5 Cool things with Pan Simala

5 Cool things with Pan Simala


Songwriter: Christina Aguilera
Even her rival, Britney Spears, has admitted that Christina Aguilera is particularly talented at writing songs that can lift the spirits of a broken-hearted woman. Released on her album Stripped in 2002, the songs “Fighter” and “Can’t Hold Us Down” became best selling hits for their empowering lyrics, while “Beautiful” and “The Voice Within” encourage people to be strong no matter what happens to them. Born with a beautiful voice and a compassionate soul, Aguilera never wants her girl fans to self-destruct after making a mistake in their life.

Website:
www.mp3raid.com

Want to top up your phone and iPod with your favourite music without wasting money? Whether you want Korean or English songs, you can get them for free by downloading them from mp3raid.com. This website directs you to different account holders in an uncomplicated process. All you have to do is to type the name of the song and artist in the search box and click the download button. It is unbelievable, right? You can find almost every song that you could possibly want.

Place for live music:
Lobby Bar, Intercontinental Phnom Penh

The luxury image of a five-star hotel may discourage some people from experiencing the inexpensive Lobby Bar inside the Intercon. Forget this stereotype that luxury hotels are only for the rich and get ready for a good night out. At the Lobby Bar, you don’t have to pay a hundred bucks to get your soft drinks and listen to live music. In the evening after work, the Filippino band will entertain you with songs from Celine Dion, Dido, Mariah Carey, Leona Lewis and more. Occasionally, they will also accept your song requests as well.


Music Instrument: Grand Piano
Forget about the electric guitar or keyboard. When it comes to musical instruments, the grand piano is as classy as you can get. When used in the prelude to a song or piece of music, the soft notes of the grand piano enthrall me. If you are depressed and want to cry to relieve your pain, you might want to try listening to some sad songs like “Memory”. Then you can end your gloomy day with a song like “Music Box”. Afterwards, you will believe that the piano has the power to make people laugh and cry.

Natural Music:
Cricket and bird songs

If you are able to move beyond the dirt of the countryside, you may notice the music that comes at dusk and dawn; crickets and birds twittering. This type of music is rarely played these days because the number of bands has gradually declined due to the rapid urbanisation and clear-cutting of trees. However, most people of our generation are lucky enough to have heard this music when we were young and felt how calming and entertaining it could be while doing both homework and housework. You know what? This natural music is even marketed by many tourism destinations!

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