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Pops 3: Thank You by Dido

17.01.2013 - 15:25

Pops 3: Thank You by Dido -- the tasselflower blog

Living in a country where there are really four seasons can be quite fun. Of course everyone complains when it's too cold, too windy, too snowy, too rainy, too much falling leaves or too hot. And because the summer is short, at some point of the long cold winter one just starts to miss it.

Around this time of year, when it's still winter and there's lots of snow, the sun tends to make an appearance. It's quite a cold day, but the sun shines so brightly the birds wake up and start their springtime singing sessions.

The birds do sing during the winter too, though less. They don't enjoy the dark that much. But they sing in a whole different way when the sun comes by. An ode for the sun, as they were thanking it for the warmth and light.

Thank You (2000) by Dido.

All the Pops are added to the Pops -- the tasselflower blog. Please note, the Spotify browser player seems to be a bit broken and may show wrong music on the list. Hope they'll fix this soon.

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I'm Mervi Emilia Eskelinen, a petite artist and web crafter from Finland, who helps indie businesses, freelancers and bloggers to stand out and shine online. I have 18 years of experience and a formal education in everything about web design and development, branding and online marketing.

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