If an award and recognition will be handed out for the un-sexiest blog on the planet, it is very likely that this blog would be up on the podium. My writings are so genial and pleasant I and a lot of people find it so un-sexy!
I wanna be sexy for once so let me just sprinkle this blog with a dash of sexiness. Here are two songs I find to be the sexiest songs ever sang and written.
During your active breathing adult life, what are the common adjectives that you would get from strangers or people you know? Which among the complimenting and unflattering words on the English dictionary do you receive or are usually associated with?
Like everyone else, I’ve heard and received countless adjectives both appealing and unbecoming. But there is one elusive English word that I have yet to hear that would describe or associate me with.
The word is Sexy.
People say that being sexy requires nothing. It is a natural element that effortlessly flows out of a person’s aura. I have been called evocative, indelicate, spicy and suggestive but never sexy. I have been described as racy, shocking and delicious but never sexy. I have been considered tempting, yummy and palatable yet never sexy.
too pleasant, too neat, so unsexy!
Now, to those who bumped unto this post and reached this point of the article, you can either call me one at the comments section below or tell me where is the nearest store where I can buy a bottle of this elusive impression called “sexy”!
Please excuse this unsexy narcissistic episode! Hahaha!
There will come a point in our lives that we would fall in love with a song in which the lyrics are written in a foreign language not familiar to us. I have been feeling this for the past weeks. I have fallen in love not with one but with three songs. And what is so consistent with these songs is that these are all sang in Portuguese language.
There must be something special in the Portuguese language when sung. I don’t understand a single word of Portuguese but the emotion and sentiment of this language evokes something special. It’s romantic, it’s amorous, it’s passionate!
The expressive phonology, the sensual structure of words, the voluptuous syntaxes and the almost nostalgic vowels accentuates the feelings of passion and romance. Apaixono, cafune and saudade are examples of quixotic-ly structured kind of Portuguese words! People say that the unrestrictive airflow of spoken Portuguese words makes it ideal for singing songs of love and longing. Maybe these are the reasons why I easily fell in love with the following songs…
My nephew Luis was dancing to this tune the first time he heard it. Efemera by Tulipa
I first heard this song in a superb Brazilian movie. Vagalumes Cegos by Cicero
The 2017 Eurovision winner from Portugal. Amar Pelos Dois by Salvador Sobral
These are the only foreign language songs in my Spotify playlist. Some say its French, others say its Spanish, but for me Portuguese is the sexiest and most romantic language on the planet. Obrigado!
Bakit kasi walang letrang X sa wikang Pinoy? Ayan tuloy di tayo kaseksihan.