Friday, February 26, 2010

Ding, Dong!

For this evening’s “music night” at The Wild Reed I share the following video clip of Enrique Iglesias performing his song “Ring My Bells” at a concert in Belfast in 2007.

“Ring My Bells” is the opening track of Enrique’s 2007 album Insomniac, and would have to be one of the most sensual songs ever recorded. But don’t take my word for it, check it out for yourself . . .





Ring my bell, ring my bells Ring my bell, ring my bells
Sometimes you love it
Sometimes you don’t
Sometimes you need it
Then you don’t and you let go

Sometimes we rush it
Sometimes we fall
It doesn’t matter, baby
We can take it real slow

’Cause the way that we touch
Is something that we can’t deny
And the way that you move
Oh, you make me feel alive
So come on . . .

Ring my bell, ring my bells
Ring my bell, ring my bells

You try to hide it I know you do
When all you really want
Is me to come and get you
You move in closer I feel you breathe
It’s like the world just disappears
When you’re around me

’Cause the way that we touch
Is something that we can’t deny
Oh, yeah.
And the way that you move
Oh, you make me feel alive
So come on . . .

And ring my bell, ring my bells
Ring my bell, ring my bells

I say you want
I say you need
I can tell by your face
You love the way it turns me on

I say you want
I say you need
I will do what it takes
And I would never do you wrong

’Cause the way that we love
Is something that we can’t fight
Oh, no, I just can’t get enough
Oh, you make me feel alive
So come on . . .

Ring my bell, ring my bells
Ring my bell, ring my bells




See also the previous Wild Reed post:
Enrique Iglesias

Recommended Off-site Link:
Enrigue Iglesias’ Official Website


Musical artists previously featured at The Wild Reed: Marty Rhone, Don Henley, Propeller Heads and Shirley Bassey, Stephen Gately, Nat King Cole, Enrique Iglesias, Helen Reddy, Australian Crawl, PJ and Duncan, Cass Elliot, The Church, Pet Shop Boys and Dusty Springfield, Wall of Voodoo, Stephen “Tin Tin” Duffy, Pink Floyd, Kate Ceberano, Judith Durham, Wendy Matthews, Buffy Sainte-Marie, 1927, Mavis Staples, Maxwell, Joan Baez, Dave Stewart & Friends, Tee Set, Darren Hayes, Suede, Wet, Wet, Wet, Engelbert Humperdinck, The Cruel Sea, Shirley Bassey, Loretta Lynn & Jack White, Maria Callas, Foo Fighters, Rosanne Cash, Jenny Morris, Scissor Sisters, Kate Bush, Rufus Wainwright, and Dusty Springfield.

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