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what about CopyRight, and Royalties to the Registered Owner? for playing a song in it's entirety...

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17 minutes ago, Yinn said:

I not sure about that. Is on youtube, maybe get money that way.

 

officil video I put on the music thred have 240 million view. 

I think he not care to much. Happy the people like his song, more important than money.

 

Thai musician happy if people play there song, share. Everyone share. Everyone play song each other, for people to enjoy. Not same USA music is about money to much. 

 

 

Can you post the name of the video (in English) ?  Thanks.

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14 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

Can you post the name of the video (in English) ?  Thanks.

“Until we become dust”

 

 

 

Official MV... 240 million view.

 

 

 

version sound the best IMO

 

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Good song - lots of "easy words" but some tricky, idiomatic usage. If it was a few decades ago I would try to sing a song like this to help with my tones!

 

In my early days in Thailand I learnt quite a lot of songs even though I am a terrible singer. In my teaching I used them too.

 

A great way to learn, I commend you for posting such things. 

 

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What a miserable song. Not my cuppa tea. Sorry.

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1 hour ago, wgdanson said:

What a miserable song. Not my cuppa tea. Sorry.

Hmmm. 

Look like some people can enjoy..

 

 

 

Nearly 300 million view....

 

 

 

we have short life. Then die and be dust. Good to enjoy life now.

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7 minutes ago, Yinn said:

Hmmm. 

Look like some people can enjoy..

 

 

 

Nearly 300 million view....

 

 

 

we have short life. Then die and be dust. Good to enjoy life now.

I thought Thais (Buddhists) believed in re-incarnation, not just go to dust.

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5 minutes ago, Yinn said:

YInn know in less than 60 years I will be dust. Sure.

in 200 years nobody remember I live on earth. 

Gone. Forgotten 100%. 

 

Re incarnation Yinn, Yinn will not come back same Yinn. 

Yinn will be dust. 

 

Caucasions (Christians) go to heaven or hell.

Which one you will go wgdanson? When you think will go?

I really will go to dust, and that will be that. No heaven, hell or re-incarnation. The End.

 

Why are you mixing up Christians, which is a religion, and Caucasians which is a species of homo sapiens.

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On 11/16/2019 at 2:43 PM, wgdanson said:

I thought Thais (Buddhists) believed in re-incarnation, not just go to dust.

Really, in all those years, I have never heard a Thai saying they come back, re-incarnate, in whatever kind of form, after they pass away.

Whether Buddhists or not. Re-incarnation is not really a Thai thing I hear around me whatsoever. Do you?

 

First you are replying very negatively to someone just posting a song, and then throwing in religion, and question something which is not even a topic in Thailand. 

 

For the remaining, you have a great morning Mr. wgdanson? Are you happy 😉

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, RedPill said:

She didn't mix up anything, she just posted a video ...

 

...jeez ... you are really twisting things around on purpose!

 

From Yinn.....Caucasions (Christians) go to heaven or hell.

There are many Caucasian Muslims, and many many more Christians who are not Caucasian.

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