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My Last Song Syndrome: Alice Cooper's I Never Cry

Video courtesy of Youtube.com


**I just have to share this one. This has been boiling inside me for weeks now!** 


Filipinos are music lovers. I am one even if 95% of the time, I won't be able to hit the right note, I still sing my heart and my soul out. LOL. =D


Anyhow, is it just me or has it ever happened to you that your LSS lasted for more than three weeks?? Coz I've been hearing Alice Cooper's voice singing 'I Never Cry' for like a gazillion times now. ♪ ♫ ♪ I even started following @RealAliceCooper on Twitter! 


If anyone of you has seen the local Philippine TV show 'Your Face Sounds Familiar', you prolly have seen Jay-R performing as The Godfather of Shock Rock and I honestly believe that he nailed it! The Shock Rock God himself even tweeted his performance (check out his tweet!) and that prompted this three-week-old-last-song-syndrome actually.


Well, the video above is my favourite version of the said song. Enjoy ladies! (^-^)






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