Our project is to show each other what songs we like as well as songs that will represent our countries and their cultures. We decided to make a playlist: 5 songs from each country. Click here to listen to our PLAYLIST now!
Han Ben Hari – Wikipedia
This song is talk about how people are bullying some race, and this song is telling to stop it.
Abba – Dancing Queen :
The song was released in September 1975 as one of the 7 singles from the band’s third studio album titled ABBA. It is known in a famous American musical Mamma Mia, which has both been on Broadway as well as made into a movie!
Moshe Peretz – Flight 5325
This song talks about how exciting it is to fly for the first time on a plane with someone you love.
Eagles – Hotel California
The song tells the story of a weary traveler who stumbles upon a night hotel, which for the first time seems inviting and tempting. The song became known as an allegory of hedonism and self-destruction in the Southern California music industry in the late 1970s. While it is definitely a “dad” song, it is a classic to Americans
Omer Adam – I thank:
The song talks about thanking God and how He gives us every day opportunities to live a better life and in general gives us the opportunity to live
Marvin Gaye – Ain’t no Mountain High Enough:
The song was written by Ashford and Simpson before joining Motown. British soul singer Dusty Springfield. It speaks of a tale of a man experiencing New York for the first time, and not letting anything stand in the way of his dream, which represents the idea of the “American Dream”.
Ethnics – A desert bird:
Included in the band’s debut album (bearing her name), released in 1990
Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline:
Sweet Caroline “is a song written and performed by American singer Neil Diamond and released in May 1969 as a single titled” Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good), popular at events, football games, and just hangin out with friends, it is another classic!
Mishina – Night train to Cairo:
The song was inspired by the song “Night Boat to Cairo” (Night Boat to Cairo) by the British ska-pop band Madness, which served as a major source of inspiration for Mishina in its infancy, from its debut album (1979). The song Night Train drew its melody and style from the song Night Boat to Cairo, but the lyrics are very different.
Empire State Of Mind:
The song is a song of praise for New York, the hometown of the two artists. For many, it is used as a workout song, specifically a PR song, as it has a good rhythm and overall just gives good vibes.