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Go to Songsear. He just added his vocals to the track. Hope this helps! This has been driving my brother and I nuts for quite a while now. There was a hit song in the 90's, from say It was out at the same time as that song "memories of love". Its a 90's Dance music song my brother's music, not mine. The lyrics that I can remember, even though I know they are wrong, are: "The life that we've earned is a light bowl of sperm" Ofc, that's not what was being said least I hope not. But if anyone has any idea what the song could be, please let me know.
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The song was performed in its original show-tune version in the film by American actress and singer Idina Menzel in her vocal role as Queen Elsa. It was later released as a single,   being promoted to adult contemporary radio by Walt Disney Records in January Disney's music division planned to release Lovato's version of the song before Menzel's, as they did not consider Menzel's version a traditional pop song. It is the first song from a Disney animated musical to reach the top ten of the Billboard Hot since , when Vanessa L. Williams ' " Colors of the Wind " from Pocahontas peaked at number four on the chart. The song is also Menzel's first single to reach the top 10 on the Billboard Hot chart, making her the first Tony Award winner for acting to ever reach the top
Schwarz, 54, said on Tuesday. On Monday, when it finally came time for Mr. Schwarz to go home from the hospital in Nyack, N. Pick a hospital in the metropolitan area of New York these days, and you are likely to find that the staff has identified a song as the fitting soundtrack to the release of patients who had been hospitalized because of the virus. When it and other songs are played, it is not only a tribute to the resilience of the patient, but also an anthem of affirmation for the medical professionals: Through long shifts, with few positive moments and supplies stretched thin, they have saved another life. Schwarz agreed. At some hospitals, the music starts playing long before discharge. Some hospitals opt for a more literal soundtrack. Using music to celebrate patient milestones is not brand new, of course. Right now, she said, extubating a patient feels similarly miraculous.