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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
Pottering About by sandeedeebee on 23 April 2007 2:59pm
 
How lucky am I to have a day off work pottering about and listening to some excellent music by Brian Kennedy, bliss?! He absolutely without exception sings the ultimate, original and best version of "You Raise Me Up" and unlike all the copied versions, including the one murdered to within an inch of its life by Westlife, it is pure and having heard him sing it live with no backing music whatsoever I can confidently say I no what I'm talking about and I'm not just blathering on!!! Anyway if you get a chance to listen to it in full I'm sure you will agree. Another favourite track of his is "I Drempt I Dwelt in Marbled Halls" a duet sung with Sinead O'Connor..........divine.
 
Re: Pottering About by tucsonmike on 24 April 2007 12:23am
 
I would be pottering, except my webmaster wants more stuff.
 



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