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- Brenda Song (born March 27, 1988) is an American actress. Song started in show business as a child fashion model. Her early television work included roles in the shows Fudge (1995) and 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd (1999).
- The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
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Pop-soul Doesn't Get Much Better Than Barbara Lewis, Whose Seductive, Emotive Croon Took "Hello Stranger" to #3 in 1963. The Michigan Native Had Been Writing Songs Since the Age of Nine, and Began Recording as a Teenager with Producer Ollie Mclaughlin, Who'd also Had a Hand in the Careers of Del Shannon, the Capitols, and Deon Jackson. Lewis Wrote all of the Songs on her Debut LP (Including "Hello Stranger"), and Confidently Handled Harmony Soul Numbers (Some with Backing by the Dells) and More Pop-savvy Tunes, Some of Which, Like "Hello Stranger," were Driven by an Organ and a Bossa Nova-like Beat. Follow-ups to "Hello Stranger" Didn't Sell Nearly as Well (Although One of her Singles, "Someday We're Gonna Love Again," was Covered by the Searchers for a British Invasion Hit). In the Mid-'60s, She Began Doing Some Recordings in New York City, with Assistance from Producers Like Bert Berns and Jerry Wexler, that Employed More Orchestral Arrangements and Pop-conscious Material.
day 33 - Italian?
Bottle of red, bottle of white makes me think of Billy Joel.
Scenes from an Italian Restaurant
A bottle of white, a bottle of red
Perhaps a bottle of rose instead
Well get a table near the street
In our old familiar place
You and I - face to face
A bottle of red, a bottle of white
It all depends on your appetite
Ill meet you any time you want
In our italian restaurant.
Things are okay with me these days
Got a good job, got a good office
Got a new wife, got a new life
And the familys fine
We lost touch long ago
You lost weight I did not know
You could ever look so good after so much time.
I remember those days hanging out at the village green
Engineer boots, leather jackets and tight blue jeans
Drop a dime in the box play the song about new orleans
Cold beer, hot lights
My sweet romantic teenage nights
Brenda and eddie were the popular steadies
And the king and the queen of the prom
Riding around with the car top down and the radio on
Nobody looked any finer
Or was more of a hit at the parkway diner
We never knew we could want more than that out of life
Surely brenda and eddie would always know how to survive.
Brenda and eddy were still going steady in the summer of 75
When they decided the marriage would be at the end of july
Everyone said they were crazy
Brenda you know youre much too lazy
Eddie could never afford to live that kind of life.
But there we were wavin brenda and eddie goodbye.
They got an apartment with deep pile carpet
And a couple of paintings from sears
A big waterbed that they bought with the bread
They had saved for a couple of years
They started to fight when the money got tight
And they just didnt count on the tears.
They lived for a while in a very nice style
But its always the same in the end
They got a divorce as a matter of course
And they parted the closest of friends
Then the king and the queen went back to the green
But you can never go back there again.
Brenda and eddie had had it already by the summer of 75
From the high to the low to the end of the show
For the rest of their lives
They couldnt go back to the greasers
The best they could do was pick up the pieces
We always knew they would both find a way to get by
Thats all I heard about brenda and eddie
Cant tell you more than I told you already
And here we are wavin brenda and eddie goodbye.
A bottle of red, a bottle of white
Whatever kind of mood youre in tonight
Ill meet you anytime you want
In our italian restaurant.
my tears won't make any room for more
i have like 4 tags to do hehe so prepare for massive tagation in the next few days (:
10 random facts (+10 for extra lateness. lucky you!)
tagged by... brenda, alexis, farisa, brenda again!, and weiwei (:
1. i love shoes, nailpolish, earrings, stationery, clothes, and music.
2. i think i may be the most sweet-toothed person you will ever meet. heheh. eating frosting bare, anyone?
3. i've never stayed +3 years at any one school. and never will, apparently. (before college)
4. my itunes is kind of spammed with a way too big range of music, which is why i often find myself shuffling about 20 songs before i find one i like :P
5. i overthink things way too much
6. sorry but i don't like harry potter books heheheheheheh...........
7. all my photos have been taken with an underwater point and shoot. i think that's why it has funky flare.
8. it frustrates me when people are always cooped up inside and don't want to leave their house/apartment. ESPECIALLY IF THEYRE LIVING IN A BEAUTIFUL, AMAZING, AND ABSOLUTELY AWESOME CITY LIKE SHANGHAI! they really need to appreciate shanghai.
9. oh, i love shanghai. LOVE. i eventually want to come back and live here as a local expat.
10. "local expat" here means a shanghainese who was "sent here" to work by an american/international company.
11. i can't wait to raise a family. i think i want one kid.
12. i'm a hopeless romantic at heart.
13. squirmy bugs make me cringe. like, squiggly things. i can't even stand typing them out.
14. i really really really really unhealthily want to go ivy league.
15. i felt differently three years ago, but i honestly think moving to shanghai was the smartest decision my family has ever made.
16. i am best motivated when everyone else says i'm can't do something.
17. with that being said, i can get quite cruel.
18. the earliest events i can remember date back to when i was 2 turning 3.
19. cheetos, slim jims, icees, brownies, and orange juice make my life complete. odd one out? hahah.
20. when i'm serious, i don't talk a lot. when i'm competitive, i don't talk a lot. when i'm stressed, i don't talk a lot. i just have a very :| face.
yay congrats if you read to the end <3
brenda song make up
Wendy Wu has only one thing on her mind: winning the crown as this year's homecoming queen. But the arrival of a mysterious young Chinese monk named Shen flips her whole world upside down. As if juggling homework, a hottie boyfriend, and fierce competition for homecoming queen isn't enough, now she's got to seriously train her mind, body, and spirit in all things Kung Fu! Will Wendy discover her own inner warrior and learn what's really important in life? (Big surprise: It's not all about shopping.) Awesome action-adventure and Kung Fu fun is packed into WENDY WU: HOMECOMING WARRIOR, starring Brenda Song (THE SUITE LIFE OF ZACK & CODY). And only this Kickin' Edition DVD has the never-before-seen extended ending, a totally cool behind-the-scenes featurette, and more!
To her friends, Wendy Wu (Brenda Song) is an average teenager with an almost perfect life and a dream of becoming homecoming queen. Chinese legend, on the other hand, declares that Wendy is first and foremost the reincarnation of a powerful woman warrior from the Wei Dynasty who is destined to fight the newly-awakened, evil Yan Lo. When Shen (Shin Koyamada), a most untraditional Buddhist monk, arrives in Fair Springs, California to begin training Wendy in the art of Kung Fu, Wendy is skeptical and uncooperative until a series of strange events involving her family, friends, and teachers force her to consider her priorities from a whole new perspective. Some serious Kung Fu training whips Wendy's body into shape, but it is her state and strength of mind that will ultimately determine her path and the destiny of the larger world. Disney star Brenda Song (The Suite Life of Zack and Cody) shows true martial arts prowess in this action-packed film as does Shin Koyamada (Constellation). Ashley Tisdale (High School Musical) also plays a supporting role. Bonus features include an exclusive alternate ending, a look at the intensive martial arts training that predated the film, a cast connections segment that is basically a television biography of Brenda Song, and an episode of The Suite Life of Zach and Cody in which London (Brenda Song) is disastrously enrolled in parochial school and Zach and Cody learn a lesson about spying. (Ages 7 and older) --Tami Horiuchi
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