There is a song running through my head and I can't place what play it came from or what musical... the only thing I can remember is it is sung by a man that is lamenting his past, the only lines I can remember are:
At seventeen... blah blah blah...
At twenty one... blah blah.. I came undone at 21.
It's a mournful tune but a good showtune, what is this song?!
I am not sure if anyone will be able to answer this ... but does anyone know the song that is playing on the Sony Ericson "t-six-ten" commercial? It is the one where someone takes a picture with the phone and they are passing it around. The song is some sort of blues rhythm. There should be a law that requires them to name the artist at the end of commercials!
I'm currently taking guitar lessons at school, so I've been looking at different acoustic guitars (we're learning on acoustics, and thats what I kind I want). What would be a good kind of acoustic to buy? Also, what specifications make a good acoustic? I don't want some crappy cheap guitar.. any ideas?
This may be the most pointless question, because I'm trying to find the name of a song, but I don't have much at all to go on.
It plays here in England fairly often. It's not trance or dance or rap; it's rather rock-y. It has a very fast drum beat, however. It's sung by a male. The only words I can make out are something like "drifting away", which is repeated every so often at the end of a stanza. The part leading up to that is sung pretty quickly, but both words are drawn out.
The problem is that it plays on the radio station we listen to at work, which is designed to kinda be background noise (I work at a convenience store)l, so I can't go to the radio station's website to see a playlist and figure it out for myself. It also means that the music is played at a fairly soft level, and it usually seems to come on when I'm focusing on customers and can't focus on the song.
In any case, I know that's not much at all to go on, but does anybody know what it may be? It's driving me absolutely nuts because it's been in my head nonstop! Thanks :-)
[Edit: The song is called "Barcelona" by D.Kay and Epsilon.]
how many characters are there in japanese kanji? i keep hearing different responses btwn my japanese professor and japanese friends. is it that there are too many out there and noone can count them or is there an exact number? also, how many kanji does a typical japanese adult know?