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Offline Lukey

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A small Favour
« on: 25.09. 2013 17:12 »
My rather gorgeous friend successfully won a talent competition run by the scouts, it was called bright sparks and the winner got to record and produce there own song which would be released into the charts, It may not be to all your tastes but she has worked so hard doing it and would appreciate as many people viewing the song ( its free) and if you really like it buying it from Itunes. All the money goes towards the scout association which as many may know is a charity

So yeah, Here it is :)

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bNFHq1da2M

Hope you enjoy :)
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Re: A small Favour
« Reply #1 on: 25.09. 2013 19:56 »
Certainly a very good alternative for youths, instead of getting into drug gangs.

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Re: A small Favour
« Reply #2 on: 25.09. 2013 20:22 »

Haven't got speakers, so can't listen for the moment, but if she sings the way she looks, it's going to be a major hit!
Clip looks good to. Congratulations
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Re: A small Favour
« Reply #3 on: 25.09. 2013 21:32 »
Sounds good to me. Best of luck with it.
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Re: A small Favour
« Reply #4 on: 26.09. 2013 01:57 »
Brilliant voice and great clip. Was she actually playing the piano? What a stunner. I can relate as my daughter started singing at 15 years and I had to pick her up sometimes at 1~2am!!! She has made a great career out of it so lets hope this beautiful young lady can do so also. Gerry

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Re: A small Favour
« Reply #5 on: 26.09. 2013 04:27 »
 *eek*  your batting well above your average ..  you should change your name from Lukey to LUCKY..  *whistle*
Jokes aside...  she's got tallent...  the look & the voice ...   hope she does well..    *good3*
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Re: A small Favour
« Reply #6 on: 27.09. 2013 09:37 »
Cheers guys for the support, and she is gorgeous isn't she  ;) She says thank you for all your lovely comments  *smile*
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