donatellavevo:

an emotional roller coaster from start to finish


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Deedee Magno / Zach Callison - How to Be Strong (In A Real Way)
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andyleighr:

naoyatodo:

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this is too much for me there’s a sparkle effect and everything


Elaine Stritch - Something Good
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aliveandfullofjoy:

This usually isn’t the first thing people think of when they think of Elaine Stritch, but one of my very favorite performances of hers will always be the finale to her brilliant one-woman show Elaine Stritch At Liberty, a heartfelt performance of the song "Something Good." The song, with music and lyrics by Richard Rodgers, was of course written for the 1965 film adaptation of The Sound of Music; where it’s boring and out of place there, here it is used with alarming and devastating poignancy. This is Elaine Stritch to me: a performer with a knack of selling any song, if it was the best of Sondheim or if she had to elevate the material, and making a deeply personal connection to it. Brava. 


sexyandthethief:

my friend told me to watch this cooking video while listening to sad music. so i mixed a little something for you all


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dollofparadox:

badgoku14:

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This is the best thing I’ve heard all month. 


bonquayyy:

notyetfamouslyfamous:

caprediem:

iihateurls:

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agentbartowski:

STILL ONE OF THE BEST VIDEOS TO EVER EXIST

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oh my jesus.

oh my god this is perf. I’m crying okay.

bringing this back.

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we-r-who-we-blow:

starpulses:

a legendary pop music anthem that your faves could never touch

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juliankoster:

Lets not forget this Weird Al classic