What I read, write, watch, listen to or do between hot cups of the good stuff.
You know, I sobbed like a child at the end of Pocahontas. It got me.
Oh now that is a good one!
I loved this movie and Pocahontas. Vanessa is pretty cool too. Good inspiration.
Yeah me too i was lost..Nice song!have a nice day
Didn't that win (or was it nominated) for an Oscar for Best Song? I had forgotten it, but it was lovely to hear again.Kat
I must confess to preferring the version sung during the film, but a great song nonetheless. Thanks for reviving that particular memory.
I've never heard the song before - it is lovely, isn't it?
great pick for a song...remember it in Pocahontas as well...great lyrics. happy tt!
She has such a lovely voice...
I loved the Pocahontas flick. Remember how it always made me sad, but the music was wonderful.
I got to go watch Pocahontas again:)Thanks for sharing the songxoxo
Ugh...Pocahontas. I had all boys so we didn't go in for the Disney 'chick flicks'
Aww I loved Pocahontas . . It's a Bainbridge household flaw or challenge to try to identify the voices in animated movies. I think I've missed a few nuances of the plot by trying to work out who the voice belongs to!
Nice-like mine, a music connection. Pocohantas from Disney, correct?
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Megan: It is a good flick.Ravyn: Thanks!Ronda: Vanessa is still pretty, and still has a beautiful voice.Candie: Tough one! :)Poetikat: Yes, I think it did win the Oscar that year.Silver Fox: The in-movie version is good, too, but I just love Williams' voice.Dakota: Yes, it is!Sandra: Yeah, glad you liked it!Brian: Definitely, love a song that is not only wonderful as is, but has a great meaning behind it!Debo: Yes, I love her voice. She has a great Christmas song, too, called "Save The Best For Last".Dot-Com: Wonderful movie, for sure.Marianna: You're welcome! :)Tom: Ah, but is is a good one!Baino: That is very funny. :)Anna: Yes, Pocahontas. And thanks for the link, I am following that blog now! :)
Not Patrick Swayze's "She's like the Wind"?
Kris: Huh, I guess that would have been a good choice, too! And no one used it, that I can recall!
it's a great song. i was really excited to see a sycamore tree for the first time (we dont have them in my country) and only because i heard it from that song... :D
What Megan said.Very lovely.
Reyjr: Cool, I guess we take what we see all the time for granted!Cuppa Jo: Yeah, it is. :)
I am really out of the loop in kids shows since my boys are all big now. I feel like if I am going to go see one I should be with a little kid so people don't think I am a pervert or kidnapper scoping out all the potential victims.Anyway this was beautiful thanks for sharing. I love Ugly Betty and Vanessa is wonderful and what about those blue/green eyes of hers?
You Tube is not cooperating. I might have to try later.
Colette: She has beautiful eyes, for sure she is just all-around beautiful.Michael: Appears to be working fine now.
Hi! Caffeinated Joe,What a beautiful song!...to go along with this Thursday Theme.I was undecided..instead of,"lost" on whether to post The Wind starring Lillian Gish, or the 1997 film titled Wind.Just like you, I settled on posting a video.Thanks, for sharing!...and Happy Mother's Day to all the mother(s) in your life.Take care!DeeDee ;-D
GREAT GREAT SONG & SINGER.Thanx & Regardstony.
DeeDee: It was a tough theme! Glad you liked it.Tony: I agree. :)
Those tears in my eyes are from the dust in the Cave of Cool...honest...DON'T JUDGE ME!
Calvin: No judging here, man. It's all good. :)