No Matter Where You Are; I Love You Too Much; The Apology Song; I Will Wait; Te Amo y Más; Creep; Si Puedes Perdonar; The Ecstasy of Gold. All items (17). The Apology Song Lyrics by Paul Williams Music by Gustavo Santaolalla Performed by La Santa Cecilia Courtesy of Universal Music Latino under license from. Diego Luna / Gustavo Santaolalla - The Apology Song Diego Luna - No Matter Where You Are Diego Luna / Gustavo Santaolalla - Te Amo y Más Diego Luna.
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The Book of Life Soundtrack, find all 36 songs from the The Book of Life () movie music Listen to and download the music, ost, score, list of songs and trailers. YouTube Listen to Song on YouTube - Can't Help Falling In Love with You spotify Listen to Song on Spotify - No Matter Where You Are. "The Book of Life" soundtrack features score music by Gustavo Santaolalla as tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with site Music Unlimited. .. along, especially to I love you too much and the end song I won't let you go. Live Life – Jesse & Joy 2. The Apology Song – La Santa Cecilia 3. No Matter Where You Are – Us The Duo 4. I Love You Too Much – Diego.
He looked around, nothing's familiar.
He wondered how he got to be there. He took a walk around the city And saw this brick house with a small door.
He walked into the room and saw a man in white Must be an angel so he said: "Mr. Angel I'm a stranger, don't know what's going on, The last thing I remember was I slept last night".
This is a border town that takes you where you get a crown. Must have heard of Heaven where you came from.
Only those whose name I find Written in this book of life, Will forever be in paradise. Is your name in this book of life?
Is your name in this book of life here? Gutierrez's movie The Book of Life but also sings a pair of memorable songs by a couple of greats in the music business: Oscar-winning composer Gustavo Santaolalla and songwriter Paul Williams.
Santaolalla and Williams were already starting to work on an upcoming musical version of Guillermo Del Toro's big-screen fantasy fairy tale Pan's Labyrinth — Del Toro is also an executive producer on Book of Life — when they collaborated on Manolo's songs. He croons the ballad I Love You Too Much to Maria to express his undying devotion to the girl caught between two friends, and The Apology Song is what Manolo plays in the Land of the Forgotten when he has to go face-to-face with the collective spirit of every bull to die in the ring.
He also connected with Manolo's journey: Like Manolo's family in the movie, his own family wasn't always happy with his desire to be a musician. But The Apology Song was an "amazing opportunity" for Williams — who recently co-wrote the self-help book Gratitude and Trust — because it reflected The Book of Life' s themes of redemption and finding oneself.
It's an amazing little story about our little hero who refuses to kill," he says.
Gutierrez recalls hearing it for the first time at just the right moment, driving home from work after a rough day working on the film. We were so, so moved by it. And then our 5-year-old saw us crying and he started crying.
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Trailer songs full tracks: The Book of Life Soundtrack Score release date: October 21, The Book of Life Movie release date: October 17, This is the story of a brother Who slept and woke up in Foreverland. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Is your name in that book of life? Thank you! They share a slightly awkward quality, but what they do transmit is a sense of intense effort, like being with someone who is listening very hard.
But at one point I had two very different versions; one acoustic with orchestral arrangement, whilst the other had distorted guitars with electronic bass that perfectly suited the collaborative nature of the label residency when Robert invited me to participate. Manolo is Alive