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If you’ve never heard 2 Cellos perform covers of modern music using, well, 2 cellos, you are in for a treat. Check out their cover of Peter Gabriel’s The Book of Love on You Tube Il Libre Dell’ Amore This … Continue reading
This song just leaves me so freakin’ happy, positive and empowered. Don’t let fear hold you back. Don’t worry, were ALL in this together. Don’t cry, FLY. We love you more than you know. Did you get that? WE LOVE … Continue reading
I’ve been listening to variations of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah multiple times in the past day. A friend passed it along and I have been intrigued by not only the lyrics, but by the different artist’s interpretations of the song. From … Continue reading