Beatles – Something

This George Harrison-penned Beatles tune is one of the best love songs of all times (even Frank Sinatra said so!)  The funny thing is… the “L” word is never mentioned, then again… it doesn’t have to, you just Know.

The original video could not be used for this post… but this compilation is a nice second choice.   But the song is Number One…. a Masterpiece.

The King Lives On!

It all began on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi when Vernon and Gladys Presley welcomed Elvis Aron (later changed to Aaron)Presley.

As mothers do, they see talent in their children.  Gladys bought her 12-year-old son Elvis his first guitar.

By the mid-1950s, he appeared on the radio, television and the silver screen.

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On August 16, 1977, at age 42, he died of heart failure, which was related to his drug addiction. Since his death, Presley has remained one of the world’s most popular music icons.

VLVIS – The Fox

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This catchy song is as substantial as cotton candy. And, like the sticky treat… a guilty pleasure to enjoy.

Ylvis – The Fox [Official music video HD]

James Bond wins at Oscars®

Skyfall Wins the Gold

Congratulations to Adele and Paul Epworth for their Oscar®-winning Best Original song “Skyfall.    They truly deserve it.

Any doubts will be removed after you watch the video below.

The song is great and so is the movie.  007 is number one in our eyes!

And, as a bonus, those watching the Oscar® ceremony were given the treat of hearing Dame Shirley Bassey sing her Bond song “Goldfinger.”

Happy 50th anniversary, James!

Grammy Winner – 2013 Record of the Year

Gotye (feat. Kimba) – Somebody That I Used to Know Video

The Beligian-Australian singer-songwriter  Wouter “Wally” De Backer a.k.a. Gotye performs the hauntingly beautiful song “Somebody That I Used to Know.”

Fellow singer-songwriter Kimba Lee Johnson of New Zealand adds her vocals.

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The Perfect Valentine Song????

Silly Love Songs

Transport yourself to the ’70s with a click of a button.  Paul McCartney & Wings perform this catchy tune.

Regardless if you think this song is too sugary and pop, you have to admit that Paul and Linda were one of the best examples of true love — and you can’t make ridicule that.