Wednesday, April 15, 2009

She Dreamed A Dream...

I've already posted today, but I had to share this. I'm not sure how many of you have already heard of Susan Boyle. But I found this great clip of her performance on Britains Got Talent and just had to share. Seriously, just take a moment and check it out. you won't be sorry.

I have always LOVED this song, and now I love it even more. I even think I like Simon a little more now, too.

9 comments:

Ange said...

I saw that! Awesome! Brought tears to my eyes (although that doesn't take much)

Loralee and the gang... said...

That Simon, what a little devil he is to not give us a clue before Susan began singing...and what a lesson to be learned about human nature, as well.
I looked at some more of your posts, and I absolutely LOVE your blog. (But I knew that without a doubt the minute I saw it). You are going directly onto my blog sidebar where I will 'follow' you!
:~D

parrish fam said...

I watched it and I cried like a baby. (Maybe it's the baby) I love that song and I think she gave it a whole new meaning.

Cherie said...

Isn't that just the best! It is a great lesson in not judging a "book by it's cover"! Thanks for shaing.

Sherri said...

you would have thought they learned their lesson with last years winner being such a surprise talent as well. Susan is incredible!

Ruth Ann said...

Thank you for sharing! My husband was talking about the video and I never saw it until now! It was awesome! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!
-Ruth Ann

Eloise said...

I loved that!! It made me cry. Both the song and her voice are beautiful.

At Home In Georgia said...

Your blog was the first place I saw this lady and now she is everywhere. She is on Larry King tonight!

All this sure does make one think. I could listen to her over and over.

Jenni @ nest to keep said...

I saw this last week, and it made me feel so happy for her! I was really really bothered, though, by the way the audience and the judges were treating her before she sang. It made me really stop and think about how we focus so much on how people look and base their worth on that...I don't want to be like that! I was SO proud of Susan~ she was confident and acted as if they were not even treating her unkindly. Good for her! And she really does have the voice of an angel! :)