I’ve got the world on a string
I’m sitting on a rainbow
Got that string around my finger
What a world, what a life – I’m in love
I’ve got a song that I sing
And I can make the rain go
Any time I move my finger
Lucky me, cant you see – I’m in love
Life’s a wonderful thing
As long as I’ve got that string
I’d be a silly so-and-so
If I should ever let you go
Oh, what a world, what life
What a world, what life, cause I’m in love
I’m in love
And what a wonderful thing
When you get the world on a string
Last night was easily one of the most enjoyable night in my life. To say Michael Buble’s concert was awesome would be an understatement. His performance was truly amazing. It’s not like what I had expected, no boring bit at all, no boring speeches. He is not just a singer. He is one true entertainer who captured all audience’s attention at all times. He has not only nice voice, but also a good sense of humour. From the genre of his songs, I didn’t expect this concert to be this bubbly. Hahaha. Even the opening act, Naturally 7, were superb. And guess what, I managed to bring my dSLR in. Yay!
Michael started his performance with Me And Mrs Jones, a song for those having affairs. Hahaha. It really set off the mood. The lighting, stage production, visual were just excellent. And me, Iin, and Patrick got the center, near-eye-levelled seat, about 50m away from the stage, so the view was astounding. It would have been better had we get the frontmost row. Who knows, we might have been able to greet him in person.
Michael performed the usual hit; Home, Everything, Lost (which he wrote while staying in Como Hotel, South Yarra two years ago), Save The Last Dance For Me, Always On My Mind, and numerous other songs. Once in a while, he would sing a line of random songs, such as Amy Winehouse’s Rehab, YMCA, One Republic’s Apologize. He also did a sneak preview of his upcoming single, but I didn’t quite get the title.
Oh man, I just loved the concert. From what I heard, sometimes a live performance by an artist wouldn’t match the quality that of the album version. But this is different. All the songs he belted out were just as good as the album version, plus the visual. I’m looking forward to his next concert in here, whenever that will be.