I can’t get enough of the choas music video, I’m on the edge of my seat. I can’t get enough of the music and the story of the music video. I feel like I’m listening in the midst of the action and the emotions. There is something about the beat of the music that makes me feel alive and alive.
The music video is simply that good. It has to be by now. It has to be in this week. It just has to be.
That’s it. That’s all I have to say about that. That’s all I can say about that.
The music video is certainly going to be one of the best music video of this year. It has to be, it just does. It has to be.
I also love the music video. One of the best I’ve seen. I love it. I think Im going to get it on and listen to it as soon as Im can.
The video above is a combination of the track that made me drop my iphone and the song that made me go “omg, i love this song!” but that is a very personal thing. Im not going to say anything about that.
The video is a combination of the track that made me drop my iphone and the song that made me go omg, i love this song but that is a very personal thing. Im not going to say anything about that.
I can’t get enough of this song. It’s the kind of song that makes me want to cry. I mean, it’s a beautiful song of hope and redemption, but what is it about this song that makes me want to cry? Like, what is the song about? That’s a question that has plagued me for the past couple weeks, and while it may be one of the most personal songs Ive ever heard, I’m not sure what the answer is.
I am not in love with this song and will never be. I know I will never be in love with it, but I do know that the song has made me feel happy, and I have to say, it makes me feel a little bit stronger than I did a couple weeks ago. I had a bad week and I was sad and depressed and lonely, and this song helped me find the strength to get through that.
The song was originally released by the band M.I.A. in 2006, but it has been described as a “heavy, synth-pop classic” since the early 2000s, when it was covered by the band the Cure and even featured on The Simpsons episode “The Simpsons Tapped Out.”The song is played at the beginning of the song, and just like M.I.A.