Emma Langford – Goodbye Hawaii

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Emma Langford – Goodbye Hawaii (Official)

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Official music video for ‘Goodbye Hawaii’, by Emma Langford. Goodbye Hawaii is the first single from Emma Langford’s second album, released on the 6th of July 2019 Emma’s debut album Quiet Giant is available across all online platforms, buy or download from https://emmalangfordmusic.bandcamp.co… Director: Shane Serrano AC: Wojtek Kwiatkowski Goodbye Hawaii was recorded, mixed and produced by Chris O’Brien & Graham Murphy at The Production Suite, Dublin Mastered by Richard Dowling at Wav Mastering, Limerick Cast: Peter Hanagan as Bassist Phil Aherne as Guitarist Shane Wixted as Drummer LA Halvey as Backing Singer Audience Members: Des Langford LesleyAnne & Jake Liddane Eva Birdthistle Mary O’Neill Mary Flynn Sean O’Connor Special thanks to Nenagh Arts Centre, Vito Vintage Limerick & Lorraine O’Connell More videos from Shane Serrano: http://www.shaneserrano.com You know the funny thing about the day you realise who or what you are Is that by the time it happens you’re prob’ly not that anymore And the funny thing is logic states for things to break they first must fall And like any small or precious thing, you give nothing or you give all I can’t give you any more than that, I don’t trust my clumsy feet not to make me fall flat and the heart’s the only muscle tissue – little known fact – that don’t know how to heal itself if you cut it in half so don’t cut it in half we spend our days in endless cycles of lust to oxytocin never stopping to think about the space between us that we’ve chosen well I can give my mouth, and my ear, but I can’t give you my hand cos though you’re oh so understanding you can never understand I can’t give you any more than that, I don’t trust my clumsy feet not to make me fall flat and the heart’s the only muscle tissue – little known fact – that don’t know how to heal itself if you cut it in half so don’t cut it in half so I will hand you cellotape and superglue, and staples and I’ll help you hold the pieces in place til you’re fit and able I can never be a surgeon cos my stomach’s far from strong but I hope my bedside sympathies suffice to help you moving on I can’t give you any more than that, I don’t trust my clumsy feet not to make me fall flat and the heart’s the only muscle tissue – little known fact – that don’t know how to heal itself if you cut it in half so don’t cut it in half no don’t cut it in half I can’t give you anymore than that Track Credits Lyrics, Melody, Arrangement, Vocals & Guitar: Emma Langford Bass: Peter Hanagan Drums: Davey Long Pedal Steel: Kealan Kenny Follow Emma: Facebook: @emmalangfordmusic Twitter: @ELangfordMusic Instagram: @EmmaLangfordMusic

The Beatles-All You Need Is Love

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All You Need Is Love (Remastered 2015)

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Jun 17, 2018

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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group All You Need Is Love (Remastered 2015) · The Beatles 1 ℗ 2015 Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group) Released on: 2000-11-13 Producer, Studio Personnel, Mixer: Giles Martin Studio Personnel, Mixer: Sam Okell Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Miles Showell Associated Performer, Sound Design: Al Sirkett Studio Personnel, Assistant Mixer: Matt Mysko Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Simon Gibson Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: James Clarke Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Andrew Walter Producer: George Martin Composer Lyricist: John Lennon Composer Lyricist: Paul McCartney Auto-generated by YouTube.

Enya – I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls.

Enya – I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls. by MusicaGradevole

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May 4, 2013

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“Marble Halls” è un singolo della cantante e musicista irlandese Enya, rilasciato come quarto estratto dall’album Shepherd Moons nel 1994, perciò a ben 3 anni dalla sua pubblicazione, in quanto il brano è stato utilizzato nella colonna sonora del film L’età dell’innocenza. Immagini dal film “L’età dell’innocenza” (The Age of Innocence), film del 1993 diretto da Martin Scorsese ed interpretato da Daniel Day-Lewis, Michelle Pfeiffer e Winona Ryder.