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In 1993 Asia's songbird Regine Velasquez and Canadian singer/songwriter Paul Anka recorded what was then Laura Branigan's Foolish Lullaby. That looks like a creepy period drama going on while the song is sung. Can anyone tell me what's the title of that film? (if it's a film or what)

Amanda @ Bloggin with Amanda hosts Musical Monday

Denise @ Run DMT hosts Music Monday Blog Hop

Monday Mayhem: Are ya ticked off?

1. What ticked you off last week while you were on your way somewhere? attractive little fashion shops; they distracted me off my main purpose to browse antiques.

2. Who in your house really ticked you off and how did they do it? a reading lamp that died on me without saying goodbye

3. What politician or political event really ticked you off last week? I stay away from politics because they tick me off all the time

4. Tell us what ticked you off on TV last week. the entire TV disappeared. thanks to the storm

5. What ticked you off online last week? not having enough time to go online

6. What celebrity ticked you off last week and how? don't care enough about any celebrity to be ticked off

7. Tell us something food related that really ticked you off. insane toaster that burned my honey oat loaf

Harriet @ Harriet and Friends hosts Monday Mayhem


Anonymous said…
Oh i get it. When anything gets burnt it's the toasters fault. Now lets see, here, who sets the controls on the toaster, puts the toast in there, plugs it in and determines if when it pops up if it's done good enough or not...oh wait I know...The damn toaster...gee...that took me some time to figure out. Politics tick me off all the time as well. :) Love this song my friend. They have good voices and sing this well together. Really enjoyed it :) I subscribed to this channel and put it as a favorite. Thanks for sharing :) Have a great week ahead...Oh and just between you and me, Amanda has a new badge for MM :)
Hazel said…
Thom, lol! my insane toaster is actually broken and I'm just tolerating it because I don't want to buy a new one for reasons you will know soon enough. Just between you and me, I got the badge now :D
Artsnark said…
Sounds like quite a week ;) At least the coffee maker worked, I hope
Amanda Moore said…
Hazel, what a great video! I am going to try to get some info on it.... it has me really curious now. The gal in it looks so much like Celine Dion but I am sure it is not her. Maybe it was from a movie? Any way if I find anything out I will get back to you! Thanks for playin' sweetie!Have a great Halloween!
Anonymous said…
Hmmmm now you've got me really curious...A move maybe? CJ maybe going to start running the toaster? LOL WOOT!!! between you and me ... it looks good :)
I am Harriet said…
Sure hope you were able to treat yourself at one of those distracting shops!

Thanks for playing!
Jewel said…
Uggh burnt toast is the worst! What ticked me off? The rainy season kicking off the internet connection in Cambodia so I couldn't talk to my bf!
Artsnark said…
Thanks for stopping by Hazel. The same singer has another creepy old tune for the kiddies called
Here comes the Boogeyman
Unknown said…
No idea what the movie is, but it sure makes for a creepy video.
Ebie said…
No clue either....

Re: toaster: Just scrape off the burnt side put a pat of margarine or butter and sprinkle some sugar...that would be a great merienda....
Hazel said…
ArtSnark, and so it did. the toaster :D

Amanda, I'd love to know if you find anything. I do think it's Celine on the background.

Ah Thom, you're so positively perceptive. I have this feeling your guess is usually correct :)))
Hazel said…
Harriet, thank, I did.

Jewel, oh sorry about that. I hope you get to talk again with your bf without interruption. Soon.

ArtSnark, thanks for the info
Hazel said…
Alice, it does... some romantic-paranormal period piece going on, don't you think?

Ate Eb, right. That's what I actually do if I have lots of time but when I'm rushing for something else, pagkasungot hehehhe

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