Another theme song from yet another favorite Cartoon Network show from the 2010s? Oh yes, and this is one that I thoroughly enjoy. Happy listening, folks.
I now travel to the Land of Ooo where I attempt a theme tune from one of my favorite Cartoon Network shows of the 2010s. Happy listening.
I now attempt another anime ending song from, once again, Inuyasha. This time, it is Dearest by Ayumi Hamasaki. Happy listening, folks.
All right, ladies and gentlemen. Here is my first attempt at singing an anime song. Without further ado, this is my rendition of Inuyasha’s second ending song Fukai Mori originally sung by Do As Infinity. Yes, I am singing this in a much higher key, but I thought it would be more suitable for my voice. Enjoy it. By the way, if you are wondering why I was not always looking at the camera, it is mainly because I was trying to follow the lyrics on Anime Lyrics, while also singing the truncated version for television.
I present to you all my rendition of one of my favorite Richard Strauss Lieder of all time Zueignung. Sit back, relax, and happy listening.
And now we find ourselves with yet another Michigan J. Frog classic song. That’s right. The Michigan Rag which was originally composed for the classic “One Froggy Evening”. Happy listening, folks.
Growing up with Looney Tunes’ Michigan J. Frog has made this classic song stuck in my head ever since I was a five-year-old boy. Now, as an adult, I give this song a good shot for your listening pleasure.
Time to get the nostalgia goggles on with another classic song from good, old New Zealand composed by Princess Te Rangi Pai. Happy listening, Happy Early Mothers’ Day, and stay safe, everybody.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you my rendition of a classic Lied by Franz Schubert. I know I copped out by not singing the Low D in the final syllable of “schlafen”, but I hope I could still keep you entertained nevertheless. Happy listening and stay safe, everybody.
I present to you all my personal favorite Zorak song from The Brak Show’s “Psychoklahoma”. This one was quite challenging with the amount of times I had to rehearse it and get through some tough passages, but the journey was quite fun to sink my teeth into. Happy listening and stay safe, everybody.