Posted: November 22nd, 2011 | Author: Online Pianist | Filed under: how to play piano, Online Piano Lessons, Piano Music, Piano songs, Piano Tutorial | No Comments »
Objects are our best friends, seriously! We do everything with them, sleeping, eating, driving, killing, playing and some cultures even pray to them (who said Idolatry???). Everyone has an object that accompanies him / her from a very young age, and although we never really use them, they will probably stay with us until the last day of our lives (some people even choose to get burry with them… Go figure…). It is not a surprise that some of the most talented (and less talented…) artists in the world chose to dedicate whole songs to their favorite objects,in the following post we will present you some of the best free piano lessons for such songs. So, in an honor to our old time friends, and just because we couldn't find a better theme for this blog post, here are 10 Songs About Objects.
* Warning! It seems like many artist's favorite objects are related to fire, blasts and weapons…
10. Taio Cruz - "Dynamite"
"I am no man. I am Dynamite." ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
Taio Cruz burst into our lives in 2010 with this clubs mega-hit, however, like the Dynamite itself, nothing really remained from this successful single, we are still waiting Taio!
9. Dido - White Flag
Let's see you waving something else when a dynamite is thrown at you…
It is not something to brag about when a White Flag is your favorite object loser!!! But hey, some people don't even get to the point of waving it… Ouuuuuuuuuch!
8. Demi Lovato - "Skyscraper"
Some people like big objects, got any problem with that???
Some people argue that the only things that the US has given to the world are Skyscrapers, Jazz & Cocktails… Would someone tell them already that Cosmopolitan does not qualify as a cocktail???
7. Kaiser Cheifs - "Ruby"
Ruby's are a girl's best friend…
Experts from the Jewelry industry claim that due to its deep red color, the Ruby, much more than any other stone, reflects the passion for love. Well boys, love is an expensive thing you know….
6. Katy Perry - "Firework"
What ever happen to Barbie dolls woman?
The world record for a single rocket set (shooting all the rockets at once) stands on 39,210! It took place in a Jersey parade on 1997, when Katy Perry was 13.
5. Rihanna - "Umbrella"
Ella ella, eh eh eh, eh eh eh…
Finally, a pragmatic choice. They say that the first purchase made by the Barbarian R&B singer in America was the Umbrella. We wonder what would have happen if her first purchase was a sucker… (the lollipop!!!)
4. Adele - "Turning Tables"
Does it count as an object???
Turning Tables? Chasing Pavements? They say a person's objects can tell a lo t about his / her personality, but man! Are you a person or a cat for crying out loud?!?
3. Green Day - "Cigarettes and Valentines"
Cigarette are bad for you fool!
Anyone remembers his first forbidden Cigarette, but lets see you try and remember your first valentine…. Don't feel bad, that's what Cigarettes do to your brain…
2. Bruno Mars - "Grenade"
There is no other way to get rid of screaming 12 year old girls… ;)
Grenade rule #1: When the pin is pulled, Mr. Grenade is not our friend anymore…
Grenade rule #2: I'd catch a grenade for ya. Sure. But I'm tossin that bitch.
1. Lil Wayne ft. Bruno Mars - "Mirror"
Mirror mirror on the wall who's the fairest of them all?
The mirror is by far the most favorite object by the people of the Western civilizations (do they have mirrors in Africa???). As a matter of fact, studies indicate that the average women spends 120 hours a year in front of a mirror, that is five days. Guys on the other hand spend the same amount of time looking at other women… @#%^!
That is all for this week guys, we hope you don't take us too seriously… We are here just to entertain you and serve as your small refuge from school,
work and other day to day stuff. Don't forget to visit the other great sections of the site, namely the Piano Sheets section and the animated Piano Chord Chart.
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You name it, we play it!
- The OnlinePianist Team