Someone help me find out what song this is?
I don't know all the lyrics but I do know one segment of the song lyrics. It goes like this, "Will ya stay in a lovers story? If you stay, you won't be sorry! Cause we believe in you...Soon you'll grow so take a chance with a couple of kooks, a lovers romancing! I bought a lot of things to keep you warm and dry! And a funny old crib in which the paint won't dry! I bought you a pair of shoes! A trumpet you could blow and a-" And that's where the lyrics are all muffled. It's in the movie Hanna where the family is in the van and Hanna is hiding in the trunk watching them dance to this song. Please help! I love this song! Thanks!
Please help me to find out what song is this!?
unhappy or ROCK? ok.. i'm not sure on that. If by utilising unhappy you advise.... sluggish and style of emo... Evanescence has multiple those, besides as rock, inclusive of: hi such as you My Immortal Your celebrity lacking All that i'm living For candy Sacrifice Weight of the international Going under The Veronicas: All I even have heavily broken In yet another existence somebody Wake Me Up My Chemical Romance has multiple sturdy rock songs, and so does Switchfoot.
I think it is an aria in waltz timing.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AriaI don't know the exact song but if it helps, you can listen to this aria in common time (4x4). It starts pretty much the same way only in a different time signature.Alternatively, you might try using the shazam app to find out which song it exactly is.
How can you find out what songs are playing in TV trailers. Particularly the FX (UK) trailer for Braquo S2?
there is this app that you can get called shazam, in which you play 30 seconds of the music to, and it will tell you the name of the song, the artist, etc. its pretty good :)
My MP3 only plays 10 seconds of a song then goes to the next how do i fix that???
How long have you had it? You may still be able to return it. Check out special forums for your mp3 - just google your brand and problems. Perhaps your program is not completely converting the songs? Try using Windows Media Player and 'syncing' the files. Good luck! Any additional help, e-mail me.
What was the name of the slow song playing on the movie She's All That during prom.?
If I'm not mistaken, it's 'Erase Rewind' by The Cardigans. **Edited** Oh no I mistakenly thought of the movie Never Been Kissed! Lol! That was wrong. It's actually 'Believe', by Goldie. Check out this link just to make sure if it's the right song you were referring to; http://www.last.fm/music/Goldie/_/Believ... (But it's just a 30 seconds preview)
Can anyone tell me the name of the song playing in this clip is?
nothing there just the You Tube site
What you're hearing in the background of the video is called a "melody loop". You'd have to ask whoever made that video what loop they chose. Check out this website... www.melodyloops.comThey have a huge library of loops that you can listen to all you want. This type of music is incredibly simple and easy to produce. If you listen to around 20 or 30 of these in a row you'll hear what I mean. They're just little bits of repetitive sound engineered to put you in the right mood to buy a product. Try clicking on one of the loops and listen to it for a bit without reading the description of the loop. Then read the description. Cool, huh? By the way, I'm not affiliated in any way with the above site. It was just the first good example of what I was looking for using Google (who, by the way, used that same loop for one of their first Google Glass demo videos).
Can anyone find out what song this is?
Error stated "The URL contained a malformed video ID." I think the correct link you wanted was this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMHc3FzbwLc I don't know the songs, but hope this helps someone else figure it out.
The general way to solve this kind of math problem is SYNCHRONIZING ! (I temporarily call like that ;)What do I mean?It can be easily to understand like this: the units (min, sec, etc.) of these quantities in your math problem don’t be the same to each other so it can’t be taken to calculate. So we must synchronize them to be as one (change them into the same unit), from that, we can calculateThere’re many ways to synchronize them. For example, you have 1$, you can convert it into JPY (yen), VND (dong), rupee, lao kip, euro, etc. (sorry I am not penetrative about currency xD), and there are many different types of currency with a different amount you can haveTurn back to your problem, the key to solve this problem is just changing the units to be as one. Now, I change all of them into “s” (second). If you want to change differently (such as into “h” hour, “m” minute, etc), it still work, but I think it’s complex a littleOne day has 24 hours = 24 x 60 (1 hour = 60 minutes) x 60 (1 minute = 60 seconds) = 86400 (Seconds)A song lasts 3 minutes and 15 seconds = 3 x 60 (1 minute = 60 secs) + 15 (15 extra secs) = 195 (secs)→ Now, all things are easy. We just need to divide the first number to the second number to find out how many times this song can be repeated continously in a day (this’s a certain thing, not prove, so just accept it ! ;)Repeated times = 86400 / 195 = (nearly) 443 times// the result is 443.07690 so we must round it into the roundest number, because the times aren’t odd ! //