Without a doubt, Rufus Wainwright is one of the most original songwriters out there today. Countless people have been moved by his compositions. I am personally a huge fan of Wainwright’s unique style, and when the question of the best Rufus Wainwright songs came up in a conversation among a few music-loving friends, I had to answer it.
Use song lyrics. Many song lyrics seem to be written just for us — for a special relationship or situation in our lives. If someone else has already written the cartoon to your life, don’t try to recreate the wheel; just use the song lyrics and call it good!
Last.fm and Rhapsody: These sites provide free streaming music and also suggest new music you might like based on your preferences. You can also link your friends to specific songs and share the music you love.
Changing your phones ring tone is easy. Perhaps set it for that one specific friend who reminds you of Axel Foley or the 1980’s. There are lots of ways to enjoy Axel on your cel phone. Make your phone individually unique, show your personality and brighten your day all with this simple synthesized song.
The most popular main song of the soundtrack, which is the opening track, is called “It has to be You” which was sung by YeSung from K-pop group, Super Junior. The ballad was #1 in online music sales in from late April to early May 2010. It also gained popularity in ringtones in Korea. The lyrics to this tune describe the romance between Song Eun Jo so well. It begins with the lines “Today I am wandering in my memories again, Standing at the end of this road, You are holding onto me even though I cannot see you again, Once again I’m stuck on this road again.” On June 4, 2010, YeSung had a special on-stage performance on KBS’s Music Bank television show for this unique song.
Road tripping has been an integral part of American life since the advent of the automobile age. The myth and romance of the open road was created in such classic films as Easy Rider, Vacation and even Thelma and Louise. That same freedom is the topic of great American novels like Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and John Steinbeck’s Travels with Charley, and it inspired the maniacal true life events depicted in Tom Wolfe’s The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test. The open road pervades the American consciousness, just as the Arctic pervades the Canadian.
Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen – There’s a reason they call him “the boss”. He knows music and he knows how to motivate a crowd with his heartfelt lyrics and rock n’ roll beats. After listening to this song, you will have a little bit of his energy with you the entire day.
The Youth Group’s third album shimmers and shines with all the notes properly fixed to its right place. It is considered a great album to search out the band more. It is great to spare a time to listen to their music.