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patrickk964312 wrote:
not the original singer!

Not what original  singer?   What are you responding to?

 

 

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not the original singer!
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Pretty much anything by Coldplay. They just bore me to tears. I don't know why.

 

 

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"Cat's in The Cradle" by Harry Chapin and "Seasons in The Sun" by Terry James.  Nice songs but just too depressing.

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@WebWiseWoman wrote:

"Sound of Silence" -- Simon and Garfunkel

 

The cover by Disturbed is so honorable, no one else imho could do it justice...

 

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@WebWiseWoman - I tried your link but it didn't go to the song. Here is the official version on youtube. It's worth a listen. Starts out a little creepy but he does make it unique. However, being a huge S&G fan, I won't be ditching my original recording. Smiley Wink

 

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RAP is Repulsive and not Music!!! Very Vulgar at Times and I wouldn't let Children go Near That!!! Look at the World---Do Yu Like It???


A lot of rappers don't like it either. A lot of protesters on the street are less musical. Do you think protesters like to protest just for the fun of it? Maybe they do. It is what it is. It's not all bad.

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RAP is Repulsive and not Music!!! Very Vulgar at Times and I wouldn't let Children go Near That!!! Look at the World---Do Yu Like It???

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Rap / hip hop evolved in neighborhoods where music education had been removed in curricula, so it arose as a natural expresison of rhythm and poetry. By every definition of music, it is indeeed both absolutely music and a legitimate cultural art form. (I'm a published songwriter and musician)  You may not like it, but that's simply subjectivity at play. 

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"Sound of Silence" -- Simon and Garfunkel

 

The cover by Disturbed is so honorable, no one else imho could do it justice...

 

#VegasStrong

 

 


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No, it’s so romantic! And sappy, I love it.

get rid of the cave man song, “Gotta have a woman”

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