Wednesday, September 22, 2010

One of My Favorite Songs

The Evil Twin sent me this video in an email this morning.

This chick seems sweet and she's obviously dedicated, if not a bit misguided.

It reminds me of the American Idol contestants who have family and friends saying they have a lovely voice when they really just do not.

I know I can't sing, and therefore, you will never see me on YouTube paying tribute to a song I love.



  1. Dear god... this must be a hoax. Please say it is. :)

  2. I had to quit 56 seconds in (almost the entire first verse) Between her tooth and lack singing skills, it was really painful.

    At least I saved the cube farm here by listening to it on my ear buds.

    The ear buds are unfortunately, a total loss.

  3. I couldn't really listen.... it just totally freaked me out...

  4. Is it just me or does it look like she's got a line of drool coming out the right side of her mouth?

  5. I have acquired pitch. Listening to 440 cycles per second as an "A" note has been beaten into me in college.

    When she started singing, I almost puked....not because she is that bad but because if I hear anything other than 440 cycles per second in tonality, it really hurts. Sort of like having a massive tooth ache or an instant migraine when you hear someone scratching their nails on the blackboard.


  6. !!!!This is going on my FB right now!!!!


  7. For me it is teeth. I can deal with the voice, but the teeth are a no go.

  8. Yup, I blame the well meaning friends and family of this misguided rocker-wannabe.
    Sad, I really hoped she'd be able to sing, you know, to kinda make up for the rest of a pretty unfortunate set of features.
    Poor thing.

  9. I couldn't watch. Just seeing the tooth is enough for me. Poor thing. The toothless thing freaks me the heck out.

  10. Oh my Lord.......When she leaned back in the chair to dance I was expecting to hear the thing crumble and see her pink fuzzy slippered feet in the air...and the teeth! AAHHHHH!!!!

  11. I made it :39 into the video before whispering "Oh, Sweet Lord" and scrambling for the pause button. I really, really, REALLY wanted her to have talent.