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The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Mercury Records Ltd (London) except track 1 owned by Island Records and is exclusively licensed to Mercury Records Ltd (London).

e. treasure every moment, even if it isn't happy) Very beautiful optimistic song and one I think many people could relate to. Overall, the song "She" by Elvis Costello celebrates the enigmatic and transformative power of love, which can inspire, challenge, and sustain us throughout our lives. He also recorded the song in a more uptempo French version with different lyrics, simply titled "Elle" (English: She). In addition to the famous Elvis Costello version noted above, the song has been recorded by many different artists over the years. The first few verses are him weighing up the pros and cons - she could be bad for him, leave him emotionally scarred, but she could also be the best thing in his life - There is no way for him to be sure and the front she has on makes it difficult for him to work her out.He was one of the founders of the "Dunedin Sound" a musical scene in the south of New Zealand in the early 80s. Paul Byrom recorded a cover of the song while a member of Celtic Thunder; the song was released on the self-titled debut album and their concert DVD "The Show.

The singer also hints at the possibility that the woman may have hidden depths or secrets that only he can glimpse or appreciate. What i hate abour "She" is that it became veeery annoying over time due to being used in every commercial, every shitty tv show, every wedding from 2001 to 2014. The song captures the essence of longing, fascination, and attachment that characterizes romantic love. Pausini performed the song live for the first time during the final of Sanremo Music Festival 2006, when she was invited as a guest artist. In his original interpretation, Azvavour is very cold, he seems not at ease with the recording, it was really missed.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. CBBC used the song for a reflective montage at the end of the memorial retrospective My Sarah Jane, celebrating the long-running Whoniverse character Sarah Jane Smith following the death of actress Elisabeth Sladen. He admits that some of his memories of her may be bittersweet and fleeting, but still, they remain etched in his mind forever. Elvis Costello recorded a cover version of the song in 1999 for the soundtrack of the film Notting Hill.

I think this song is about someone who has fallen in love with a woman who is somewhat mysterious and has a bit of a front - "inside her shell" "No-one's allowed to see them when they cry" and he is intrigued by her. He loves her despite the fact she has a front and he is willing to be there for her "laughter and tears" and make them his "souvenirs" (I.

From the track, we see this person fall deeper into the negative thoughts and slide further down the path of mental torment with every lyric.

However, she recorded a new version of the song, included in her greatest hits album 20 - The Greatest Hits. He realises there are emotional risks for him to become involved with her despite how special he thinks she is.Sure it's not going to be a beautiful melody, but his unique style made the song a hit, and I like his.

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