This video is absolutely wonderful. Pure Hayley at her tip top best. The lyrics are gorgeous... thye words float upon the ear and melt and sliver down the ears into the depths of the soul!
It will sure to be one of my favourites when I hear it in its entirety on the CD.
My favourite Hayley Songs of all time are:
Across the Universe of Time (This is one my phone alarm I wake up to every morning... alarm... time... get it!!! Lol)
My Heart Belongs To You Hine e Hine She Moves Through The Fair Water Is Wide You'll Never Walk Alone (I'm a real time Liverpool supporter) Bridal Ballad I Dreamed a Dream
Gotta stop there... every song of her's is a favourite of mine... apart from the Hine e Hine one with the moari! That's annoying... and the Andrea Bocelli one... I'm afraid I sometimes skip that one of the ole' CD player... does anybody else do the same? No offence to Bocielle - just not my cup of tea!
I have Sky+ so I decided to put CFMTV on record and come back later. Skipping though at 30x speed and nothing: no video of 'One Fine Day' and no most wanted section. So whatever the website shows it not happening on the channel.
I must admit, One Fine Day is good, but that Sheneadroanh (something like that) is so brilliant... (I confused the too!) That could well become a favourite of mine! What does people think of that? I found a fuller video clip then the main website... It was on a music download site... have to look again for exact details! What do people think of it? Surely it has to be Hayley at her purest best!!!!
I must admit, One Fine Day is good, but that Sheneadroanh (something like that) is so brilliant... (I confused the too!) That could well become a favourite of mine! What does people think of that?
As someone born in the Shenandoah area, and having heard that song being sung by my grandparents and the like, I must say that I think it is quite an honor that Hayley has chosen it for her new record. It seems people outside the US tend to think of us as uncultured, but I really don't think that is the case if people bother to explore it a bit. Personally, I think Hayley choosing this song is a great step in that direction, and I really appreciate her recording of this song on a somewhat deeper level because of it.
How fascinating Toronado that you live in the Shenendoah Valley. I am away from my home at the moment but I feel I did pass through there--is it near the Appalachians or blue grass country?
I have loved the song from the first time of hearing it, my aunt playing the piano from a miscellaneous collection of songs she had. I may even have it amongst my archives, I am not sure.
I think that song may be the beginning of my fascination for America and desire to visit, later amplified by a boring hot summer's after-noon at school when the geography text-book had a black and white plate of a view of the Rockies from somewhere in midNebraska and I swore I wanted to be there--twenty years later I was!
Her eyes were the blue of cornflowers that dance amongst ripening wheat, Her hair the colour of golden sands bleached by summer's heat.
I don't live there now, I've been living in Florida for the last 15 or 16 years, with the exception of a 6 month stay in Tennessee. The Shenandoah Valley is indeed between the Blue Ridge and Appalachian mountains in Virginia and West Virginia, the Potomac area. It actually has quite a lot of Civil War history, many major battles were fought there. It is one of the most beautiful areas in North America in my opinion.
Might I just point out that we have a 'Shenandoah' thread. It is HERE. You are currently viewing the 'One Fine Day' thread. So, unless you wish to discuss one particular fine day in the Shenandoah Valley, I think you will find you are off topic.