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Hi, Hello Nice to meet you What’s your name? My name is Snehil. I am from India. I just wanted to try to sing a song so if that’s okay, I’ll do so. Can I sing a song? Nice to meet you. This is my first ever visit to South Korea I don’t speak Korean very well But I’ll still try, and I hope you like it. (Singing in Hindi) (Singing in Korean)
In a perfect situation, at the end of our relation Each person’s scar goes into each’s tie It’s made into a memory, the quiet scars are To each’s fate, to each’s fate When I think about it, I guess We were probably not meant to be When I should have been there If only I were there When it comes to destiny and fate I guess timing is important When I should have been there If only I were there That moment, Lalala lalala lala lala Lalala lala lala lala Lalala lala lalala When love passes me by I end up thinking of you When love leaves me Without anyone knowing Oh that moment, oh whoa lalala lala lalala That moment, oh whoa lalala lala lalala la
my name is Troy and I’m a busker and the head waiters at the subway rail the stars if they know that you’re around cuz they couldn’t match the beauty of your eyes but then Who am I just an ordinary guy trying hard to win the first run oh my Candida just take my paper tsunami eater I promise laughing whoo brilliantly expression please what Oh Candida but you take my hands and I’ll need you I promise I knew I was gonna be doing it from the day I was born because I was like rocking on the couch and banging on my desk and getting get in trouble for that but just when I thought saw my first live bad news you’d be doing and they were some guys from back home and I didn’t know that that’s how music was me and in that anybody can do it once I learned that so I started playing when I was 16 and started singing when I was 18 oh my Candida to take my pension I’m the agent I promised for the expression 300 meter to take my hands and now me too I promise music brings people together by concerts records if a good song is something that everybody believes in like like I’d go back to imagine or so people say oh that’s my song right hey that’s my song right because those words they’re going see that in their life so a good songwriter will just write what he’s going through emotionally and then everyone else will get it and remove it the core spin again it brings people together a music could stop the war rarely you don’t behave I’ll ride out on you if you don’t in the words of George Jones honest to goodness he has an album called listen yeah music is my life I didn’t know what that meant for agronomic music is my well if you really want my lovin treat me nice and we are done
I want to go a long way I don’t know who I can meet there I want to climb to a very high level I don’t know how far I can look A small bottle of water, A dusty camera Put it in my old map bag Over the hill, through the woods At a light pace I’m walking slowly down the endless road Sometimes I sit there and relax Sometimes get lost, but don’t have to hurry Someday I’ll find out This road will teach me soon Footprints in front of moist ground The sky I’ve never seen before, but still a familiar road Over the hill, through the woods At a light pace I’m walking slowly down the endless road My heart leaps at the new scenery making a big fuss about nothing I’m walking, whistling Sometimes I fall down, but I walk my way Footprints in front of moist ground The sky I’ve never seen before, but still a familiar road Over the hill, through the woods At a light pace I’m walking slowly down the endless road This street that I’ve decided to grow up in I’ll miss sometimes but I’m leaving, to the wider world
It’s fall here in Korea and buskers are back
out on the streets, entertaining the masses and trying to make a living. And in one Korean city, they’re getting some
professional help. Park Se-young has the story. In larger cities like Seoul, street performers,
or buskers, are a common sight. But over in Jeonju in Jeollabuk-do province,
which has a much smaller population than the capital, the city’s buskers are much more
active than in other regions. That’s thanks to an agency called the Buskers
Factory, which also encourages teams of artists to collaborate. “People who are already performing in Jeonju
or artists who are interested in busking can join us and become part of a new lineup.” The agency even provides practice rooms for
the artists. “We work on weekdays and practice individually
on the weekends. And on performance days, the teams get together.” The agency was established over two years
ago by members of a university music club with a mission to expand the opportunities
for local street performers. It has since grown to nearly 200 members and
is currently working to boost Jeonju’s youth culture. Park Se-young, Arirang News.
MV for New Documentary “Again, Cherry Blossoms” Released The documentary film is expected to show singer-songwriter Jang’s music and life. His song “Cherry Blossom Ending” is arguably the most-heard Korean song in spring. The music video shows Jang performing “Falling in Love (Only You)” on the streets of Daejeon. Jang sings the song while playing his guitar, surrounded by swarms of fans.
We met again at this alleyway entrance Just like that day last summer, I get excited again Because the way I love someone is different from then My face become hardened as I secretly look at you I sing sing sing this song I sing sing sing this song I sing sing sing this song I sing sing sing this song
A year ago. I started complaining to my mother about not being able to see the whiteboard and I was like, oh man I’m gonna get glasses now I went to dr. Cox office and she had done a bunch of tests on my eyes She came back and she’s like you need to go to the ER now I got dragged to my MRI and that’s where they found that I had a tumor in my brain One doctor was like right. She that we’re gonna try to save you from going blind. I was like, what he just say? When I first got home from the hospital I came home like I couldn’t see everything Oh God Don’t cry Once I got back into school That was the bad part The kids were like so cruel. They called me names. They would kick my cane. They’d push me I asked my mom at what point I was like, why did that happen to me? But on the other time I also do have people that are like really supportive and I have made new friends and it’s a whole ‘nother side to life that I never knew about I had people that were in my corner trying to help me learn I was making the best light of what I have been dealt cuz I was like, you know things happen. You still look the same You still act the same. It’s just you can’t see as well. We all got your back all day People always say you can’t do this you can’t do that you can’t do this You can’t do that, but you can do it. You got it How are you? I’m good. How are you? Well fantastic. Tell us all about you your story your name My name is Shayy Winn but I go by Shayy. I’m 17 years old I go to the specialty center of Performing Arts at Thomasdale high school I am just went became legally blind. I should say about a year ago What was the name of the disease? I had hydrocephalus which is too much fluid in the brain Which caused me to have swelling of the optic nerves and that’s when they found that I had a tumor in my head that they think was there all my life But they’re not really sure when it got there. Now. Did they get the tumor out or is it? 50% of it and to get the entire tumor out. They would have had to done Open cranium surgery and they said no that’s a little too dangerous. So we’re not gonna go there What are the doctors telling you? Basically, I’m like a question mark. I don’t like that. okay. We’ll pray for you and pray for the doctors and I pray that technology can get your sight back. Thank you Well, I definitely want to hear after that story I want to hear about your amazing voice and what you’re gonna do for us tonight. Okay? Well, I’m gonna be singing of Rise Up by Andra Day. Okay. All right. That’s awesome When you’re broken down and tired of living life on a merry-go-round and you can’t find the fire I say to you So we’re gonna walk it out and move Mountains we’re gonna walk it out and Oh move mountains And I’ll rise up
I’ll rise like the day I’ll rise up
I’ll rise unafraid And I’ll do it a thousand times again And I’ll rise up
High like the waves I’ll rise up In spite of the ache. I’ll rise up. And I’ll do it a thousands times again For you ooh For you ooh For you ooh For you ooh You have wrecked me. I’m just…
you have Lionel Ritchie You have neat and I am just telling you Lionel, you look like you’re walking a daughter down the isle I love it. I have to do this. I’m sorry every once in a while. Just something comes along like this So Shay you have what we cannot teach that’s right we cannot teach people to just sing like I’ve never seen Lionel cry this much. We cannot teach Letting the music flow straight from the soul, and that’s what you did. It just pours out of you. Thank you you’re a lesson to us all okay because It’s the power of the Spirit and you’re the reminder that just how blessed we are. Yeah, and Here you are with all of your story you walk out here with all the confidence in the world. You just Deliver your spirit Thank you.
And you touched me And I’m looking at me and Katie. Katie and I. We don’t cry together. You know, we do a lot of joking around, but I’m so in love with you. Thank you I’m absolutely in love with you as well You’re so inspiring your strength is so inspiring. Oh, thanks plus you sing like an angel Thank you. And so for me, you’re not a question mark.
Thank you. Can we do this together guys? I would love to. Yes. My dear you’re going to Hollywood! Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you, good job Amazing This belongs to you.
I’m proud of that girl.
Thank you again. (Talking over each other) Of course we’re proud of you we’re so excited to have you Hollywood And by the way, you earn this you earn this 100% and you’re gonna give salsa for people a run for their money Okay, okay, cuz you are meant to be here. Thank you. We’ll see you in Hollywood. All right. All right Subscribe to the American Idol YouTube channel
I persuade you to play badminton with me I call you out for a cup of coffee I persuade you to talk a walk around town But you never say yes or no The flowers, the flowers, yes, yes, they have bloomed The flowers, the flowers, that one flower yes, yes, it has bloomed The countless people on the streets the people on that street Yes, how special am I to you? That’s the hard part, that’s the hard part That’s the hard part