great....shou 3am techrabeh??? i need some..quickly..
hahaha.. 3am bisma3 fayza a7mad, asmahan we farid el atrash today.. my mom raised me to songs from old egyptian movies... shadia we abdel halim duo 7aga ghariba and mohammad fawzi and laila mrad, ya sha77adeen el gharam.. as a kid i lived in those movies :) and of course saba7 and the rahebne is a different feeling, like _z described it once, a different world that we feel nostalgic to even when we haven't lived it.it's my way of still relating. it's comforting..oh yes also listening to haifa we hayde shou shakla?... dareen .. hehe
hahah, tab mazelik hek, check this:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-RlktK9ZGM
quite the work out there :)she was also bringing da house down with fitycent yawl
dat girl is off the hizzle!
off the hizzle for shizzle, or gold for that matter ;) no i think she's great
good to see u two having fun...well i'm furiously angry...
gitanes! why are you angry?baddik nbouss el wawa?no seriously, what's up? (if it's anything you can share on mirvat's blog)
leish ya hayete shou fee? mni2ra el akhbar walla baleha?
baleha.. bala akhbar bala batata.._z..shou badda sou2al???
hahahahha: loved the conversation here!.... and thank you mirvat for the links!!! refreshing!
I love that feeling of joy in both songs...Haifa is sooo cute :) That what I would love to always to always happen in Lebanon, songs of love and joy and happiness....
Shou hal Rami ya mamy! :) He's definitely a fantastic replacement to Melhem Barakat (a.k.a Haw Haw hal iyyem). The conversation here is hilarious, and the Hayfa and Shaggy clip is interesting, thanks _Z. First time I see what Shaggy looks like. I always thought he was a humongous creature ma3 hal sawt LOL Nshalla ykoun akhada ma3o 3a Jamaica LOL
coco shifte shou mahdoum?
:)Thank you Mirvat!
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