I am actually at a loss for words as I write this. And I am playing some of their songs on YouTube while doing this blog. One need not introduce the Bee Gees because apart from the Beatles, they’re also one of the most influential groups while I was growing up. Back in the 60’s when I was in grade school, my dad used to have those round flat disks which they called 45 then LPs (long-playing records) followed suit. If you ask me, I guess the 60’s has the most number of music artists and singers that ever graced the music world. And the era was so rich with unforgettable music including The British Invasion. Ano ang pamana ni Lady Gaga?
Okay, okay, I am feeling so nostalgic that I want to play all the popular Bee Gees music. Here are some of their well-known songs that catapulted them to fame during the 60’s. Thanks to those who uploaded them on YouTube. Got this particular album Best of Bee Gees on cassette but I don’t know where it is now because we no longer have cassette record player.
Know what I mean? Before you know it, you’ll be humming the same tunes long after you’ve heard them. That’s what you call LSS to the max. I am also looking forward to tomorrow’s hearing on the Chief Justice’s trial. Finally, CJ Corona will grace the witness stand to prove that whatever wealth he has accumulated during his term of office as a government employee has been included in his SALN (Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth) which is a requirement for them to file every year. It does not matter how much, whether it is a mere P10.00 pesos or $10,000,000.00 dollars, the Filipino people have a right to know the truth. Always remember this, the truth will set you free and you can sleep well knowing that you’re not hiding anything.
Good luck Jessica Sanchez. Show them all that you’ve got what it takes to be a champion. Make the Filipinos proud. Let’s hope that you’ll also find time to visit the Philippines because I am sure you will be welcomed with open arms.