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An the winner is … (now for real)

January 6, 2008
Posted by mmarvs in : General, Songs
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After a very disputed contest, I can finally announce the winner for the Saddest and Happiest Song:

Winner in the Happiest Song category

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough (Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrel)

Presented by Cristina González Blanco

Winner in the Saddest Song category

My Immortal (Evanescence)

Presented by Covandonga García Menéndez

Thanks to everybody who took part in the activity. I personally had a great time listening to the songs you suggested. I hope you enjoyed it too! Riendo


Last minute entries for the contest

December 13, 2007
Posted by mmarvs in : General, Songs
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(This is the last entry for our The saddest song, the happiest song Contest. The song was Lucía’s suggestion and it appeared in a comment quite a while ago, but for technical reasons beyond my control it couldn’t posted it at the time, so here it goes. Sorry for the delay, Lucía. María)

A sad song by James Blunt

by Lucía López

I’ve watched the video and I liked it. For me it’s impossible to choose only one sad song. There are many old and legendary songs that are fantastic and really sad or happy. For this reason, I’ve been thinking about current songs. After further consideration, I’ve been chosen “GOODBYE MY LOVER” by James Blunt as the sad song. Maybe it isn’t the saddest song I’ve ever listened to,but it makes me feel down and melancholic. What I like most about it is the minor chords on the piano. As for the lyrics, it’s about a love which has ended. The 2 lovers have broken off their relationship, but he is still in love with her. He explained this in a romantic way and he also admits that she has been the one for him.

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A happy song from Grease soundtrack: We go together

On the other hand, I´ve chosen “WE GO TOGETHER” as the happy song. It´s one of the songs from the film Grease. The reason why I´ve chosen it (apart from the rhythm) is because I performed it at school. We prepared a funny choreography and fancy dresses too. We really enjoyed the performance.

A sad song by The Rolling Stones

December 11, 2007
Posted by mmarvs in : Songs
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by Daniel Antuña

I chose Angie for two reasons: this is one of the most important songs of the Rolling Stones with “Satisfaction” and “Paint it black”, for example. I’ve heard it many times in the radio and in the TV since I was thirteen years old and so is a well-known song for me. The second reason is that, although The Rolling Stones are not known for their ballads, this song was a hit in 1973 and is still in the mind of generations of fans of “Their Satanic majesties” who are not really as satanic as people think, as you can see in the video.

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