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8 thoughts on “ Mirror Of Love - Rita Farouz* - Breaking Those Walls (CD, Album)

  1. 'Cos through the mirror of love, mirror of love, I see your reflection in the mirror of love. And you're alright though you treat me bad. When I see you I'm looking through the mirror of love. Oh the mirror of love, sure look alright 'Cos when I see you I'm looking through the mirror of love. This song can be found on the following releases.
  2. Lyrics of SHARA BARKHOVOT by Rita: Ba-boker hashkem yashanta shaket ve-rakh, Hitkaseti ba-me'il lo rotza lehabit, Hish'arti hakol munakh, Ve-'et tzror.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Breaking Those Walls on Discogs. Label: Big Mouth - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Europop/5(17).
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  5. Whenever I listen to this CD it brings me back to the days when I used to have an EAST-WEST bookstore near my apartment. They used to play this CD in the background and I fell in love with it. I still listen to it to this day. Her music was my companion during times of hardship. You will love it. Doron Alon Author of "The Bible and the Law of 4/5(13).
  6. Song information for Mirror of Love - The Kinks on AllMusic. Song information for Mirror of Love - The Kinks on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases; Editors' Choice Album Rock (9) Hard Rock (9) Prog-Rock (9) Contemporary Pop/Rock (5) Add Styles. Song Moods. All Moods.
  7. Use the candle to burn the mirror, this agitates the negative energy inside. You only need to do this for a few seconds, or until there is a noticeable black mark on the mirror. Note that the longer you do this for, the more agitated the negative energy will become. After this, the final step is breaking the mirror.
  8. Clearly, this was a song with broad appeal -- and a special resonance for young people. So when Singh read the script for "Mirror Mirror" and decided that his film simply had to end with a musical number, it didn't take long to settle on one, he recalled: "Suddenly, I went, 'It's perfect; the movie ends with Snow White singing, 'I believe in love!'.

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