Category Archives: Soul/funk

  1. Collette Roberts (born ), who performed mononymously as Collette, is a New Zealand-born, Australian-based model turned disco, pop singer during the late s and early s. She had a top five single on both the Australian and New Zealand singles charts in with her cover version of Anita Ward's "Ring My Bell".Collette's rendition was certified gold in Australia by ARIA.
  2. (ring my bell) I can hear my heart bell tomerarenai yo tenshi ga narashiteru "daisuki" no aizu da yo ne can you hear my heart bell? dou shita tte iu no kiita koto ga nai mune no beru ga naru. soredemo mada kimi wa nannimo shiranai keredo. You gotta check out. 27 Best Ever Songs From Movie Soundtracks. Submit a Song; About Us;.
  3. I have no idea why I started watching Ring Ring Bell because 1. I wasn't familiar with the cast, 2. The synopsis sounded lame, and 3. It's really hard for me to finish a Taiwanese drama without dropping. When I noticed that the first ep was subbed on Viki something in my mind told me just give the first episode a try, no harm done.
  4. "Ring my bell" by Anita Ward was # 1 this week in It was the second summer of disco and dancing music was everywhere. The LP reached # 2 and it was a best seller across the Atlantic. Incredibly, "Ring my bell" was her only hit.
  5. Ring my Bell. likes. Ring my Bell is both a mobile phone case and a piece of jewelry, as fashionably versatile as our wardrobes.
  6. Ring my Bell is both a mobile phone case and a piece of jewelry, as fashionably versatile as our wardrobes. Changeable hangings to wear your phone YOUR style.
  7. (Ring my bell) I can hear my heart bell tomerarenaiyo tenshi ga narashiteru “daisuki” no aizu dayo ne Can you hear my heart bell? doushitatte iu no kiita koto ga nai ore no beru ga naru (Ring my bell) I can hear my heart bell It’s unstoppable It’s the sign of “love” that angels are ringing.
  8. Apr 09,  · Directed by Thomas Weber. With Ryan Scharoun, Ashley Nicole Anderson, Casey Bond, Madison Miller. A fast-talking pro sports agent goes to a small town in hopes of convincing a high school baseball star to skip college for the big leagues, but getting to know the kid and the townsfolk makes him re-examine his values and outlook on life/10().

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *