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Hello from Lionel Richie

(Photo courtesy:Todd Laffler; Well, only a handful of English songs I like (Sorry, Bryan Adams, just melodies!). Only half of them (just five), I would love to have it in my walkman. This "Hello, is it me you're looking for?" by Lionel Richie is one of them. Well, I searched for it for the last week, only trying to collect "Hello song" from my memory, in vain. Finally, I found it at eSnips. Listen to it here . I've been alone with you inside my mind And, in my dreams, I've kissed your lips a thousand times I sometimes see you pass outside my door Hello, is it me you're looking for? I can see it in your eyes, I can see it in your smile You're all I've ever wanted, and my arms are open wide Cause you know just what to say and you know just what to do And I want to tell you so much I love you. I long to see the sunlight in your hair And tell you time and time again how much I care Sometimes I feel my heart will overflow

discover AustraliA ver2.0

dis cover A us traliA ver 2.0 One year is over. It is hard to believe that it has been a year before I landed in Australia. The last 12 months have been so much eventful. I have not changed much; my English accent has not changed at all. I have not gained or lost weight (I checked). I still find it difficult to follow Australian's slang. I have no idea what's going on channel 7, 9 or 10. I have not made plenty of Australian friends as I imagined. I am familiar with just one Aussie family. May be I would've made 30 or 40 Indian friends. I have not travelled major parts of Australia (or even South Australia). Just I had been to Melbourne once for a conference. And when I think that one year has flown in my 2-year research programme, I am really scared. Hardly any months left to wrap up my things here. Wait, I am not going to complain all my things to frustrate you. Some things have been changed for better or worse. I read somewhere that you are sam