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Sophie Zelmani — Yes I Am
Album: Sing and Dance
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Released: 2002
Length: 2:42
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I am tired, yes I am
I'm a coward, yes I am
Now I understand
how long I've been a canting woman
You say, that something's wrong
Today, and many more will come
Though I really longed
I want you to leave me alone

I had to ask my friends
our excuses never ends
I'm just a lazy, bored adult
to selldom there are good results

I think about this all the time
I can admit how bad it rimes
I want you, yes I do
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Awesome female voice insipres ignorant comment from immature males
Get rid of her!
AZTriguy2000 wrote:
BGGA :*
Another song that reminds me of better times. *sigh* :heartkiss:
Unavailable on iTunes...annoying (the unavailability, not the song). Beautiful song, would be great way down deep in my ears off my iPod.
BGGA :*
Just in case people here don't know,Sophie Zelmani is Swedish.Another Swedish singer demonstrating that in Sweden they are very good making music(among other things ;)
catmaven wrote:
This sounds like an adult woman who got traumatized at age six and never developed an adult voice. Also, why do we have to keep hearing the breathy and sibilant voices, especially those that just sing nonsense syllables? In the past, Radio Paradise was more intellectual and rock oriented. Or maybe I shouldn't judge on the basis of just one or two sets.
:iamwithstupid:
:puke: la la la la la blah
very good!! She is in town today having a concert (germany) :boohoo:
catmaven wrote:
This sounds like an adult woman who got traumatized at age six and never developed an adult voice.
Okay, that cracked me right up. Anyway ... Some really nice guitar work on this one. I enjoyed the song, even with (or is it despite) the breathy noodling vocals, but there's another song RP plays from this CD that I like a whole lot better. I think it is called "Going Home".
catmaven wrote:
This sounds like an adult woman who got traumatized at age six and never developed an adult voice. Also, why do we have to keep hearing the breathy and sibilant voices, especially those that just sing nonsense syllables? In the past, Radio Paradise was more intellectual and rock oriented. Or maybe I shouldn't judge on the basis of just one or two sets.
Maybe you just shouldn't judge. Boo hoo, her sibilant vocals are breathy, so yes, let's presuppose she's subintellectual and had some life-altering trauma that induced her vocal style. Yes, wouldn't it make sense that a room temp IQ and traumatized woman would want to jump in front of large crowds of men and sing about it? :rolleyes: Gimme a break... I always enjoy hearing Sophie here on RP. Very likeable tune.
catmaven wrote:
This sounds like an adult woman who got traumatized at age six and never developed an adult voice. Also, why do we have to keep hearing the breathy and sibilant voices, especially those that just sing nonsense syllables? In the past, Radio Paradise was more intellectual and rock oriented. Or maybe I shouldn't judge on the basis of just one or two sets.
Ditto Ditto Nix this girl;:puke:
The la la la's would sound good as background vocals
Reminds me a lot of the McGarrigle sisters. https://www.mcgarrigles.com/
Well, I like it. It kind of reminds me of the song Everybody's Talkin' from Midnight Cowboy.
This sounds like an adult woman who got traumatized at age six and never developed an adult voice. Also, why do we have to keep hearing the breathy and sibilant voices, especially those that just sing nonsense syllables? In the past, Radio Paradise was more intellectual and rock oriented. Or maybe I shouldn't judge on the basis of just one or two sets.
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