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Hey guys this might be super hard to even find, but im basically trying to find a song thats been very new on the radio. I never have the time to shazam it, but it is basically a girl singing in a very calm voice "do, dodo do" and then repeating it twice or so. If anyone can find me that song i would love it.

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I was in a children's unit in 1969 in Hull ,a blind girl called Julia used to play the piano there was one tune she used to play and it may have been from a musical there were words to it as I remember a lady singer the words with her " and the king's daughter " were the words any body know what this tune maybe could be from the" king and I" the musical but I've checked all the music from that .

Im looking for some songs. 1. I had playahead and there was a song called Eagle but its was just codes. The song were only a melody, that goes very dark and then lighter and lighter melody. It was like the ringtone tick tack, something like that. 2. I only remember that were a guy , had sunglasses and dark hair, stood on like a stone floor with pedestal in some land, like hawaii or something like that, in the same musicvideo they rode a banana boat. I listen very often in this song, but know i cant find it. It wasnt a famous artist, but i think he named like Dan or something like that. They name is similiar to Dan bisbal but i dont think its him, cuz the guy i remember looks more like a cool guy (looked like he was rich), i think he had a white shirt. I also remember that the enviroment was like the in song Boys are best jaan lo , but its not that song i looking for. 3. Also a playahead song that only had a code, but i remember it was a girl singing something like he smiled/ismail and trough the window/windows and it was a sad but beutiful song, i think it was a rain melody in it to. It was like it was raining. 4. Emilush ft caustic - Kom kompis but i cant find it anywhere, maybe its too old or maybe they had deleted it?

Now, am I going to judge you and call you nasty things if you download a fansub of this? I suppose I probably should, just to keep up this image I seem to have of being this anti-fansub hardass. But listen... I'm actually not opposed to fansubs on principle. Hell, I grew up as an anime fan in the late 90's. Unless I wanted to be a complete hypocrite, how could I possibly hate fansubs?

I doubt I am alone in this, but I find it difficult to narrow down a potential list of "overlooked" or "non-mainstream" anime titles that I would have missed if it were not for fansubs. Consequently, I absolutely have to bring up a second series, one that really tugged at my heartstrings. The only thing I enjoy more than such lighthearted fare is a deep, emotional story that involves the viewer on a really intense level. And so I absolutely have to point to Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko. It starts off typically enough. A boy winds up living with his aunt, a woman of unique personality, only to discover that she has a hitherto unknown daughter (Erio). Where it deviates slightly is that his cousin apparently lives inside a futon (one amusing scene depicts how she manages to eat without sticking her head outside of it) and believes herself to be an alien. As the series progresses (and I hesitate to spoil too many details), the viewer learns the strange details of Erio's past, and watches as she slowly emerges from her secluded shell and attempts to rejoin a society that would be just as happy if she stayed inside that futon forever. It is absolutely enchanting to watch Erio slowly become attached to and rely on her visiting cousin. The show contains few perverse elements; this isn't an example of love between cousins. What we are seeing is a girl's shattered world slowly being rebuilt as she learns how to live again. By the end, I was left with feeling like I watched something incredibly special. Unlike Koharu Biyori this anime has not been licensed yet, though I live in hope that may one day change. I vaguely knew of the premise from browsing the ANN database, but would never have been taken on such a deep, emotional journey were it not for that fansub.

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