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Oct 2, 2007, 10:25 AM
Begin with "I wish someone told me..."
Oct 6, 2007, 04:38 AM
I wish someone told me that I should quit singing the first minute I squealed out the highest note of my voice. I used to be very shy, and I hardly sing karaoke at home even I was egging on so many times by family members. Things had changed when I discovered Paltalk. I sang more often. I didn’t have to go to a karaoke bar to bell out the tune that I like, I didn’t have to see anyone while I sing, and I could also save myself the embarrassment. It was very nerve wrecking the first time that I sang on Paltalk, because I remember both of my hands were trembling and turning cold. I was out of breath and my heart was racing 100mph when I finished singing. From then on, I got a lot of encouragements for singing online. The most used phrase that people said was “Hát hay không ba(`ng hay hát” (roughly translated as “Good singing is not as good as singing often”). Anyways, sometimes I pick out a very hard song to sing and I end up having to scream really loud to reach as high as the singer. Most recently, while I was squealing my heart out in a song, a Pal-friend had discreetly pulled me over and said he’d rather hear me talking than squealing. I think that was the nicest hint for me to stop singing, and that was the first that I ever got. I was quite embarrassed, since I had got used to believe in the encouragements over the years. From now on, personally for me, I am adding another phrase to learn by heart, “Hat’ hoai` va^~n kho^ng hay” (Often singing's still not good singing).
Be careful of what you wish for.
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