Yves Larock – Rise Up

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lyrics:

My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow, so high!
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow, so high!
Eh… eh…

Rise up,
Don’t falling down again
Rise up,
Love like I broke the chains

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I tried to fly a while so high
Direction: sky!
I tried to fly a while so high
Direction: sky!

My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow, so high!
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow, so high!
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow, so high!
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow, so high!
Eh…

Rise up, rise up, rise up, rise up
We’ll be the game
Rise up, rise up, rise up, rise up
For my mind and my brain

‘Cause I tried to fly a while so high
Direction: sky!
I tried to fly so high
Direction: sky!

My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow, so high!
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow, so high!
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow, so high!
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow, so high!
Eh… eh… eh… eh… eh…

About Yves Larock:

Yves “Larock” Cheminade (April 20, 1977) is a Swiss DJ and producer. He is a member of Africanism All Stars. Writer and producer of Rise Up, Zookey, Girl, Don’t Turn Back, Until Tomorrow and countless more, this self-confessed studio junky is just as much in demand for his devastating DJ skills as he is for his music. A regular at the biggest clubs around the world including those in the States, Canada, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia, Yves Larock has become a prolific force in Electronic Dance Music.

His early sounds were influenced by a wide spectrum of music: house, hip-hop, reggae and electro all filtered through into his productions. In 2005 Yves Larock joined an impressive collective of French DJs and producers who were beginning to formulate the ‘Africanism’ collective. Martin Solveig, Tim Deluxe, Bob Sinclar, DJ Gregory and more began collaborating with a host of African-based artists, their individual styles colliding to create an exciting new sound for the dance scene. The movement set fire to the house scene and introduced the name of Yves Larock to fans that clamoured for more.

In 2007, Yves was back, this time smashing all expectations. Collaborating with vocalist Jaba, his track ‘Rise Up’ was the kind of smash hit most other DJs can only dream of. Signed to Universal, Ministry of Sound and 27 other labels worldwide it devastated the charts, securing the number 1 slot across 20 countries and proving itself to be an effective weapon on just about any club dance floor. With wholehearted support from big hitting taste-makers such as Radio 1’s Pete Tong and London’s premier dance music station Kiss FM, it quickly became – and still is – a firm favourite amongst club-goers and music-enthusiasts alike.

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