Made by: FrostingNL (youtube)/ FrostingNL (metacafe) ------------------------------------ I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING OF THIS, ALL RIGHTS GO TO THE ORIGINAL OWNERS OF THE SONG/ANIME. THIS IS PURELY FANMADE AND HAS NO GOAL TO EARN MONEY AND THAT STUFF!
5 Jul 2009
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Song: Somewhere I belong Artist: Linking Park
6 Sep 2009
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This video is a dedication to all my friends that changed my life. Without them I would probably be dead right now. I call them family. They are my brothers and sisters and they will never be anything less than that to me. I love you all... Songs: 1st. Linkin park - Somewhere I belong. 2nd. Goo goo dolls - I'm still here. Disclaimer: I do not own any of the music heard in this slideshow. They are the property of there rightful owners, the bands Linkin Park, The goo goo dolls and the record companies that support them.
14 Jan 2010
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I thought of making another new version of this beautiful standards, but this time with vanBasco mini keys, so interested people can benefit from what I played...But even though, I noticed that unfortunately not all of the notes that I played appear in the video. MORE INFORMATIONS: "Over the Rainbow" (sometimes mistakenly known as "Somewhere Over the Rainbow") is a song with music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. It was written for the movie The Wizard of Oz, and it became Judy Garland's signature song. The song's plaintive melody and simple lyrics depict a pre-adolescent girl's desire to escape from the "hopeless jumble" of this world, from the sadness of raindrops to the bright new world "over the rainbow." It expresses the childlike faith that a door will magically be opened to a place where "troubles melt like lemon-drops". The song is so popular that it tops the "Songs of the Century" list compiled by the Recording Industry Association of America and the National Endowment for the Arts. It also topped the American Film Institute's "100 Years, 100 Songs" list. Along with Irving Berlin's "White Christmas", the song was adopted by the American troops in Europe in World War II as a symbol of the United States, the faraway land that, after long years of war, seemed like a dream beyond the rainbow. Modern listeners may be unaware that the song had an introductory stanza, as this was not sung in the film by Garland. However, there is one known recorded instance of her singing the full song with the introductory verse, on The Louella Parsons Radio Show in December 1948. The song has come to epitomize the gesture of the rising octave, which makes its opening so distinctive. Sight-singing instructors and other musicians use the song as an example and a reference point for hearing the interval. The music is heavily inspired by the 'Song to the Moon' by Dvorak's opera Rusalka.
13 Jan 2010
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