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GUSANOS LOCOS 3d dancing"CRAZY WORMS"

estos gusanos son muy buenos cantando y bailando

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Bonnie Tyler - Lost in France 1977

Bonnie Tyler - Lost in France 1977 I was lost in France In the fields the birds were singing I was lost in France And the day was just beginning As I stood there in the morning rain I had a feeling I can't explain I was lost in France in love. I was lost in France In the street a band was playing And the crowd all danced Didn't catch what they were saying When I looked up he was standing there I knew I shouldn't but I didn't care I was lost in France in love Oo la la la oo la la la dance Oo la la la dancing Oo la la la oo la la la dance Oo la la la dancing Oo la la la oo la la la dance Oo la la la dancing I was lost in France And the vines were overflowing I was lost in France And a million stars were glowing Then I looked round for a telephone To say Baby, I won't be home I was lost in France in love. Oo la la la oo la la la dance Oo la la la dancing Oo la la la oo la la la dance Oo la la la dancing Oo la la la oo la la la dance Oo la la la dancing (Instrumental) Then I looked round for a telephone To say Baby, I won't be home I was lost in France in love. Oo la la la oo la la la dance Oo la la la dancing Oo la la la oo la la la dance Oo la la la

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Cassandra Steen & Chris de Burgh - A Spaceman Came Travelling 2009

Cassandra Steen & Chris de Burgh - A Spaceman Came Travelling 2009 Released 1975 A spaceman came travelling on his ship from afar It was light years of time since his mission did start. And over a village he halted his craft and it hung in the sky like a star - just like a star. Then a stranger spoke, he said: Do not fear I come from a planet a long way from here And I bring a message for mankind to hear And suddenly the sweetest music filled the air And it went La, la, la ... This lovely music went trembling through the ground and many were wakened on hearing that sound and travellers on the road the village they found by the light of that ship in the sky which shone all around. And just before dawn at the paling of the sky the stranger returned and said: "Now I must fly! When two thousand years of your time has gone by this song will begin once again to a baby's cry!" And it went La, la, la ... Peace and good will to all men, and love for the child. Everybody sing La, la, la ... The song will begin once again to a baby's cry

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Funny Michael Kelso Moments 1

Funny moments with Michael Kelso from That 70s show season 5 and 6 Please comment :)

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John Miles - "Music" (was my first love) - live 1985

John Miles - "Music" (was my first love) - live 1985 (Hit of the year 1976)

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Gary Numan - Cars

Singer-songwriter, musician, producer and pilot. *** LYRICS *** Here in my car I feel safest of all I can lock all my doors It's the only way to live In cars Here in my car I can only receive I can listen to you It keeps me stable for days In cars Here in my car Where the image breaks down Will you visit me please? If I open my door In cars Here in my car I know I've started to think About leaving tonight Although nothing seems right In cars *** Released : August 1979 *** According to Gary Numan, the song's lyrics were inspired by an incident of road rage: "I was in traffic in London once and had a problem with some people in front. They tried to beat me up and get me out of the car. I locked the doors and eventually drove up on the pavement and got away from them. It's kind of to do with that. It explains how you can feel safe inside a car in the modern world... When you're in it, your whole mentality is different... It's like your own little personal empire with four wheels on it". ♥───────── † ──────────♥ Gary Numan (born Gary Anthony James Webb on 8 March 1958) is an English singer, composer, and musician. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of commercial electronic music and has been described as the "King of synthpop." Gary is widely known for his chart-topping 1979 hits "Are 'Friends' Electric?" (with Tubeway Army) and "Cars". His signature style combines gloomy themes of depersonalisation and alienation accompanied by energetic synthesizer work. Early life. Born in Hammersmith, West London, Gary Webb's father was a British Airways bus driver based at Heathrow Airport. Gary was educated at Town Farm Junior School Stanwell, Ashford County Grammar School, Middlesex, Slough Grammar School and Brooklands Technical College. He had an early ambition to be an airline pilot, but did not gain any academic qualifications; however, he did go on to join the Air Training Corps as a teenager. He then briefly did various jobs including fork lift truck driver, air conditioning ventilator fitter and clerk in an accounts department. A guitar was purchased for him at an early age and he began writing songs when he was about 15 years old. He played in various bands, including Mean Street and The Lasers, before forming Tubeway Army with his uncle, Jess Lidyard, and Paul Gardiner. His initial pseudonym was "Valerian", probably in reference to the hero in French science fiction comic series Valérian and Laureline Later he picked the name "Numan" from an advert in the "Yellow Pages". Personal life. Gary married a member of his own fan club, Gemma O'Neill. In 2003, after some pregnancy difficulties, the couple had their first child, Raven. In 2005 they had a second daughter, Persia. In 2007 the couple had their third child, Echo. He published his autobiography, Praying to the Aliens, in 1997 (updated edition 1998), in collaboration with Steve Malins (Malins also wrote the liner notes for most of the CD reissues of Numan's albums in the late 1990s, as well as executive producing the Hybrid album in 2003). Gary has recently moved to East Sussex from Essex. Gary is also known for his love of flying, a passion which has featured in some of his music videos ("Warriors", "I Can't Stop"). He has owned several small aircraft. He is one of a very small handful of flyers with the credentials and qualifications to train aerobatic instructor pilots. Gary guest-starred in "The Power of the Crimp", an episode of the BBC TV series The Mighty Boosh, where a major character, Vince Noir, is a huge Numan fan. Gary recently stated that he likes to go sailing from time to time. Gary was also a member of the Air Training Corps. Numan's brother is also an accomplished pilot. Gary has Asperger syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder which causes restricted social and communication skills. In a 2001 interview, he said: "Polite conversation has never been one of my strong points. Just recently I actually found out that I'd got a mild form of Asperger's syndrome which basically means I have trouble interacting with people. For years, I couldn't understand why people thought I was arrogant, but now it all makes more sense." Gary Numan - Crazier http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pca85HaAn6Q&feature=response_watch

Channels: Autos & Vehicles 

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No Mas Presents: Dock Ellis & The LSD No-No by James Blagden

In celebration of the greatest athletic achievement by a man on a psychedelic journey, No Mas and artist James Blagden proudly present the animated tale of Dock Ellis' legendary LSD no-hitter. In the past few years we've heard all too much about performance enhancing drugs from greenies to tetrahydrogestrinone, and not enough about performance inhibiting drugs. If our evaluation of the records of athletes like Mark McGwire, Roger Clemens, Marion Jones, and Barry Bonds needs to be revised downwards with an asterisk, we submit that that Dock Ellis record deserves a giant exclamation point. Of the 263 no-hitters ever thrown in the Big Leagues, we can only guess how many were aided by steroids, but we can say without question that only one was ever thrown on acid. Sadly, the great Dock Ellis died last December at 63. A year before, radio producers Donnell Alexander and Neille Ilel, had recorded an interview with Ellis in which the former Pirate right hander gave a moment by moment account of June 12, 1970, the day he no-hit the San Diego Padres. Alexander and Ilels original four minute piece appeared March 29, 2008 on NPRs Weekend America. When we stumbled across that piece this past June, Blagden and Isenberg were inspired to create a short animated film around the original audio. www.nomas-nyc.com buy Rufus Thomas (Do The) Push and Pull - Part I and II here: http://bit.ly/4fVbjk

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