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Monday, February 27, 2006

12:08PM

i need a song from the "True Lies: Music From The Motion Picture [SOUNDTRACK]", but its not there, i checked.

the sence is there Arnold Schwarzenegger is ballroom dancing with the asian woman (Tia Carrere, also from Dancing with the Stars), and also at the end of the movie with his wife charactar (Jamie Lee Curtis).

Saturday, January 28, 2006

9:18PM - What's inside the lyrics? - songs_lyrics_ru

Новое сообщество по переводу иносторанных песен.

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Sunday, November 20, 2005

2:43PM - HELP!!! Lifetime Channle.... Mom At Sixteen

I NEED A SONG!!! PLEASE HELP GUYS!!!

ok... in the movie Mom At Sixteen (it was on last night on Lifetime Channle)... in the sense where the girl comes over to her somewhat boyfriends dorm (frat house, whatever) they start making out on the bed, then she say's "stop". (here is my question...)

what was the name of the song (or the artist) that was playing while they were making out?

it was a woman singer, sounded like Sarah Michelin (but i know it wasn't, kinda).

I've done research and i cant find it. it go's something like this (lyrics) ... :

"cause i feel you"

"yeah, i feel you baby"

its a slow song. emotional.

SO IF YOU KNOW THE SONG, IT WOULD BE REALLY HELPFUL!!!

paulina~

Thursday, August 28, 2003

4:57PM - Gaiman-esque

Hiya!

I was wondering if anyone can recommend any stories that are sci-fi/fantasy with a dash of British humor. The 3 authors that I've read in such a genre is:

Neil Gaiman
Terry Pratchett
Douglas Adams

Does anyone out there know of any authors with similar styles as them? Thanks in advance!

Sunday, August 24, 2003

12:06PM

hi! welcome everyone, i'm stoked people joined! yay!

question no. 1:

what sounds like songs: ohia "didn't it rain"? anyone? thanks yos. thanks.

Current mood: tired

Friday, August 22, 2003

2:23AM

This is the test entry, but I might as well ask in case someone busts through the door into this community today.

Who knows a similar author to Douglas Coupland, particularly the book "Life After God"?

Woo. Let's see how this all develops.

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