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Every night I hope and pray
This song is 60 years old and ages like fine wine
My mom saw Bobby Darin having breakfast in a diner in Reno in the 60's and he was on his own. She went to say hello and he invited her to join him, mom said he was a real gentleman and very nice.
Who’s still bumping this in Quarantine 2020! ✊
2020 and listening still give a like if you love 50s music
I want a wife who loves this music
I'd always listen to this song in my Grans car. She had a CD and we would always play it. That CD was filled with amazing songs from the 60s. Anyways, as i said, we'd always listen to it. That was my favourite thing about my Grans house. The music. I was a 8-9 year old child who was obsessed with the 60s because of my Gran. I remember for my 10th birthday My mum bought me a Vamps CD. I listened to the songs but i didn't like it very much and later that day My Gran and Grandad came to the house to celebrate my birthday. They came in with a big box and told me to open it so we all sat in the living room. Me, my mum, dad, gran, grandad and sister. I opened the box and it was filled with at least 15 to 20 CDs. All of them were 60s. We had Elvis, Bobby Darin, The Beatles, Frankie Valli you name it, they were there. That was the best birthday I'd ever had. We listened to that music the whole day, me and my gran singing every song. In 2018 she was diagnosed with Motor neurons disease ( what Steven Hawking had) and i was so upset. I was only 11 years old. My mum sat me down and told me that my gran was very unwell and that i had to care for her so i did. Every day I'd get her up and make her bed, get her breakfast and clean the house. About 3 months later my gran couldn't move, so i couldn't get her up to make the bed. She was stuck there. A few more weeks in she stopped talking. Couldn't move her mouth at all. She had to eat and drink from a straw and it was heartbreaking. I had to sit and watch her slowly die in front of me. I'd always talk to her but she wouldn't talk back. I'd even play chess with her and I'd move her pieces and always let her win. After a few months of living like that it came round to Christmas. I got up on Christmas morning and opened my gifts, a few toys and some Elvis movies and CDs then i went to show my gran through in her bedroom. I described them all and told her how happy i was to get them then my mum came in and told me to leave for a few moments. After like 5 minutes she came into the living room and said that i should go and sit with my gran cause it wasn't looking so well for her so i did. I went into my bedroom got my CD player and went into my grans room, plugged it in and played our CD. I just sat with her for hours on Christmas day trying not to cry over it and i spoke to her saying how much i loved her. After a few hours i went to bed cause it was like 10pm. The next day nothing happened but two days after that at around 7 at night my mum came into me and my sisters room and told us My gran had passed away. Hardest news I'd ever had to take. I loved my Gran so so much, she was my favourite person and now she was just gone. I went back to sleep that night since i was really tired cause i was crying and the next morning i got up at around lunch and went into the living room. Everything looked dead. It was horrible. I couldn't even feel her in the house anymore. We went home that night and i went to my room, took out my CD player put in our CD and i cried for hours. Not sobbing. I was having a breakdown. I don't want to move or eat or sleep i just wanted to sit there.
this song describes what I've been dreaming of for the past two years.
Im spending my whole childhood trying to live in an era that is no more
I know no one cares but I'm only 14 years old but i prefer to listen to old songs than the new one.
I’m 23 years old and prefer these songs than trap music
Who's listening in 2020 even tho I'll be listening till the day I die
The worst thing about getting old, is remembering what it is like to be young.
Me and my grandma were singing along to this in the car yesterday while my mom and sister were cringing and it was a big mood.
This song will never age. The 50s and 60s are the best
I am searching for and listening to all my mum's favourite songs online. I am crying as I listen to each of them. Mum RIP, I love and miss you so much
Quien en cuarentena 2020 como yo que haya encontrado esta perla?!!!!
Met him when I was a kid he gave me a fifty cent piece to buy me a coke I still have it great guy.