Bowie Sacha Baron Cohen Sia

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Manish expressed appreciation for the speech I wrote for him, and I responded with a summer-long boycott of his store. I just could not handle letting him know I had not forgotten about the video he promised of him delivering the speech, so in time I got over it, and in time he volunteered the upcoming release. I cared that Manish was happy, but more importantly I want to know if I’m happy. Manish’s daughter chose Sia Cheap Thrills as background music for her video intro, and I think she’s trying to tell her father what everyone knows . . . he’s . . . I won’t say it here. I took time to learn about Sia, and her collaboration with Sean Paul. Sia is ten years my junior and much older than who I expected this teen would choose. Sia is awesome countering one of my troubles with today’s pop stars is that not all of them have the talent to stand on their own, like the Beatles or Chuck Berry. However, Sia very much stands on her own with overflow creativity making songs for other stars. In addition to cheap thrills I watched the vid Chandelier with the girl dancing wildly — what a performance. To imagine that pre-puberty child representing the excitement of a child immersed in worthy art expressing herself freestyle with a little traditional dance mixed in — absolutely awesome. I feel like every child (boys too, but more importantly girls) should know that vid before each of them reaches puberty. Sia is also in Carpool Karaoke with James Cordon who’s also awesome. I skipped it on my Sia immersion last night, and will watch tonight. Sacha Baron Cohen, David Bowie, and Sia — each performs as someone else — brilliantly. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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