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soul

The ethereal and immortal essence of a person or living organism.
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Dreamy and romantic, Duffy soulfully coos sweet somethings over a sparse acoustic guitar strum.
Surprisingly, of all of the compositions on this CD I most enjoyed One of the Missing (for those lott in Iraq), soulfully performed by John Mueller on euphonium.
Take, for example, the song 'O mere lal aaja', a lovely Naushad composition, sung soulfully by Lata Mangeshkar and filmed on Nargis showed the sheer helplessness of a woman in that highly electrifying sequence in Mother India.
ItAAEs really hard not to oblige if you have a Katrina Kaif, Arjun Rampal or Ranbir Kapoor gazing at you soulfully and egging you on.
Plan B has always been singing soulfully, even though his first album was ravey and aggressive, you could see there were little shades of Motown, whereas on my first album there weren't any hints that I was going to move into electro or dance.
'I've got a girl', has a very catchy beat which blends the northern twang through the guitar and soulfully creates a southern Creole touch that brings out every instrument that is being played in this song.
USHERED IN With his soulfully sweet covers of their songs, Justin wowed Usher and Justin Timberlake, both of whom wanted to sign him to their record labels.
Even the elevator rides with an eccentric centuriat operator have their soulfully funny moments.
My guess is that despite the homoerotic embellishment, he'd have found, like me, that the real heat was right where it belonged: between his melodiously murderous heroine and her soulfully songful son.--Patrick Dillon
In addition to serving up luscious portions of luminous chamber pop, Sexsmith takes a country detour for the jaunty "Poor Helpless Dreams" and wails soulfully on "Brandy Alexander," cowritten with Feist.
They don't look soulfully into one another's eyes telegraphing love.
A second look at this classic pose of the female figure with a baby on her lap reveals her not looking soulfully into the camera, but rather with her gaze fixed firmly down the sights of a gun.