BeeGees-Braxton-Bolton-Alladin Soundtrack


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INTRUCTIONS : Read information about artists and comment to your partner . exchange opinions about it . After , Listen the song and complete the missing blanks .

“A Whole New World” is the Oscar winning featured pop single from the soundtrack to the 1992 Disney film Aladdin.[1] It was composed by Alan Menken with lyrics by Tim Rice.[1] The song is a ballad between the primary characters Aladdin and Jasmine about the new world they are going to discover together. The original version was sung by Brad Kane and Lea Salongaduring the film. They also performed the song in their characters at the 65th Academy Awards, where it won Best Song.[1]

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“A Whole New World – Bryson Ft Belle
I can show you the ______, shining, shimmering, splendid.
Tell me _________,now when did you last let your heart _________?
I can ________ your eyes, ________ you wonder by wonder,
Over sideways and under, on a _______ carpet ride A whole new world, a new _________ point of view No one to _____ us no, or ________ to go, or say we’re _______ dreaming.
A whole new _________,
A dazzling place I ________ knew
But when I’m way up here, it’s _______ clear
That now ______ in a whole ______ world with you.
Unbelievable sights, indescribable _________
Soaring, tumbling, freewheeling through an endless diamond _______
A whole new world, / Don’t you dare close your eyes,
A hundred _________ things to see. / Hold your breath it gets better.
I’m like a shooting star, I’ve come so far,
I can’t go _______ to where I used to be / A whole new world,
With _____ horizons to pursue
I’ll chase them anywhere, there’s ______ to spare
Let me share this ________ new world with you


Secrets is the second studio album by American recording artist Toni Braxton. It was released in the United States on June 18, 1996 by LaFace Records. After selling eight million albums domestically of her debut album, earning several awards—including Best New Artist at the 1994 Grammy Awards—, and having consecutive top ten singles on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs
The second single, “Un-Break My Heart”, became a monumental hit peaking at number one on the Hot 100 for 11 consecutive weeks, number one on the Hot Dance Club Play, and number two on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, besides topping the singles charts in several other countries.

Un-break my Heart – Tony Braxton
Don’t leave me in all this pain
Don’t ______ me out in the rain
Come _______ and bring back my ______
Come and take these tears ________
I need your ______ to hold me _____
The _______ are so unkind
Bring back those _______ when I held you beside me
Un-break my heart
Say you’ll love me ______ Undo this hurt you caused When you walked out the ______ And walked out of my life Un-cry these _______
I cried so________ nights Un-break my heart My _______ Take _____ that sad word _______-bye
Bring _______ the joy to my life
Don’t leave me here with these ______
Come and ______ that pain away
I can’t_________ the day you left
Time is so unkind And life is so cruel without you ________ beside me

In 1989, Michael Bolton recorded his own version of the song and it became his biggest hit, reaching number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary charts in 1990. On the Hot 100, the song became the first #1 single of the 1990s. Music video : At the beginning of the video by Michael Bolton performs the song sitting in a living room. In addition to the action broadcast in fade outs he is about to leave the apartment, including suitcases, but later he thinks of this opinion, and cuddles with his girlfriend. On nights tomorrow he will give her a ring, which he later concealed and camouflaged, he reads a newspaper before his girlfriend comes. Then she surprised him with a breakfast and both cuddle again later there is a dispute. Bolton at the end gets to feel guilty.

How am I supposed to live without you – Michael Bolton
I could hardly believe it
When I heard the news _________
I had to come and get it straight from you
They said you were leavin’
Someone swept you _______ away
From the look upon your face I see it’s ______
So _____ me all about it, _____me ’bout the plans you’re _______
Then tell me _____thing more _______ I go

Tell me how am I supposed to live without you
Now that I’ve been lovin’ you so long
How am I supposed to live without you
How am I supposed to _______ on
When ______ that I’ve been livin’ for is ______

I didn’t come here for cryin’
Didn’t come here to breakdown
It’s just a ______ of mine is coming to an end
An how _____ I blame you
When I built my world around
The hope that _______ we’d be so much more than ________
And I ______ wanna know the price I’m gonna pay for dreaming
When even now it’s _______ than I can take


“I Started a Joke” is a 1968 song by the Bee Gees from their album Idea, which was released in September of that year. The song is mainly written and sung by Robin Gibb. “I Started a Joke” is supposedly about someone who has done or said something horribly wrong, which results in feelings of social alienation. Another interpretation is that the song is sung from the point of view of the devil.[3] According to Robin Gibb, the melancholic melody of the song was inspired by the sounds on board an aeroplane, the song was # 6 Billboard chart in 1969 , famous in Australia ,Germany and Swiss , chart positions 16,3 and 5 in those countries.

I started a joke – BeeGees

I started a joke, which started the whole world _______,
but I _______ see that the joke was on me, oh no.

I started to ____, which started the whole ________ laughing,
oh, if I’d only _______ that the joke _______ on me.

I looked at this guy, running my ______ over my______,
and I fell out of bed, hurting my ______ from things that I’d ______.

Til I _______ died, which _______ the whole world living,
oh, if I’d only ______ that the ¬¬
____ was on _____.

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