Adorable little Avery expresses her patriotism with a rendition of the national anthem. She is just about as cute as it gets. For more good videos, please visit MyStudio.net. Distributed by Tubemogul.
THESE TWO EXCHANGED STUDENT SANG THIS IN OUR CHURCH. THEY SANG THE SONG IN A BEAUTIFUL, MEANINGFUL MANNER.
Angelina was just 15 when she filmed this video. Our bags were packed and in the lobby of the hotel in Rome. The director came by to say goodbye and happened to spot this beautiful fountain out in the courtyard. He beckoned Angelina to come out one more time for a quick take (recording). Forty-five minutes later with a taxi running this is the footage he shot! One of the more exciting moments of three long weeks of shooting 10 seperate music videos. "Let the weak, sinful soul have no fear to approach me. For even if that soul had sinned more than there are grains of sand in the world, All will be drowned in the immeasurable depths of My Mercy." (St. Faustina's Diary, entry 1059) Jesus, I Trust In You!
Me singing this awesome love song. Hope you like this rendition. Take care and God bless. :-)
Barbra sings the song People, from the broadway show and movie Funny Girl in concert, 1994, one of my favorite singers and favorite songs.
practice makes perfect. we used to practice the boy regularly and the result is in front of you.
D: okay i don't know Chinese very much but i loved this song so i tried part of it XD if i suck don't listen to it lyrics to the part i'm singing:
Qing Liang Liang De Shui A Liu Guo Wo De Jia
Na Shui Zhong De Yu Er Ni Shuo Yi Shuo Hua Ba
Shuo Yi Shuo Zhe Ji Jie Shi Zen Yang Bian Hua
Shuo Yi Shuo Zhe Mu Qin Shi Zen Yang Qian Gua
Shuo Yi Shuo Zhe Nv Er Shi Zen Yang Yi Tian Tian Zhang Da
part of the white people dancing skit
A humorous song about a strange kind of love
"Bill" is from the 1927 "Show Boat" musical (Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II).
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Heres me right singing alto, bro middle singing tenor, and dad left singing lead vocal. tell us how we did XD thank u. enjoy.
With Frederick Hodges at the piano, singer Ann Gibson sings two songs popular in America during World War 1.
First is "I'm Going to Follow the Boys" by Henry Burr and Elizabeth Spencer, from 1918. It relies on the popularity of "Over There" in its chorus.
Second is an anti-war song, "I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier", written in 1915 when war broke out and used for the cause of keeping America out of the war. It features music by Al Piantadosi with lyrics by Alfred Bryan.
Hodges and Gibson perform regularly in the San Francisco Bay area. See http://www.frederickhodges.com for details.
Recorded during the WW1 set on Friday, 16 November 2007 at the 21st annual West Coast Ragtime Festival, in Sacramento, California.