That's one of my favorites, too, melpor. She was so incredibly talented - what a loss, and how sad for her. Have you seen the video of the Dubai fountains synchronized to that song? It's beautiful - just search YouTube & you should find it.
"Love Will Save The Day". I got a problem with how we regard Whitney Houston though...had MTV not come along and killed the singer/songwriter, we would not be regarding someone as a star just because of their voice. That's simply one of the many aspects necessary to be a singer/songwriter, without the songwriter part, you're no different then someone who just sings in the shower. Write the songs, or you're a hack. Plain and simple.
It didn't hit me right away, but hearing her song on the radio today, I did realize how much I'll miss her, her music,etc. She was a truly talented and blessed person. I don't know her personal life, I didn't follow it. I just heard her husband was mean and she did drugs, or that she didn't eat because she was stressed about family. So, I don't know how to feel, because if she did it to herself, it's different than if her substance abuse was mostly caused by family abuse/stress.
In any case, She was such a beautiful singer inside and out. Watching one of her videos "Greatest Love of All," recently, she sang it in such a meaningful way, I was just mesmerized.
She really had a way of putting emotion into her music and touching people's hearts. That's all I can say. I wish her well- eternal rest.
As for dying at age 48, many people die young, middle aged, old. I'm not sure how much the age is a factor exactly, I mean was she doing any recent recordings? I haven't heard of any, but, I think the main factor is that people will really miss her and her music and 48 is kinda young.
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