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“I never felt like this before
try to hold it back and I feel it even more
sweat drips down my spine and my knees are weak
I can not move, I can not speak

But then you came and I held it together again
I managed to stumble through
fifty thousand voices singing in the rain
there’s nothing that I wouldn’t do

Cause I’d move mountains if you asked me to
I’d swim the seven seas
I’ll be the one to hold your torch again
I’ll do anything you ask of me

Cause I’d move mountains if you asked me to
I’d swim the seven seas
I’ll be the one to hold your torch again
I’ll do anything you ask of me

I never knew how proud I would feel
just standing in the rain.
these three words mean everything to me
and I’d sing it again and again.

Cause I’d move mountains if you asked me to
I’d swim the seven seas
I’ll be the one to hold your torch again
I’ll do anything you ask of me

Cause I’d move mountains if you asked me to
I’d swim the seven seas
I’ll be the one to hold your torch again
I’ll do anything you ask of me

Well the blue and the white of the flag shines bright
and it’s blowing there for me.
with my hand on my heart, the honest truth
there’s nowhere I’d rather be.

Cause I’d move mountains if you asked me to
I’d swim the seven seas
I’ll be the one to hold your torch again
I’ll do anything you ask of me

Cause I’d move mountains if you asked me to
I’d swim the seven seas
I’ll be the one to hold your torch again
I’ll do anything you ask of me”.

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Amy Macdonald, Pride – 3:22
(Amy Macdonald)
Album: Life in a Beautiful Light (2012)
Singolo: “Pride” (2012)

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Citazioni.

Pride is a single release by Scottish recording artist Amy Macdonald, it was released as the second single from her third studio album, Life in a Beautiful Light. It was released on 13 August 2012 and was written by Amy Macdonald and produced by Pete Wilkinson. The song has charted in Belgium and the United Kingdom at 89 and 187 respectively. In an interview with BBC Breakfast on 11 June 2012 she said that the song was inspired from when she sings the national anthem of Scotland at Hampden Park, she also said she is lucky that she gets asked to perform before all of Scotland’s international matches. Macdonald says it is an honor and it is something that she always gets nervous about, but it is such a buzz afterwards that she loves to do it.
On 7 July 2012 she performed the song at T in the Park in the King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent. On 7 August 2012 she performed the song on daily entertainment show Beat TV on ITV2 which is also shown in 30 other countries including South Africa, United States and Italy. On 14 August 2012 she performed the song on The Rob Brydon Show. On December 21, 2012 she performed the song on The Graham Norton Show. On 10 September 2012 she performed a modified version of the song at ‘Our Greatest Team Parade’ held in London to celebrate the success of British athletes at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
On 11 July 2012 Macdonald announced that she would be filming the video saying “Filming the video for Pride 2moro in Glasgow. Praying for a bit of respite from this beautiful Scottish summertime!”. On 12 July 2012 she wrote “What a surprise! It’s not raining!! Got loads of extra people helping in the video today, my bits not till later! Can’t wait to see it :-)”. The music video was first released onto YouTube on 6 August 2012 at a total length of three minutes and twenty-four seconds. Shortly after the video was uploaded it had to be removed due to technical issues. A new music video was uploaded shortly afterwards. The video for “Pride” begins with Amy walking beside the River Clyde in Glasgow, it then shows Macdonald singing on a roof in Glasgow city centre. The video also shows a variety of people across Scotland including a footballer and a young boy walking into Hampden Park, two young girls in a Judo match, a farmer, a family, two sailors, a man who carried the Olympic torch, a local football team and a welder. The video also shows shots of Loch Lommond, Hampden Park and aerial shots of Glasgow”.

(Wikipedia, voce Pride (Amy Macdonald song))

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