Whitney Houston A Tribute–Didn’t She Almost Have It All

RIP Whitney-Houston
Whitney Elizabeth Houston
August 9, 1963 – February 11, 2012

Ever watch a singing contest that a Whitney Houston song is not belted out by contestants? Or joined a karaoke and no one sings Whitney Houston songs? I bet it didn’t ever happen for anytime where singing is the subject particularly on quality singing, there should be a Whitney Houston song.

Songs such as “The Greatest Love of All” and “I Will Always Love You” are recorded by several artists before she came into the music scene but Whitney’s rendition made these two songs immortal.  It is just too sad that the news on her demise came at the time when the subject of her songs is being celebrated by lovers and non-lovers all over the world.

As the world celebrates Valentine’s Day, I am remembering this great singer through the most beautiful but (now) saddest lyrics from her greatest hits.

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Didn’t We Almost Have It All
Didn't we almost have it all
When love was all we had worth giving?
The ride with you was worth the fall my friend
Loving you makes life worth living

WhitneyHoustonWhere Do Broken Hearts Go
Where do broken hearts go
Can they find their way home
Back to the open arms
Of a love that’s waiting there
And if somebody loves you
Won’t they always love you
I look in your eyes, And I know that you still care, for me

images2I Wanna Run to You
Each day, each day I play the role
Of someone always in control
But at night I come home and turn the key
There’s nobody there, no one cares for me
What’s the sense of trying hard to find your dreams.
Without someone to share it with
Tell me what does it mean?


The Greatest Love of All

Everybody's searching for a hero
People need someone to look up to
I never found anyone
Who fulfilled my needs
A lonely place to be
And so I learned to depend on me

The stories accompanying the news of her death is not all ideal for someone who has been regarded with much respect in the music industry with her musicality and voice quality.  But none of these tampered the truth that Whitney Houston is one of the greatest singer that ever lived.

Rest in Peace Whitney Houston… Thank you for all the great music that can only be immortalized by your golden voice.  You almost have it all.
Acknowledgment to YouTube for this video


(Whitney Houston images from Google)

2 comments:

  1. hapi valentines sayo friend ehehe

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  2. oist thanks! how was your valentine kaibigan?

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