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sing

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say softly

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Qurram has crooned it in a Qawwali Style which gives it a little mystic touch as well.
The intro song of the film has been crooned by Anirudh and Aadhi, the website reported.
Ranveer joined the musicians and crooned songs from the film.
Crooned by Nikhil DSouza and Monali Thakur, this upbeat and peppy song is entertaining and is a perfect dance number.
Radiohead drummer Phil Selway strums along to his own crooned vocal on Ties That Bind Us, while KT Tunstall and New Zealander Bic Runga duet on the rollicking Black Silk Ribbon.
In the December 2006 PLoS ONE, a new online journal, Clarke, Zuberbuhler, and a colleague outline basic rules for gibbon songs stimulated by a predator's presence versus those crooned with a mate.
A court heard Mike and Karen Rowley were kept awake until 2am as Janice Lee crooned with pals to power ballads such as Queen's We Are the Champions.
He crooned obscure torch songs and introduced each volunteer warmly.
Lea DeLaria scatted in On the Town, played a doomed motorcycle daddy in The Rocky Horror Show and crooned cool jazz on two well-regarded CDs.
NAMED after the timeless classic crooned in plaintive tones by country-music legend Glen Campbell.
Accompanying all this, Rist's sound-track crooned and pulsated, intermixing the music of folk band Gruss vom Walensee, Rist's son's baby-babble, and her own trademark screech.
Crooned Le Journal de Quebec." "Quebec charms gay tourists; ...
Tracks like New Cobweb Summer and The Daily Growl sauntered amiably, as lead singer and guitarist Kurt Wagner crooned along to the simple, piano-led sounds.
"I Did It My Way" is probably the all-time winner, crooned at many a funeral.
Between the covers of Plumpp's book, mother and maternal grandfather are crooned into-and-out of death.