The following quotes were all written by the lovely and talented Amy Gurney.
“Don’t you think you should be a little more like my father? Don’t you think your father is a bit too proud, or maybe a little too soft? And I don’t think your father wants a life where he has to be a mother.
I know, I know, he’s got a great line on that one.
Amy has the perfect voice for this one. She was born in the U.S., but her family moved to Ireland when she was a baby. She grew up there, and her voice is pure Irish. I’m hoping for a bit of the Gologna-y Irish accent.
Speaking of British accents, I’m thinking of the voice of this guy. He’s from England, but is fluent in both English and Irish, and has a great British accent. I love the song “I’m Not a Saint, But…
Also, I think his voice is a bit more bro-mancey in the song. It’s something I just can’t seem to get right, and I’ve been told by some other women that it sounds like he’s got a bit of a stoner voice.
For me, the voice of a baby is probably the most adorable thing in the world. I’ve never heard a baby, let alone a baby’s voice, sound like that. And I like the song.
This is because the song’s lyrics, while being very cute, are also very serious. The last line in the song is, “You are such a baby.” And in reality, everyone is a baby to a greater or lesser degree. When we are a baby, we are like a little baby in a big room, waiting for our parents to come and play with us.
This is very true. All babies are very sensitive and have all kinds of little quirks and oddities that make them feel really strange. This is especially true of the little people like us. So they can be very annoying and unpredictable when they are babies. It’s important to realize that the last line in the song is an honest statement. The baby in the song was not made in a lab or a sound studio. The baby in the song is an actual baby in real life.