No need to cry. I just don't find anything exciting about "Ahh-ahh-ahh" the whole way through a song. Well, I loved it in Once Upon a Time in the West, but that's because the tune is absolutely gorgeous. Bachianas is a little boring to me; it doesn't do anything for me. That's the only song I skip on the DVD. Seriously, though, an amazing song like You Are Water can't be compared with that song. Imagine if she sang it nowadays, it would be even more amazing!
Now, as none of us understand Japanese, I've used Google's & Bing's translators to make an understandable track list:
1. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star 2. Dream A Little Dream Of Me 3. Effortlessly year by year 4. Pretty Little Horses 5. Hushabye Mountain 6. Go To Sleep (You Little Baby) 7. Baby Mine 8. Brahm's Lullaby 9. Cradle Song (Bonus track for Japan only) 10. Lullaby of Nemunoki (Bonus track for Japan only) 11. Bridge Over Troubled Water (Bonus track for Japan only) (Others will be included)
Ok, two notes. First, on Track 3, I just couldn't make any sense of it. "Sleep On", perhaps? Second, I wonder what it means at the end when it says that "Others will be included". I also got another translation that said "Will be available on other," but the prospect of either is exciting.
You are perfectly correct, Richard. 'Edo Komoriuta' is one of the famous lullaby songs in Japan. Edo is an old name of Tokyo.
I remember my mother used to sing that song for me and my younger brother when we were very small. It was a usual case that my brother fell into sleep very quickly : but I was asking mom to sing the song again and again. I was a boy who could not sleep quickly.
My brother who was 2 years younger than me is not there any more. He was a heavy smoker and his lung cancer killed him. I think I'd play Hayley's new CD and "A thousand wind" at his graveyard.