Πέμπτη, Μαΐου 21, 2009

Alexander Rybak-Funny little world (new song: CD fairytales - preview- ) και οι ατακες που έγραψαν :)


Funny Little World lyrics

Suddenly I'm famous,
and people know my name.
I've got a thousand girls just waiting,
and therefore it's a shame
that my heart has been captured
by your funny little smile.
And finally I'm happy,
if only for a while.

People call me stupid,
for treating you like a queen.
But I don't even worry,
'cause you're my unforeseen
And I hope that you'll be with me,
if only in my dreams.
But here you are next to me,
and you're glad, or so it seems.

And I don't know for sure
where this is going.
Still I hope for more, and more.
'Cause who would know that you
would treat me like a boy,
and I treat you like a girl,
in this funny little world.

Don't promise me for ever,
just love me day by day.
No one knows the future,
we're young, but that's OK.
'Cause you'll always be a part of me,
whatever life will bring.
And people have to bear with you,
this silly song i sing.

Your boyfriends might be angry,
my girlfriends might be blue.
But no one can deny it,
from now on I love you.
I have to say it's new to me,
this feeling in my heart.
Guess I've been kind of lonely,
and you've been kind of smart.

And I don't know for sure
where this is going.
Still I hope for more, and more.
'Cause who would know that you
would treat me like a boy,
and I treat you like a girl,
in this funny little world.

And I don't know for sure
where this is going.
Still I hope for more, and more.
'Cause who would know that you
would treat me like a boy,
and I treat you like a girl,
in this funny little world.

This funny little world.



Fairytales is the debut studio album by the Norwegian artist Alexander Rybak. It is to be released in Norway on June 2, 2009, and on various dates in Europe (see release history). Most of the songs on the album are written and composed by Rybak himself.

The first single of this album is Rybak's "Fairytale", the winning song from the Eurovision Song Contest 2009. His entry broke the previous record in the festival and achieved a total of 387 points. All the participating countries voted for the song.

Track listing

# Title Writer Length
1. "Roll With the Wind" Alexander Rybak 3:34
2. "Fairytale" Alexander Rybak 3:05
3. "Dolphin" Alexander Rybak 4:16
4. "Kiss and Tell" TBA* 3:20
5. "Funny Little World" Alexander Rybak 3:46
6. "If You Were Gone" Henning Sommerro 4:31
7. "Abandoned" TBA 4:09
8. "13 Horses" Alexander Rybak 5:42
9. "Song from a Secret Garden" Rolf Løvland 3:30

* To be announced

[edit] Bonus track
# Title Writer Length
10. "500 Miles" The Proclaimers 3:24


13 Horses Video



Roll with the Wind Video








ατακες που απόλαυσα :)


the early years...
alexander rybak: Here (in Norway) I understood that not every kid practised daily for 3 hours. I felt cheated in a way, I remember I was crying



Translation:
Dan Børge: Already inn 2003 we could see the unusual talent that truethe screen and I almost hit the ground when I saw him at the ESC. He shows you his soul trough his ayes even through the screen. And the fact that he has made all of this himself is amazing(fantastic).

Dan børge is like a He is a really col guy and just by talking about classic music, he makes people think its cooler.
Reporter: Where you suprised that you came that fare when you had met so much resitans on the way
Rybak: yes. I felt it was destiny that I would try and try and in those years before i found out that I said to my self that the coolest thing wasn't to succeed but to never give up. So after Kjempesjangsen(a competition on TV) I almost didnt know what to do. I were no longer the Underdog.

Kvelden før kvelden 2006 Its a program the night before Christmas The song is also written by Rybak.
Reporter: A lot of people wonders about the them of the songs you write. You write a lot about love and this girl. Even when you are writhing a Christmas song. It start of with Christmas and than it goes over to a love song.

Rybak: Yes but its still in Christmas

Reporter: So everything is about love?

Rybak: yes All we need is love! Its been said. Should I start defending that? Im a loving guy

4 σχόλια:

Adamantia είπε...

Ki εμείς αγαπήσαμε αλλά δεν κάναμε έτσι :))

Spark είπε...

After securing the biggest Eurovision Song Contest victory of all time and securing Norwegian broadcaster NRK the record of the most watched television show in Norwegian history, the next record is on for Alexander Rybak. Fairytale now stands a chance of becoming the most commercially successful Eurovision Song Contest winner since 1976.

Fairytale, the Eurovision Song Contest winning entry is topping download charts across Europe. On itunes music charts, it sits top of the pile in most European countries today. In Australia, it entered yesterday at 92 and has risen to 19 today.

Fairytale looks set to become the most commercially successful Eurovision Song Contest entry since 1976 when Save Your Kisses For Me (United Kingdom winner) sold more than Waterloo managed in 1974.

It is becoming increasingly clear that the Eurovision Song Contest has produced a winner that is hugely popular and commercially successful for the first time in many years. Even last year’s winner, produced by Timbaland did not achieve international success except in a handful of countries and did not top any European charts outside of Russia.

The phenomenom that is growing around Alexander Rybak and the Norwegian delegation is already making the Eurovision Song Contest into an event that every record label will now take seriously and consider entering their biggest artists for. Whilst this has been happening in Eastern Europe in recent years, few countries in the West of Europe have seen this until now.

France 3 pulled off a huge coup in securing Patricia Kaas for the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, whilst the BBC secured Andrew Lloyd Webber and Diane Warren as a high profile songwriting team, and the Netherlands sent a hugely popular local act in The Toppers. All of these artists have helped to increase the profile of the competition.

Ανώνυμος είπε...

Οι μεγάλες αγάπες θα πήγαιναν στον παράδεισο...
... αν δεν έχαναν τον δρόμο...

Amethystos είπε...

Μακάρι να πάρει και το Νόμπελ και το Όσκαρ το παλικάρι.
Αλλά εμείς έχουμε μέσα στην καρδιά μας την Αζερμπαιτζανή....
Πειράζει? :)