This week’s song of the week is by Mika, “Blame It On The Girls”. It’s a light, fun song about how it sucks to look good (yeah right! ha). Take a listen, its fun! And perfect for this time of the year.
This week’s song of the week makes me feel like spring is on the way… and not just literally.
Ok, so as many of you know, I was a HUGE fan of Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog… well I found something else with Felicia Day in it, which has me on the floor laughing so hard… check it out…
Well, today is the big day… Hope you all have enjoyed the love songs! Here is my all-time favorite love song. It’s from the soundtrack of Moulin Rouge. Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor sing an amazing duet with “Come What May”. Enjoy!
In the world of love songs, few can compare to the magic that was woven together by Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey in “Endless Love”. My heart melts every time I hear this song!!!
Josh Groban has an amazing voice for these sorts of songs… he has a lot of passion, obviously. But he can support his notes, and hit some pretty sweet ones. This song gave me chills the first time I listened to it. It’s “When You Say You Love Me” by Josh Groban.
“In My Life” was a song originally done by the Beatles. However, the song had so much more meaning when I heard a cover of it by Johnny Cash.
Not everything in love is quite so passionate, sometimes it feels so natural. Elton John embodies this in “Your Song”.
Sometimes love tends to get out of control… you try to resist it, but you just can’t. While REO Speedwagon originally did this song, I selected the Glee version of it to put as today’s song. Enjoy “Can’t Fight This Feeling”.
So, love is not just about some ushy-gooshy feeling inside. It takes commitment, and being someone’s best friend forever. This means sometimes we go off on our own for awhile, and if its love, it waits. Train reminds us of this when they sing “Drops of Jupiter”.