Pepe Kalle Love Number Two

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Your Favorite Pepe Kalle Song

You absolutely love the tunes of the great Pepe Kalle. Even though he passed away in 1998 from a heart attack, you are still listening to his music until this very day. Sometimes, when you hear your favorite song, you feel entirely inspired by it. However, how can you go even further with those feelings of inspiration?

Play the Song
If you're going to play his songs out in the public arena, you need to check with copyright laws. However, you could sit around a campfire with friends or liven up a backyard barbecue by strumming away at the notes of "La Rumba" or "Roger Milla." Some people might not know who Kalle is; therefore, consider starting your song with a brief background on the life of this legend.

Find the Song
Of course, if you cannot even track down the songs anymore, it's unlikely that you'll be able to play it. Fortunately, Amazon has an answer for you. Head on over there, and you can download MP3 versions of a number of Kalle hits including "Nina" and "Gerant." Not only will you find individual songs for download on the website, but you can also purchase entire albums. Whether it's Larger Than Life or Merci Maman, it won't be long until you are listening to all of your favorite music on repeat.

Be Creative
One of the best ways to let Kalle live on in your life is to allow the music to inspire you. When you are going out for a jog, play that favorite song of yours on your MP3 player. If you have a difficult homework assignment to tackle or you're trying to finally start writing that novel, play the song in the background. The words might inspire you; however, you may also simply be motivated by the fact that another artist has made it. Even when you're feeling down in the dumps, a simple reminder that there is success out there is enough to make you carry on.

Lyrics Languages
When you have a favorite song, sometimes it doesn't matter what language the words are sung in. You're completely able to feel the vibe of the song and understand the mood even without fully comprehending the language. However, why not try to find a couple of translations of his songs? See how they read in a variety of different languages. What moods are inspired when you read them in that matter? It's true that you might feel the exact same way. Researching lyrics in this way is really a project about your emotions and your connections to music. You'll likely find out just how emotional music really is through your favorite Pepe Kalle song.

Pepe Kalle has passed on, but his music is still very much alive in this world. When you have a favorite song of his, don't just let it pass you by. Allow the tunes to inspire you and to help you get through your day to day life and struggles.

Author Pam Johnson enjoys listening to Pepe Kalle and blogging. She is a contributing writer creditreport.org.

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