Category Archive: Music

Stay – Rihanna (Cover by a Soldier)

I first saw this video in a Facebook page. The title says, Insane voice singing Stay by Rihanna. I actually was not familiar with the song, but I still pressed play as the… Continue reading

Passenger – Let Her Go

I first heard this song while watching Budweiser’s “Superbowl” Commercial. It was actually a well done TVC and I actually liked the song. The singer’s voice is very distinct and unique. I said… Continue reading

Ænema – Drum Cover by Meytal Cohen

I always find it impressive whenever someone can cover Danny Carey’s drums on whatever Tool song. But I am more surprised since the one who did a cover is a girl. Or maybe… Continue reading

Sukiyaki

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wSolIumWT0

One of the most popular break-up songs from the 90’s is Sukiyaki, which was sung by 4PM.The song is so filled with emotions, from a lover who contemplates about losing the love of his life and how he wants her back.

Almost everyone who had a failed relationship and break-up in the past can really relate on this song. I myself love this song. And for some reasons even though I have lost the love of my life from years back, somehow, there is still a part of me that misses her and wants her back. My most favorite lines in the song is this:

“If only you were here
You wash away my tears
The sun would shine
And once again you’ll be me mine, oh, mine”

This just makes me reminisce of all the good memories which we shared. It makes me feel melancholic and nostalgic. Just a bitter-sweet memory, makes you smile and just look back. But just like in the end of the song, I have to face the reality that she is gone and that she will never come back.

“But in reality
You and I will never be
‘Cause you took your love away from me”

I have also learned that the song was originally sung by a Japanese artist, which explains the Japanese title. It was originally performed by Kyu Sakamoto. The interesting about this song is that it is the only song, entirely in Japanese, which topped the US Billboard for three weeks on 1963.

One by Metallica (Meytal Cohen’s Drum Cover)

One is actually one of my all time favorite tracks by Metallica. I just love the aggressiveness of  this song. The combination of the nice riffs by James plus the amazing solo of… Continue reading