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Tori Amos — Carnival
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I sing to the sun in the sky
I sing to the sun rising high

Carnival time is here
Magical time I'm near
And as the time draws near
Dreams fill my heart

I sing while he plays his guitar
I sing as the night wakes the dawn
Will love come my way
On this magical day
And will love stay in my heart

Carnival time is here
Magical time I'm near
And as the time draws near
Dreams fill my heart

I sing while he plays his guitar
I sing in my dream from afar
Will love come my way
On this magical day
And will love stay in my heart

Will true love come my way
On this magical day
Over love, oh with him
In my
Stay in here
Stay in my

You
You
I say it again
The way you walk
The way you can
The way you're telling me
You're not a dangerous man
I said it again
I say again
I'm not the Carnival
Tell me what you can do
You can
You
You
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keemun wrote:
I don't know the original, so I get to simply like this for what it is. :-)
Here here!
I don't know the original, so I get to simply like this for what it is. :-)
Thought this was Venus Hum. Better than most Tori songs (which isn't saying much) IMHO.
This is isimply dreadful.
"MUTE!"
very mysterious sounding ... like it very very much...
Tori Amos is on the list of a charity album with U2 and Coldplay :( Read my comments on https://www.radioparadise.com/modules.php?name=songinfo&song_id=32664
As a small child I used to listen to the Brazilian version of this song over and over, on the soundtrack for "Black Orpheus." In my thirties I realized that the song had gotten so far under my skin that I couldn't listen to it without stopping everything and melting into that childlike state of awe that some melodies can inspire. When I hear Tori Amos's version, I bought the soundtrack just for that song and the Spanish guitar song by Hans Zimmer. They are both outstanding musical accomplishments. How a modern artist can translate a timeless song into our time ... some mysteries are too wonderful for me.
plundis wrote:
This is an interesting deviation..
Did you mean "devastation?" Talk about ruining a classic......
I really like how she covered this! Makes me think of how Siouxsie & The Banshees might do it.
She makes everything sound so monotonous... what a waste of a song...Just shoot me...
Wow, this really is an interesting interpretation of the song I am familiar with. I like it.
I really didn't think that this was Tori Amos, just listening to the instrumentals. Of course, her voice is umistakable. I liked this as a change.
This is an interesting deviation.. was upbeat and modern.. synthesizers not pianos.... I like it ...
Interesting cover of a great Brazilian classic..A bit whiny, but interesting..