the ball drop 2007-2008 Happy New Year America needs to return

 

Happy New Year America was the best New Year show that ever existed. The show should return to CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) where it belongs and go back to covering Times Square on New Years Eve. See, without Happy New Year America, new years’ television coverage may suffer someday. Please bring it back!

 

Happy New Year America had different hosts and different music guests (and was better than) New Years Rockin Eve in extensive ways.

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Update of Classic Melodies

The classic single Dreamin is an incredibly beautiful melody from way back! People who may cover the song best are Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Natasha Bedingfield, Selena Gomez, Pink, Amanda “Mandy” Moore, Avril Lavigne and Demi Lovato. The song Dreamin was first by Guinn and then redone by Vanessa Williams.

Here are the lyrics for the first version

I can tell you whatever

Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh

(saxophone honks)

For the life of me, I never thought that it could be, the way it stands right now

Emotions running high, every night I wish that I could tell you how I feel

Those words are here in my heart; oh, though there is just one missing part

How to put it together? And how to say it right? And let you know that every night

I’ll be dreamin’, dreamin’

Hopin’ baby you will be there

I’ll be dreamin’, dreamin’

Hopin’ baby you will be there

Let me take time out to try and find out If this could be real

‘Cause reality scares me, I’ve been living a fantasy How should I feel?

Those words are here in my heart; oh, though there is just one missing part

How to put it together? And how to say it right? And let you know that every night

I’ll be dreamin’, dreamin’

Hopin’ baby you will be there

I’ll be dreamin’, dreamin’

Hopin’ baby you will be there

(Saxophone blowing)

Those words are here in my heart; though there is just one missing part

How to put it together? And how to say it right? And let you know that every night

I’ll be dreamin’, I’ll be dreamin’

(hopin baby)

I’ll be dreamin’, I’ll be dreamin

(hopin baby)

Dreamin’, dreamin’ Dreamin’, dreamin’

Hopin baby, hopin baby you will be there

Dreamin’, dreamin’ Dreamin’, dreamin’

Hopin baby, hopin baby you will be there

Im dreamin’ ’bout you every night

I keep on dreamin’ ’bout you every night

I wanna dream till I make you mine

Now I’m living in the middle of a dream A dream with a little bit of fantasy

Now I’m living in the middle of a dream (Hopin baby)

Now I’m living in the middle of a dream A dream with a little bit of fantasy

Here are lyrics to the second

Now I’m living in the middle of a dream A dream with a little bit of fantasy

la la la la (Dreamin’, dreamin)’

la la la la (Dreamin’, dreamin’)

la la la la

(saxophone honks)

For the life of me, I never thought that it could be, the way it stands right now

Emotions running high, every night I wish that I could tell you how I feel

Those words are here in my heart; oh, but there is just one missing part

How to put it together? And how to say it right? And let you know that every night

I’ll be dreamin’, dreamin’

Hopin’ baby you will be there

I’ll be dreamin’, dreamin’

Hopin’ baby you will be there

Let me take time out to try and find out If this could be real

‘Cause reality scares me, I’ve been living a fantasy How should I feel?

Those words are here in my heart; oh, but there is just one missing part

How to put it together? And how to say it right? And let you know that every night

I’ll be dreamin’, dreamin’

Hopin’ baby you will be there

I’ll be dreamin’, dreamin’

Hopin’ baby you will be there

Those words are here in my heart; but there is just one missing part

How to put it together? And how to say it right? And let you know that every night

I’ll be dreamin’, I’ll be dreamin’

(hopin baby)

I’ll be dreamin’, I’ll be dreamin

(hopin baby you will be there)

‘I keep on dreamin’ ’bout you every night

Ooh, I’m dreamin’ ’bout you every night

Make you all mine

Now I’m living in the middle of a dream A dream with a little bit of fantasy

(fantasy)

Now I’m living in the middle of a dream A dream with a little bit of fantasy

I wanna dream till I make you mine

Now I’m living in the middle of a dream A dream with a little bit of fantasy

Hopin’ baby, hopin’ baby you will be there

Now I’m living in the middle of a dream A dream with a little bit of fantasy

I wanna dream till I make you mine

(A dream with a little bit of fantasy)

Now I’m living in the middle of a dream A dream with a little bit of fantasy

I truly hope someone can do these updates: if the song does not have an update, it would rot into oblivion, which would not be good!

Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adults Summary

Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adults is dead serious: the condition is associated with the same problems as Type 2  and Type 1 Diabetes – stroke, heart troubles and foot problems. LADA is different from Type 1 Diabetes and much different from the Type 2. With LADA, many people are thin or average weight, although some individuals may be overweight or minimally obese. Contrary to the popular belief, some individuals having LADA do have family history of Type 2 Diabetes. Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adults is strongly associated with insulin resistance. The American Diabetes Association are not exactly helping – those people classify LADA as being a division of Type 1 Diabetes, which is wrong. Latent Autoimmune is an entirely separate disease from Type 1. The treatment of LADA begins with oral medications – Metformin, Glyburide, Januvia or Byetta. Also, for some overweight people, weight loss is optional – weight management is rather helpful. In other words – Latent Autoimmune Diabetes begins with treatment similar to that of Type 2 Diabetes; after three to twelve years, however, an individual with LADA will eventually need to use insulin. Actual Type 2 Diabetics only rarely use insulin. LADA is really not as well known as the more famous types for Diabetes, though Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adults usually affects  people between age 20 and 79 years past their birth. We need better information on Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adults than we have right now. Like all other Diabetes, individuals who have LADA should exercise, eat correct, watch their feet and never go barefoot. Also, please avoid wearing certain sandals, particularly flip flops, and most certainly avoid high heels – those kinds of shoes will not help your feet. You can, however, wear ballet flats, penny loafers, moccasin shoes, mules or espadrilles – you don’t have to always use tennis shoes. Always consult your doctor, though about what shoes you might be able to wear, and about exercise plans.