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Song of the week: Mordechai Shapiro – One In a Million

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Yes, this song’s music video was released minutes ago, and here it is as song of the week. Yes, song of the week, as temporarily the song of the day has become song of the week. I shouldn’t be in a need to explain this, as the holidays are here again.
Oh, and no subtitles this time. If you really want subtitles, I can subtitle the music video after the holidays.
Have a lovely time, everyone!

Music Video

Lyrics

Walking down the streets, I look alive
No one knows what’s going on inside
So much I cannot do,
just wanna be more like you
Doesn’t even pay to try

I know 1 billion stars come out at night
Each one with their own purpose their own
light
Those stars are just like me,
each their own identity
It’s all in my state of mind

Because I’m one in a million.
In a million
I’m one in a million
In a million.
I know in my heart, no one can play my part
That makes everyone of us
One in a million.

I look into the mirror and I ask
“what do I gain when I compare and I contrast?”
Although, I’m not like you
There’s a job only I can do
There’s no one else on my path

I look into the distance and I smile
I know that no one else can walk my mile
In my world there’s only me
No one else I’d rather be
There’s nothing more that I need.

Because I’m one in a million.
In a million
I’m one in a million
In a million.
I know in my heart, no one can play my part
That makes everyone of us
One in a million.

Every time I think about all I want to be
I find it so impossible
Why can’t I just see that I have everything
I need to be the best that I can be?

Yes, I believe
I believe that I’m one in a million
In a million
I’m one in a million
In a million

I know in my heart, no one can play my part
That makes everyone of us
One in a million.

Because I’m one in a million.
In a million
I’m one in a million
In a million.
I know in my heart, no one can play my part
That makes everyone of us
One in a million.

One in a million
I’m one in a million
One in a million
I’m one in a million
One in a million.


Vadim Dovganyuk

Vadim Dovganyuk

Owner of this blog. Ukrainian Jew of Polish and Russian descent. Citizen of 8 countries, as well as the European Union. Of Crimean Karaite heritage. Generally impartial at politics. Political syncretist. Opinionated but willing to listen to anyone's opinion. Certified mastering of 51 languages. Works in service of Sony. Active in support of orphans, foundlings, and other children without parental care in Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Moldova, and Kazakhstan. Supporter of adoption and foster care. Mentor of 9 children. Previous foundling who now has been adopted. Diagnosed with health and mental health issues, but not disabled. Has a great love for anime, gaming, and TV series. Philanthropist. Social pedagogy graduate.

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