Harem was originally released, with unrelated lyrics in Portugese, as Canção Do Mar [Song of the Sea] by Amália Rodrigues on her 1955 album Amália Rodrigues, and, with English lyrics, by Sarah Brightman on her 2003 album Harem and as a single. It paints a lyrical picture of Arabian deserts, welcoming the listener to
Cinema Paradiso was originally released by Ennio Morricone on the soundtrack for the 1988 movie Cinema Paradiso. It is the main love theme in the movie and explains the singers love by saying that if you were in the singer’s eyes, heart, and soul then you would know that it is a true love.
The First Noel is a traditional English Christmas carol. It tells the story of the Three Wise Men and their visit to the Baby Jesus. Like most traditional songs there are many different versions of the lyrics and Kelsey is singing a version that doesn’t actually mention the Three Wise Men but instead focuses
Wuthering Heights was originally released by Kate Bush on her 1978 album The Kick Inside and as a single. It is based on a scene from Emily Brontë‘s book Wuthering Heights, where Catherine, a ghost, is outside a window begging to be let in to be with Heathcliff, the man she had loved. It