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Dreamy Cover Of Time After Time!

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So pretty! So simply beautiful! He did Cyndi Lauper - and Eva Cassidy - proud!

Check out this cover of the classic tune, Time After Time, by Remitocoko. (above)

We looooove his accent! We could listen to him sing all night, all day, all of forever if he wanted!

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12 comments to “Dreamy Cover Of Time After Time!”

  1. 1

    That sucked. Probably the worst version I ever heard. He sounds like he should be in special ed!

  2. auds says – reply to this


    He's cute but his voice sounds like a special ed girl's voice. No thanks.

  3. 3

    His accent is actually a little annoying. I'd pass.

  4. 4

    what?! are you kidding me??? that was horrible! i can softly whisper-talk behind a melody too. lame!

  5. 5

    he sounds a little like Paolo Nutini i like it … all you haters are just jealous!

  6. 6

    um, ya, no fucktard!! you just want to ride his dick!!

  7. 7

    Yeah… NO!

  8. 8

    Is this a joke or are you sleeping or hoping to sleep with this guy? He sucks!! That's not an accent, it's a speech impediment.

  9. 9

    Y'all are brutal. I think he has a wonderful tone to his voice. Keep working on his English when he sings and he could be great.

  10. 10

    Pretty good for a retarded kid.

  11. 11

    I don't know… he seems to have a certain "flair" about his singing but I'm not convinced if he's rally a skilled singer to husky for my taste … BUT I do understand that you get all crazy abozt his bedroom-ish voice ;) … (tooo timid for my taste ;) )

  12. 12

    Re: The Audge – I agree that he sucked at singing, but comparing him to an individual in "special ed" is just ridiculous. Have you ever met the people receiving special education services? They are just like you and me. Yes, some have severe disabilities, but some have very mild disabilities that you wouldn't even notice on the surface. That "special ed" kid could someday be your kid or your grandkid, and you will understand why using such language is hurtful. Please think about the negative message you are sending when you make comments like this in the future.