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Mo Ghruagach Dhonn – Julie Fowlis

Mo Ghruagach Dhonn sung by Julie Fowlis Lovely, clear and sweet, Julie’s voice is just beautiful. I enjoy listening to her sing this ancient Gaelic love song about a man’s search. Julie says of the song, “This is a North Uist love song which I heard for the first time in the house of Kate-Ann […]

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Regresa a mi – Il Divo

‘Regresa a mi’ sung by Il Divo A beautiful, sad, moving love song, passionately sung by Il Divo.  Longing for love lost. The line, ‘My life turns off without you by my side’ touches me. We often merge our lives so completely with another that when other is gone we turn off or shut down. […]

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Three Little Birds – Connie Talbot

‘Three Little Birds’ sung by Connie Talbot Sweet, fun and happy, makes me smile. I love the lines, ‘Don’t worry about a thing, cause every little thing is gonna be alright.’ How true!  Worry stems from thinking about past/future, usually something which has not yet manifest. Worry is fear-based (FEAR = False Evidence Appearing Real […]

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Furniture – Amy Studt

‘Furniture’ sung by Amy Studt, music video Haunting, fragile and intense… touches me to the bone! Makes me wonder… why we cause harm to each other, the earth and all life? Why don’t we love each other or ourselves? Will we be able to collectively move beyond these destructive patterns? I know we can! I […]

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Tibetan Plateau – Vitas

‘Tibetan Plateau’ sung by Vitas Spectacular! Glorious journey through the mountains and minds of Tibet. Beautifully sung by Vitas. Vitas, Song: Tibetan Plateau (2008 Just released.), Video created by: Dieforsing (China), Song written by: Qianyi Zhang. Official website: www.vitas.com.ru.  Tibetan Plateau is a folk song made popular by Li Na (李娜). Vitas (Vitaliy Vladasovich Grachyov) […]

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