Alicia Keys song ‘Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart’
Alicia Keys’ song ‘Try Sleeping With A Breakup’ is a melancholic song about the pain of losing a lover. In the video, Keys is seen sitting on a bed, looking at a photo of her lover. A tear falls on the picture, and Keys then leans back into the bed and sings the song. The video was directed by Los Angeles-based Syndrome Studio.
In this song, the narrator promises to move on from her failed relationship, but can’t seem to get past the constant thoughts of her lover. In fact, the narrator has a bell hooks book on her nightstand.
The music video for Coldplay’s “Paradisa” was directed by Shynola, who also directed the video for “Strawberry Swing.” In the video, a girl is shown coming out of jail while the rest of the audience are Paralympic athletes. The video was a hit and earned the band a Grammy nomination.
The song has a polyphonic orchestration and a reduced chorus. Synth swells and choruses conceal the song’s chord progression, making it difficult to recognize the melody at first. Although the chord progression is similar to that in Coldplay’s “Fix You” remix, it’s well hidden.
The video was shot in London, Cape Town, the Klein Karoo in the Western Cape, Johannesburg, and Paradise Wildlife Park in Broxbourne. The band also filmed a concert segment at the Woodstock Cycleworks in Woodstock. Coldplay’s “Paradisa” is the second single from the band’s forthcoming album Mylo Xyloto.
The song is about redemption and finding yourself. It was written by members of the band during a trip to Amsterdam, and they were playing their instruments as they walked the streets of Amsterdam. It’s a song about finding happiness and redemption, and a great example of Coldplay’s talent.
Owl City’s “Fireflies”
When Owl City first released the song “Fireflies” back in 2010, the lyrics were a little strange and almost ridiculous, but fans couldn’t help but love it anyway. In recent weeks, streaming numbers for “Fireflies” have tripled. In the week ending June 15, the song reached four million total on-demand streams. From there, the bump stayed steady, and by July 20, the song reached No. 8 on the Billboard Rock Streaming Songs chart.
“Fireflies” is an incredibly catchy song from an introverted Minnesota band called Owl City. The lyrics are almost cuddly, with a burbling electronic sound. While it’s about lightning bugs, the song’s lyrics are not harsh or insensitive. The song was so successful that the song became a meme, and it’s been remixed a number of times by geniuses.
In 2011, Owl City’s “Fireflies”, a song from their sophomore album Ocean Eyes, reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for two non-consecutive weeks. The single also reached the top 10 in five other countries, including the United Kingdom, Australia, and Finland. It was also covered by Cheryl Cole and Christina Grimmie.
Bob Dylan’s ‘Lullaby’
The lyrics in Bob Dylan’s ‘LullabY’ about sleep and sleeplessness refer to different stages of sleep. At one stage, the narrator is wrapped up in a cloud of eiderdown (bird feathers). He lays down to sleep and is joined by his love. Soon after, a candle burns out and a book falls to the floor. A dream ensues and the narrator tries to see it.
Enya’s “All I Have to Do Is Dream”
The summer of 1958 has arrived in the United States and the evenings are getting lighter. The Everly Brothers’ “All I Have to Do Is Dream” is the best-selling record of the moment. Dwight David Eisenhower is President of the United States and Harold Macmillan is Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Bob Dylan’s ‘In the Pines’
“In the Pines” is one of the most moving songs Dylan has ever written. It has touched millions of hearts around the world. It has even been performed live by the man himself. The lyrical content of the song reflects the life and love of a family.