Oct 28, 2011 Atlantic Records
A repost. And yes, this was the popular open happiness vid from before. I’m glad I got it back up again! Coca-Cola hopes to tap into this power, in an uplifting manner, with the release of Open Happiness, a song that supports a marketing campaign by the same name. The song features Cee-Lo Green from Gnarls Barkley, Brendon Urie from Panic at the Disco, Patrick Stump from Fall Out Boy, Janelle Monae and Travis McCoy from Gym Class Heroes. Pairing hot artists with a brand is nothing new, but Coke is taking an ambitious approach to this song. Working with Warner Music Groups Atlantic Records, Coke has produced a song to stand on its own. Open Happiness, which never mentions Coke in the lyrics, is being sold on iTunes and a music video will premiere in May. LYRICS: ahhh..ohhh Well hello is this thing on Is anybody listening A brand new day has begun The first thing that I want do Make sure that you feel it too So I?m not the only one C’mon lift me up (it’s a brand new day) Open up a lil happiness today So I can be someone new C’mon and lift me up (to a better way) Open up a smile on another face So I can (feel something new) Open up some happiness Open up some happiness Open up some happiness Oh, excuse me *Ahem* *Ahem* let me clear my throat So you can hear clearly every word spoke Today I woke feeling lovely Happiness overflowin’ knowin’ somebody loves me Just think yesterday I was down and out Now there’s not a single thing for me to frown about And the same thing …
Apr 17, 2011 Atlantic Records
Baseball. Knights Open Series at East Carolina Friday at 6 p.m.
UCF will attempt to win its third-straight Conference USA road series when it travels to East Carolina this weekend. Game one against the Pirates will get underway Friday at 6 p.m.
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Mar 31, 2009 Columbia Records
Bill to open EMS records runs into fierce opposition from trade group
A bill in the legislature that would open public access to EMS records is being threatened by a stat
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Feb 17, 2009 Columbia Records
Bill would open S.C. EMS records
A bill to shed light on how emergency response teams do their jobs got a boost Thursday in the S.C. Legislature – despite a continuing disagreement over public access to emergency services records.
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