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There & Back - Ashley Parker Angel Episode 1 Part 1
This is an acoustic cover of Sister Hazels song "Out There".
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Let There Be A Song - PeteDT2
Professor Alan Chalmers talks about his work developing 'There-Reality' systems at the University of Warwick.
A kid doing a funny interpretation of the song Hey There Delilah.
"There Ain't No Bugs on Me" starring Scruffy the dog.
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Danse DaiMons has won the stage with his sizzling performance and charismatic persona. He will be the new household name and the nation will sway to the beats of his trendy rap numbers. He has given a new edge to the original number âHey There Delilahâ, by Plain White T's. The first official remix of the song has turned every head and is still the reigning the hearts of the listeners.
The original âHey There Delilahâ lyrics was famous with the audience, spontaneously for many weeks. Tom Higginson, the head behind the original version was in love with Delilah DiCrescenzo, a Columbia University student and wrote the song to honor his feelings.
But then, DaiMons took the Entertainment industry by storm, when he punched new lyrics and remixed âHey There Delilahâ. The crazy fans took an instant liking to the new lines and made Daimons their hero. The chorus lines âoh it's what you do to meâ are the best and the other lines of the song are simply mind blowing.
Through the song, he wanted to convey that Delilah is no more in love with Tom, but with him. The concept sparked controversy between the Tom and DaiMons, but then DaiMons won the race. The original âHey There Delilahâ shot to the number one position on the Billborad Pop 100 chart. From 16, it took a leap to the 6th position and then the song scaled the list with one position in every week. This amazing pattern of reaching the number one position happened in 21 years!
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2 hours before the debut of "I'm Not There" at the Toronto fest, director Todd Haynes & producer Christine Vachon chat with indieWIRE about the challenges of making the film and the theme of "identity" that touches many of their films together.