The Other Side of the Rainbow is the twelfth album by singer Melba Moore, released in 1982. It also featured her hit "Love's Comin' At Ya". The album's title track is best known for its ending note, which Melba holds for 38 seconds. Love's Comin' At Ya" (Paul Laurence). Mind Up Tonight" (Lillo Thomas). Knack for Me" (Paul Laurence). How's Love Been Treatin' You" (Lotti Golden, Richard Scher).
At the End of the Rainbow (also known as The Princess and the Magic Frog) is a 1965 American children's fantasy adventure film, originally released by Fantasy Films.
Members owning this album1. 1. End of the Rainbow. 5. Curse of the Night. 7. You're Gonna Get It. 8. Bad One. 9. Klassic Romance. 11. Blast Off. 12. Ancient Future. Other productions from Strangers (USA). Albums in Heavy Metal.
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Look To Your Heart - The Gene McDaniels Story 1959-1961. 22 more albums featuring this track. Let us know what you think of the Last.
Главная Переводы песен H Hammerfall At the End of the Rainbow. 6 7 8 9. At the End of the Rainbow (оригинал Hammerfall). На конце радуги (перевод Margaret Korsakova из Moscow). As long as I remember. Here we are, mighty, glorious. Вот мы стоим, могущественные, прекрасные, At the end of the rainbow. With gold in our hands.
Over the Rainbow (Rainbow album). Over the Rainbow (オーバー ザ レインボー) is the debut Japanese album of South Korean girl group Rainbow, and their first full album overall. It was released on March 28, 2012 in Japan under Universal Sigma. It was preceded by the singles "A", "Mach" and first original Japanese single "Gonna Gonna Go!".
Album Legacy of Kings. At the End of the Rainbow Lyrics. As long as I remember We've marched across this land Reached for a new horizon Pulled by the killing hand. All fed up with lies The time has come To break these chains and fly. Here we stand, bound forevermore We're out of this world until the end Here we are, mighty, glorious At the end of the rainbow With gold in our hands
Megan appears to reference the myth that at the end of every rainbow lies a leprechaun's pot of gold. Instead of claiming that leprechauns and their gold don't exist, Cueball offers the refutation that, technically, rainbows are circles, so they do not have an end. This is true for an idealised rainbow, and for some actual rainbows: if the viewer has an unobstructed view of the light-reflecting substance creating the effect for the whole of the circle's circumference, they could see a full circle