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Monday, September 12, 2005

Song of the Day...

So I feel like showing a bit of my romantic side... yeah, yeah... Carmel actually has a romantic side, so if you're going to make some comments about it, well... BITE ME.

Never in any other relationship I've had before have I been serenaded. I honestly can't listen to some songs in the same way again without the thought of having it sung to me. Anyway, this is a tribute to serenades, music, and of course -l'amour.

"Come What May" from the Moulin Rouge Soundtrack sung by Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGreggor.

Male Voice:
Never knew I could feel like this, like I've never seen the sky before.
Want to vanish inside your kiss. Every day I love you more and more.
Listen to my heart, can you hear it sing?
Telling me to give you everything.
Seasons may change, winter to spring, but I love you, until the end of time.
Come what may. Come what may.
I will love you, until my dying day.

Female voice:

Suddenly the world seems such a perfect place.
Suddenly it moves with such a perfect grace.

Both:

Suddenly my life doesn't seem such a waste.

Female voice:
It all revolves around you.

Both:

And there's no mountain too high, no river too wide.
Sing out this song and I'll be there by your side.
Storm clouds may gather, stars may collide...

Male voice:

But I love you.

Female voice (Echo):

I love you.

Male voice:

Until the end...

Female voice (Echo):

Until the end...

Both:
...of time.
Come what may. Come what may.
I will love you until my dying day.
Oh, come what may. Come what may.
I will love you.

Female voice:

I will love you.
Suddenly the world seems such a perfect place.

Both:

Come what may. Come what may. I will love you until my dying day.

3 Comments:

Blogger IAMB said...

Good song. You should collect yourself a singing partner and try it for karaoke sometimes. I have and it's a real tough one to do well.

5:39:00 PM  
Blogger Carmel said...

It is a lovely song. I do technically have a singing partner to do it with. He loves to sing too. We just never actually sang the song for karaoke.

2:38:00 PM  
Blogger IAMB said...

Try it sometime. There's nothing quite like (at least in my opinion) singing a tough song in front of a large crowd and absolutely nailing it. Music in general (especially singing, guitar and piano) is one of the greatest loves of my life. I used to hate to sing in front of a crowd but started forcing myself to do it so I could get rid of stage fright. To my surprise I found that, as I became more and more comfortable onstage, I was simultaneously developing a strong emotional bond with singing. Who knew?

Matt

3:06:00 PM  

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