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Song(s) of the day: Avicii vs. Nicky Romero- I Could Be The One / Justive Collective- He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother

Hello everyone,

Today it’s friday, which means: two new songs!
And I have some good songs…

The first song is made for some kind of charity. The Justice Collective is a band with all kind of artists, including Robbie Williams and Melanie C.
This song went to number one in the UK, and I think that it might go to high positions in other countries, as well.
It’s a cover from He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother.

The second song is made by two DJ’s. One is very known, the other one is new. And the new one is Dutch!
The new one is Nicky Romero, and the known one is Avicii.
The track is called I Could Be The One.

And the song of the week is… not relevant anymore.

Song of the day: Mel & Kim- Rocking Around The Christmas Tree

With less than a week to go before it’s Christmas, I will today promote a Christmas song with a funny clip.

But first: U Can’t Touch This! I’ve been looking up some information on the song, and where is it? Here! U Can’t Touch This promotes MC Hammer as a rapper.
The whole song is based on a sample of Rick James’ Super Freak, but the lyrics are written by MC Hammer. He says that he’s magic, and that he can’t touch Rick James in the lyrics.
But, because of this, it is such a perfect song! It was a number one hit for MC Hammer and he won a Grammy with it.

Okay, enough about the song of yesterday, let’s move on to the song of today.
It’s actually a song for charity, for Comic Relief. The name of the singers are a parody on a sister act, and the original was recorded in 1958 by Brenda Lee.
Don’t know it yet? Here’s the answer:
Mel (Smith) & Kim (Wilde) with Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree!

Tomorrow two new songs, and after that we are going to have some nice Christmas songs…

Song of the day: Cliff Richard & the Young Ones- Living Doll

Hello everyone,

Today’s song of the day is some kind of cover!
Actually, it’s a cover for charity, together with the artist who made the original.
You don’t understand? I will explain, after I said about which song we are talking.

We’re talking about Cliff Richard and the Young Ones, who made the single Living Doll.
The single was made for charity, as said, and was a cover.
The original was made by Cliff Richard only, but I think this cover is a lot more funny. I absolutely love it, and I think you have to hear this song 20 times to hear all the jokes.

Tomorrow a new song…