“The Rose” (also known as “Some say love”) is a pop song written by Amanda McBroom made famous by Bette Midler in the 1979 movie The Rose. Since then it has been covered many times by a variety of artists. The version below is by André Rieu, also known as the “Waltz King”.
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Italian vocalist, lyricist and composer Peppino Gagliardi sings “Un Amore Grande” (A great love) and takes us to the romantic Venice, the capital of love.
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The Greek singer and performer Demis Roussos’ very famous love song “Goodbye, my love, goodbye”. The live version and the original 1973 version. Enjoy.
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Tom Waits performs his song Tom Traubert’s Blues (also known as Four Sheets to the Wind in Copenhagen, sometimes referred to incorrectly as “Waltzing Matilda”, the Australian song from which it borrows) on The Old Grey Whistle Test, 1977.
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Written by Thomas Lauderdale and Gregory Tozian, “Veronique” is a beautiful song from Pink Martini’s 2004 album titled “Hang On Little Tomato”.
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The official clip of “You will never know”, a beautiful song from Imany’s 2011 album “The Shape of a Broken Heart”. It is the debut album from former French catwalk model Nadia Mladjao, aka Imany. Produced by Malick N’Diaye (Ayo) its 12 English-language tracks offer up a mixture of acoustic folk, heartfelt soul, and passionate blues, and includes the single “You Will Never Know.”
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