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Enchanted Movie Songs

"How Does She Know" -- aka, the one Disney song where someone wonders why the heck everyone is singing.

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(best viewed on computer) this was my favorite scene in enchanted...giselle and robert dancing at the ball to so close (by jon mclaughlin)

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Taylor Swift - Speak Now, Song List / Collage   1.	"Mine"  	 2.	"Sparks Fly"   3.	"Back to December"  	 4.	"Speak Now"  	 5.	"Dear John"  	 6.	"Mean"  	 7.	"The Story of Us"  	 8.	"Never Grow Up"  	 9.	"Enchanted"  	 10.	"Better Than Revenge"  	 11.	"Innocent"  	 12.	"Haunted"  	 13.	"Last Kiss"  	 14.	"Long Live"   15.    "Ours" 16.    "Superman"

Taylor Swift - Speak Now, Song List / Collage 1. "Mine" 2. "Sparks Fly" 3. "Back to December" 4. "Speak Now" 5. "Dear John" 6. "Mean" 7. "The Story of Us" 8. "Never Grow Up" 9. "Enchanted" 10. "Better Than Revenge" 11. "Innocent" 12. "Haunted" 13. "Last Kiss" 14. "Long Live" 15. "Ours" 16. "Superman"

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YES! This is seriously my favorite Disney princess movie.

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Princess themes More

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inget awal mula hubungan teman baik aku dan alim bertumbuh :) "so far, we are so close"

So Close - Enchanted Movie song - YouTube

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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. I enjoyed it, though I would have enjoyed it much more if they didn't feel the need to turn every scene into a fight with Orcs! But the return of Legolas almost made up for that. :) Click through for my review: http://missvintagegirl.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-hobbit-desolation-of-smaug.html .

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Enchanted is just my favorite. If you sang the song as you read this you are also my favorite. :)

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No Arthurian legend would be complete without Excalibur. It is sometimes attributed with magical powers or associated with the rightful sovereignty of Great Britain. Sometimes Excalibur and the Sword in the Stone (the proof of Arthur's lineage) are said to be the same weapon, but in most versions they are considered separate. The sword was associated with the Arthurian legend very early. In Welsh, the sword is called Caledfwlch.

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