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Adrina Thorpe -- Midnight (with lyrics)

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Uploaded on Dec 8, 2010

This video features pictures of the midnight sun from Alaska, Finland and Norway set to the tune Midnight by Adrina Thorpe. The lyrics are also included in the video.

The song is being used with permission from Adrina. Thank you...

Singer/songwriter and pianist, Adrina Thorpe, is a refreshing sound in adult alternative pop. Her style reflects the softer side of music, but that doesn't mean it doesn't shake people up. Many who have purchased her album have reported musical addiction. Adrina has been writing songs almost as long as she can remember. Her first song was written on a rainy car ride home when she was almost seven. "I remember looking through the foggy streaked window at little bursts of light outside in the pitch black sky, hearing the sound of the car's engine, and coming up with a song that brought me to tears that night. It was a song about a friend of mine who left our school without ever telling me goodbye. I think from that day on, I've always held a special place in my heart for melancholy songs."

Source: www.etherealvoices.com/html/adrina_thorp­e.html

For more info about Adrina and her music:

www.adrinathorpe.com
www.myspace.com/adrinathorpe

The midnight sun is a natural phenomenon occurring in summer months at latitudes north and nearby to the south of the Arctic Circle, and south and nearby to the north of the Antarctic Circle where the sun remains visible at the local midnight. Given fair weather, the sun is visible for a continuous 24 hours, mostly north of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle. The number of days per year with potential midnight sun increases the farther poleward one goes.
There are no permanent human settlements south of the Antarctic Circle, so the countries and territories whose populations experience it are limited to the ones crossed by the Arctic Circle, e.g.. Canada (Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut), United States of America (Alaska), Denmark (Greenland), Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, and extremities of Iceland. A quarter of Finland's territory lies north of the Arctic Circle and at the country's northernmost point the sun does not set for 73 days during summer. In Svalbard, Norway, the northernmost inhabited region of Europe, there is no sunset from approximately 19 April to 23 August. The extreme sites are the poles where the sun can be continuously visible for a half year.

Source: Wikipedia

TMTOH, Dec. 2010

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