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  • Here is a video where you’d catch yourself in an awe-inspiring mood as if like you’re over the moon effect 🙂

Have fun viewing and enjoy!

  • Levitate by hadouken



  • But before anything esle…  grab a cup of coffee with you!


Happy Weekend Everyone!


My Nephew AJ Plays In A Band Bucket…

My nephew AJ in the middle … the 4th boy from left beside the girl  🙂


Thanks for watching! mmmwahhh 🙂


Music Passion Morning

Let’s all hear Leiulf’ supper collection of “Morning” Music Passion… Enjoy!

Click here to join us in this fun and share with us your “Morning” Music Passion



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Everyday should be a Sunday Morning.

For those of you who have followed my blog for some time, you know I post versions of The Velvet Underground’s “Sunday Morning” from time to time. Since this month’s subject on Music Passion is “Morning” I thought I would collect them all together in one post. “The Velvet Underground and Nico” has been voted the “most influential L.P. of the late 20th century”. Brian Eno once said, “Only five thousand people ever bought a Velvet Underground album, but every single one of them started a band”. Judging by the recent additions on this list, the influence continues and saturates almost every genre.

First up is the original V.U. version.

Next is my personal favorite, Lou Reed on David Letterman.

Vanessa St. James turned it into a modern pop anthem for today’s youth.

Beck recorded his own…

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Music Passion: A Recap For The April Theme Music Passion

This is a recap for the April Music Passion and there was one entry that I missed to include and it was from

The Spire Cranes

Who Do You Love

Thank you so much The Spire Cranes for joining the April Music Passion.  I highly appreciate this and I apologize that I missed your entry 🙂

And here were  the rest of the entries.  Click each one of them and let us hear them once again before we move to our May Music Passion.

Music Passion Theme for the month of April :

Any Music in the 50’s with a word  “Love”  in its song’s title.

Love Me Tender

  Bye Bye Love

 Why Do Fools Fall In Love

 Comes Love

Here are some guidelines to follow:

    • Find our theme song:Our Music Passion Tagger is Phil of Random Thoughts  

      He’d choose our theme for this of month of May and then we’d tag our Music Passion along with him.

      So Phil we are all waiting for you.  Tag us with your Music Passion.

    •  Post your Music Passion to your blog.
    • Tell us something about it.
    • Your post title should be “Music Passion”
    • Always link your post with the Music Passion page.
    • Copy and paste Music Passion Logo on your side bar.
      On your widget area,    place the IMAGE widget on your sidebar and place All About Lemon Music Passion url image :
      and then place the url page of Music Passion to link on your blog, so that anytime you’d like to check all music passion
      entries for that particular month you can easily access on it. 
    • By the end of the month, I will post who’d get the highest likes.
    • The blogger who gets the highest number of LIKES will be his/her turn to tag us with his/her “Music Passion” for the following month.

      To those who love music, come and join us.
      This is fun!

Music Passion

Welcome to my Music Passion and Tag Along With Me.

Every 1st week of the month I will post a music theme for us to enjoy and at the same time learn from each of these musics that we find interesting for us to share. I love music and by doing this, I will learn something what the other music lovers and/or co-bloggers knew about in the music world or industry.

All About Lemon is sharing and I care.  We blog because we like to do it and we are happy doing it.

Every one who are interested in music feel free to tag along with me and enjoy the music in our soul…

Here are some guidelines to follow:

On this month of April 2012.  The song theme is one of the music in the 50’s.  Any kind of songs in the 50’s but there should be the word “Love ” in its title.

    • Find our theme song- Any Music in the 50’s with a word  “Love”  in its song’s title.
    •  Post it in your blog.
    • Tell us something about it.
    • Your post title should be “Music Passion”
    • Link your post with the Music Passion page:
    • Copy and paste Music Passion Logo on your side bar.
      On your widget area,    place the IMAGE widget on your sidebar and place All About Lemon Music Passion url image :

      and then place the url page of Music Passion to link on your blog, so that anytime you’d like to check all music passion
      entries for that particular month you can easily access on it.
    • By the end of the month, I will post who’d get the highest likes.
    • The blogger who gets the highest number of LIKES will be his/her turn to tag us with his/her “Music Passion” for the following month.
This is my entry for this month’s Music Passion- “Songs In The 50’s

Love Me Tender

It is a song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music, adapted from the tune of “Aura Lee” (or “Aura Lea”), a sentimental Civil War ballad.
“Aura Lee” was published in 1861 with music by George R. Poulton and words by W.W. Fosdick, and this Civil War song later became popular with college glee clubs and barbershop quartets. It was also sung at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York.

Brief History

Elvis Presley performed “Love Me Tender” on The Ed Sullivan Show on September 9, 1956, shortly before the single’s release and about a month before the movie, Love Me Tender, was released, for which the song was originally recorded. On the following day, RCA received 1 million advance orders, making it a gold record before it was even released. The studio, 20th Century Fox, originally wanted to call the movie The Reno Brothers but instead re-titled it Love Me Tender to capitalize on the song’s popularity.

Movie producer Hal Wallis would not allow Presley’s regular band (Scotty Moore, Bill Black, and D.J. Fontana) to play on the soundtrack. Instead, The Ken Darby Trio provided the musical backing with Red Robinson on drums, Charles Prescott on bass, Vita Mumolo on guitar, and Jon Dodson on background vocals, with Presley providing only lead vocals.

The song is credited to Presley and Vera Matson because of the publishing agreement reached for the assignment of royalties (with the exception of a few songs, the King had no songwriting input on any of his huge catalog of music). The principal writer of the lyrics was Ken Darby (Matson’s husband). The song was published by Elvis Presley Music.[1] Darby also adapted the Civil War tune, which was in the public domain. When asked why he credited his wife as co-songwriter along with Presley, Darby responded, “Because she didn’t write it either.”

Presley received co-songwriting credit due to his Hill & Range publishing deal which demanded songwriters concede 50 percent of the credit of their song if they wanted Presley to record it; Presley never wrote any of his own songs according to Peter Guralnick.[2] But he did co-write “You’ll Be Gone” and “That’s Someone You Never Forget“. As with nearly all his early RCA recordings, Presley took control in the studio despite not being credited as producer. He would regularly change arrangements and lyrics to the point the original song was barely recognizable. This, arguably, justified the cowriting credit in this case.

The song hit #1 on the Billboard charts the week ending November 3, 1956, remaining in the position for 5 weeks and reached no. 11 on the charts in the UK. “Love Me Tender” also reached number three for three weeks on the R&B chart.[3] It was also an achievement as “Love Me Tender” succeeded another Presley single, “Hound Dog/Don’t Be Cruel” at #1. This occurrence marked two important events in Billboard history. During this time, Elvis accomplished another record; the longest consecutive stay at number one by a single artist, sixteen weeks, though this was tied by Boyz II Men in 1994 and stood for eight years until being surpassed by R&B singer Usher in 2004 who spent 19 weeks at the top of the charts.

This version was ranked #437 on Rolling Stone‘s list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

In 1968, Presley recorded a 52-second track entitled “Violet (Flower of N.Y.U.)” for the soundtrack of the film The Trouble with Girls. Unreleased until after Presley’s death, the song was Presley’s second adaptation of “Aura Lee”.

Although Presley never re-recorded “Love Me Tender” in a studio setting, two live recordings of the song were released on the albums: NBC-TV Special(1968) and Elvis: As Recorded at Madison Square Garden (1972), with additional performances from concert and television appearances being released after Presley’s death. The song was also performed in the Golden Globe-winning concert film Elvis on Tour (1972).


Sing, dance and tag along with me…

Blog On Fire Award,Top Recent Commenter Twice and I Am It Again 6x


sarahpotterwrites says: I tagged you, and hope you’d like to play:-)

Thank you so much Sarah, I just loved your 11 Questions:
1. What’s the naughtiest thing you did at school, and did you get caught?
When I was in High School, I cheated in my exam and I let  my seatmate to copy my answers and yes I got caught… hahahaha

2. What’s the worst grade you got in an exam, and was it your fault or someone else’s? I experienced to get 5.  Our grading system was 1-2-3-4-5.  If you get 1, it means excellent 100%.  5 means failed.  And it was my fault because I did not study.  So I must get 1 to pass the subject on the final exam.  And I usually got 1 so I had lots of those 3 grades… hehehehe

3. Have you ever farted at a really embarrassing moment? not yet… thank God, hahaha… but Vincent and I farted together after we ate different kinds of seafood and we were about to sleep… Wow the smell was so awful we both got up and opened our window and we had a lot of fun laughing.  It felt good though… LOL 

4. What do you feel about writing Christmas cards?  Oh I just love doing it, it just that nowadays, I do not do it anymore because it is faster to just send e-mails, but I missed doing it.

5. Do you sleep on your back, front, left side, right side, curled up in a ball, straight out, recovery position, or upside down? Funny because I just do it all, but most of the time on my back.

6. What percentage of books on your bookshelves have you read? Oh I have no idea…

7. If your computer is running slow, or your internet is down when you’re in a hurry, how do you react? Nothing, a bit upset but not really 🙂

8. Have you ever been to a party and wish you’d behaved differently? Yes

9. If someone you know and like has written a totally crap story, poem, or song and says they’re going to try to get it published, do you tell them it’s crap or leave them to learn the hard way? I will tell my opinion how I feel about the story but then still leave it all up to him or her to decide whether he or she likes it to be published.  It’s better to do something than not doing anything at all.  Anyways, mistakes will make us grow wiser and better until we become our best.

10. If you won or inherited a vast sum of money, would you feel happy or burdened by it? I will be very happy about it… for sure!

11. Is there an occasion when you spoke up about something and wish you hadn’t, or didn’t speak up about something and wish you had? Yes, but rarely.

My respond are the ff:

Tag And I Am It

Tag I Am It Again

Toothsome Aka Dolly Got Tagged Back, She’s It

Tag She Is It, Toothsome Aka Dolly

Tag You’re It, Whoaa!

Top Recent Commenter  Award from Marcyorples and Cindy

Thanks Guys! You are both brilliant…

Thank you so much Cindy and Marcy for this recognition.
I never thought I could leave you such comments in your blogs because I rarely give my comments… hahaha 🙂
But I am so honored for this.

Likewise here are my Top Recent Commenters:
Thanks to all of you my buddies.  You are all awesome!

Commenter Comments
orples Following 34
Jueseppi B. Following 33
Mark Armstrong Following 27
Marc Phillippe Babineau Following 16
carolynpageabc Following 15
Androgoth 13

The rule of this award are as follows:

  • Tell us about one of your most cherished memories with your child(ren). If you do not have children, then share one of your pet(s). If you do not have pets either, then one with niece(s), nephew(s), or any combination thereof. You can read it here.
  • Tell us about one of your most cherished childhood memories. When I wan 8 years old my father bought me a doll from Italy. And that doll is still with me until now.  My kids called her Mommy Doll 🙂
  • Thank the person who nominated you. Done
  • Nominate  6 bloggers who comment on your blog the most frequently and notify them of the award.You can find your Top Recent Commenters on your site stats page on the bottom, right corner. Done
  • Nominate one more person…the 7th. This person can either be a brand new commenter on your blog, the very last comment you have received, or the one who has posted your most favorite comments Tell us why you have chosen them as your seventh. My 7th goes to

    dovergirl x
    Submitted on 2012/03/20 at 6:18 pm

    WOW!! Congratulations on all of your adulations & awards! Inspiring!!

    Dovergirl is my latest very recent commenter. And She’s a new visitor in my blog.

  • And answer the following questions:
  1. Tell us one thing you have learned from one or both of your parents that has stuck with you throughout the years. My mom taught me to be strong, independent and must have a profession or career, so that no matter what, I could always stand by my own self and not be dependent to others especially with men.
  2. Tell us one thing that you have taught (or intend to teach) your child(ren) that hopeful will stick with them throughout their lifetime.  I told them the same thing as my mom taught me.
  3. Tell us about your favorite job, whether it is one you hold now or one from the past, and why you enjoy(ed) it. I miss my own dental clinic back in the Philippines.  I had it for 17 years. I enjoyed it very much because i was my own boss.
  4. Tell us what you are doing in pursuit of achieving an attainable goal. As of the moment my goal is to support my kids to finish their studies and would have their own profession one day.
  5. Tell us about one person who had the best influence on you in your life (teacher, neighbor, friend, etc.).. My mom, you can read it here

Thank you so much Tania for the Blog On Fire Award.
You really got me on fire! You are wonderful…

1. Thank and link to the person who awarded you : Thank you so much Tania for this peachy thought to nominate me with this award, I am truly grateful 🙂

2. Share seven random facts about yourself:  My seven random facts about myself you can read them here 🙂

3. Pass the award on to more blogging friends. I pass this award to my recent top commenters I just enumerated above.

4. Contact those friends with the link and congratulate them!

5. Post your award with pride.

Enjoy Everyone!

so happy Pictures, Images and Photos

And Thanks To All!

You thought you knew everything?

The liquid inside young coconuts can be used as a substitute for 

Blood plasma.


No piece of paper can be folded in half 

more than seven (7) times. Oh go ahead…I’ll wait…


Donkeys kill more people annually

than plane crashes or shark attacks.


You burn more calories sleeping 

than you do watching television. 


Oak trees do not produce acorns 

until they are fifty (50) years of age or older. 


The first product to have a bar code 

 was Wrigley’s gum. 


The King of Hearts is the only king 

American Airlines saved $40,000 in 1987 
by eliminating one (1) olive 

from each salad served in first-class. 
Venus is the only planet that rotates clockwise.

(Since Venus is normally associated with women, what does this tell you!)
(That women are going the ‘right’ direction…?)


not caffeine

are more efficient at waking you up in the morning.

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Most dust particles in your house are made from 


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The first owner of the Marlboro Company died of lung cancer. 

So did the first ‘Marlboro Man’. 
Walt Disney was afraid



The three most valuable and most common or popular “brand names” on earth: 

Coca Cola, 


in that order. 

I like to add some brands too here.  When I was little if everyone wanted to take a picture they would say, “let’s take Kodak.…”

And when one sees wearing any sunglasses, they’d say “Oh look he’s wearing a “Ray Ban…”

Another one which is very interesting too, if you ran out of toothpaste, instead of asking someone, do you have toothpaste? They rather ask, “do you have Colgate...?

It is possible to lead a cow upstairs… 

but, not downstairs. 

A duck’s quack doesn’t echo, 

and no one knows why. 
Dentists have recommended that a toothbrush 
be kept at least six (6) feet away from 
a toilet to avoid airborne particles 
resulting from the flush.  Sanitary reason to always put lid

down before flushing. 

 ( hmmm I am a dentist myself but I didn’t know that, until now hahaha…
I keep my toothbrush in the living room from now on!) 

And the best for last…. 

Turtles can breathe through their butts. 
(I know some people like that, don’t YOU?)

If there were more interesting facts to learn, it would be nice to hear some.  Would you share them?  Thanks!

Philosophy For Old Age

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For those who are not there yet, 

here are some brilliant guideposts…


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