Category Archives: Rock

Sing Loo

This entry was posted in Rock. Bookmark the permalink.

8 Responses to Sing Loo

  1. Goltilmaran says:
    Loo-li, loo-li, loo-li, loo-li, lai-lay lai-lay Loo-li, loo-li, loo-li, loo-li, lai-lay Lay down your head and I'll sing you a lullaby Back to the years of loo-li lai-lay.
  2. Kajigar says:
    And I will sing a lullaby [A young Buster Moon is seen sitting with his father looking amazed at the theater] Buster Moon (voice-over): This was it. The moment it all began. The moment an ordinary little guy fell in love with theater. Buster: Okay. Toodle-loo. (laughs nervously) Miss Crawly: What are you gonna do, Mr. Moon? Buster.
  3. Kagale says:
    Sing Loo! is the TCC’s annual chorister-driven fundraiser motivated by our collective passion for music education. It runs every year from November to early December.
  4. Gakinos says:
    Shipyard photographer Tai Sing Loo photographed USS Missouri returning to a peaceful Pearl Harbor at war’s end. Tai Sing Loo’s photography career began at Gurrey’s Art Shop on Fort Street in In he began work for the U.S. Navy, eventually becoming the official photographer for the shipyard. And, on December 7, , he was there.
  5. Tojalkis says:
    Shew Sing Loo December 16, – May 23, Shew Sing Loo was born on December 16, and passed away on May 23, You may leave a message for the family by clicking here. Send Flowers GRAVE LOCATION Share Obituary × share to facebook.
  6. Maunris says:
    Ronald Anthong Sing Fat Loo was born on Wednesday, February 16, and passed away on Sunday, March 01, Ronald Anthong Sing Fat Loo was a .
  7. Malataur says:
    Tai Sing Loo was born in Honolulu. His career in photography began when he went to work for the Gurrey Art Shop in Honolulu in From there, he took a job with the U.S. Navy in , eventually becoming the official photographer for the Pearl Harbor Naval Base.
  8. Shakakree says:
    "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby)" is a classic Irish-American song that was originally written in by composer James Royce Shannon (–) for the Tin Pan Alley musical Shameen Dhu. The original recording of the song, by Chauncey Olcott, peaked at #1 on the music charts.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *