the lyrics dont say anything about anything even relatively important that still connects to the lyrics. Imagine hearing this sound everyday and never being able to get out of there. That is all.don't post unless you know what your talking isn't about johnny cash's experience. Johnny was an original and there's no one comparable to him. Okay, I Cant See How Anyone Would Sit There And Say This Song Is Racsis when Its Not! Johnny was not the bad ass that his songs portrayed him to be.johnny cash wrote this AFTER!!!
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"Gaston" is a song sung by Gaston, Le Fou, Gaston's buddies, and the villagers in Beauty and the Beast. Le Fou: Well, there's no one as easy to bolster as you! (instrumental break) Le Fou and Chorus: Who has brains like Gaston Entertains like Gaston Gaston: Who can make up these endless refrains like Gaston?
It was sung to cheer up Gaston after Belle rejects his marriage proposal, and was started by Lefou. [Heard only in the film version] Chorus: My what a guy! Le Fou: Gosh, it disturbs me to see you, Gaston Looking so down in the dumps Every guy here'd love to be you, Gaston Even when taking your lumps There's no man in town as admired as you You're everyone's favorite guy Everyone's awed and inspired by you And it's not very hard to see why! I use antlers in all of my decorating Chorus: Say it again!
Regardless, I completely agree with 'Mom of four children'; "It is painfully obvious to me and the entire world for that matter, that you sir, are a moron." Do us a favor, and leave the internet in its entirety. Plus its abou johny cash own experience so i gues if he was being racist it would be racist against white people wich isnt racist since he is white. Sorry that he is dead, I really wanted to meet this guy. If you are a childish (black) person who is very dumb and wants it to be rasist, then; yeah. For the High School Student...picture being stuck in a prison (maybe for life) and hearing a train in the background. because posting on a comment box about an un racist song being racist by talking about his monster dick being a monster and raping everyone. This site should not need to have to deal with stupid people, we should be talking about wonderful music, and not the ignorance of "fuck nuts licker". this is a realy good for every 1 who said it was rasist, your wrong.horribly is my favorite song by johnny,also,some of you need to learn to spell,and this is coming from an 8th grader he wrote the song BEFORE he ever went to jail.
And the way you act does do any good for promoting your image so if anyone is doing nything wrong its you giving what ever race you are a bad name. i really have NO CLUE what im doing and i need help. Imagine where you would go on that train if it stopped and picked you up. It saddens me to know that this is neccasary and there are people who activly look for people to provoke and upset. He only spent a short time in jail for posession of pain killers or "uppers and downers" that alot of the rock and roll performers were taking at the time Prescibed by doctors.
The abundance of comments and interpretations offered on Hallelujah illustrate why it is one of the most meaningful songs of modern times.
its powerful, yet wonderfully simple, lyrics and melody literally strike such a fundamental, almost visceral, chord within people that it compels many to offer up their own thoughts about its meaning and attendant emotions.
I just purchased O Holy Night to use as a duet for Christmas Eve Mass.
[Lumiere:] Ma chere Mademoiselle, it is with deepest pride and greatest pleasure that we welcome you tonight. [Woman III:] I need six eggs [Man III:] That's too expensive [Belle:] There must be more than this provincial life [Bookseller:] Ah, Belle.
This pretty lullaby featured in Cinderella (2015) is actually a very old song from England. I have been struggling as a music student, not having any previous instruction in high school. Your site has made everything seem so simple and straightforward and has helped me to really get started. Thank you for taking the time to share your knowledge so that music can be shared everywhere.
To my surprise, it has been the #1 MOST POPULAR SONG that I have given my vocalists and younger pianists this year - I knew it was a charming, simple melody, but apparently it has something extra going for it! My 7-yr-old and 9-yr-old sons will benefit from it continuously. I am starting from scratch and this is a wonderful tool!!
I hear the train a comin'It's rollin' 'round the bend, And I ain't seen the sunshine, Since, I don't know when, I'm stuck in Folsom Prison, And time keeps draggin' on, But that train keeps a-rollin', On down to San Antone.