Many scrapbookers believe they can’t journal on their scrapbook pages because they’re not “writers.” Well, here’s the good news: You don’t have to be a writer to add your stories to your scrapbook pages! In fact, in this short article, I’m going to share some of my hard-won secrets for capturing journaling for your pages without even trying. Sound good? Okay, let’s get going!
In the following years, I came to like “Raspberry Beret,” a song from Around the World in A Day album. The song tells a story about a guy who works in a small store. Then he falls in love with a girl who steps in to the store one day. The girl wears a raspberry beret the film one which inspired the title. They finally get together in the end, which makes a sweet story and a sweet song to listen to.
There are some cases where completely deconstructing the original version of a cover, and barely replacing it at all can be cool, but I think when starting to work out your cover songs, it’ll be to your benefit to find some piece of the original to hold on to, as a reference point for your listeners.
A song from a movie soundtrack – Still for others, there are movies that are important to them and can find songs from that movie’s soundtrack that they would want to use during their wedding.
Women have to view black men as computers. When they consider getting involved with a black man, they need to find out what programs the model of their computer comes loaded with. Ideally, you want a computer that’s equipped with the programs that cater to your needs, enable you to execute your daily functions, and fulfills your desires.
I can also remember after seeing movies from the “Star Wars” trilogy and how the the music would stay with me so much so that when I left there, I would be so charged that I thought I could take on the world! “Get outta my way, bad guy. You can’t stop me!” Those strong symphonic movements gave me the strength in my posture, the pep in my step, and that burning desire to move past all of those obstacles in life that ever distracted me and impeded my progress. Talk about powerful!
Highway To Hell was one of the last songs recorded by Bon Scott. This was AC/DC’s party anthem. It has one of the best and catchiest choruses they’ve ever written. It also has one of the most recognizable opening riffs, which makes it one of the top 5.
The one unarguable necessity of any road trip is music. Every movie needs a soundtrack. It sets the mood, it frames the scene, and it eases the passing of the miles. Whether or not you should choose literal road tunes like Born to Run or King of the Road is a matter of personal preference. I invariably take several CD’s by Australian greats The Church. Their dreamy sprawling sound scapes are the perfect compliment to the land as it rolls by, and Steve Kilbey’s lyrics take one on a simultaneous journey to that place where ideas download from cosmic consciousness.