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evan was brought into life one month early - i had complications with bleeding. as a child, he'd always been on the smaller size. but he had a big belly (we affectionately called him buddah, a nick name he still sports today). my husband, at the time, would sing to evan, "i'm a little e-pot short and stout, here is my handle here is my spout" and of course would aid baby evan's hand movements to mimic the handle and spout of a teapot. evan would giggle and giggle...well, the nickname e-pot has stuck too...even though he just turned 18, he will always be my little e-pot.Nick Jonas - Face in hole
I was bored and faceinhole was calling my name so... this came out. Some are really crappy I know... comments please? Originals are: row 1 - Stephen Scarpulla, Kevin Jonas, Andrew Hoeft, Nick -entersurname-, Henry Hodges row2- Nick Carter, unknown Gavroche, Andrew Hoeft, Stephen Scarpulla, SS. row3- SS, SS, SS, Aaron Carter, Trevor Braun.
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Artist: VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS
Title: VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS
Street Release Date: 08/20/1996
Genre: XMAS VOCAL COLLECTIONS
When was the last time you heard collard greens being sung about in a Christmas song? Probably never, unless you're a Run DMC fan, or were wise enough to hop on the Very Special Christmas tip. The rappers' contribution to this benefit collection is probably the highlight, although traditional songs covered by now-traditional artists like the Pretenders ("Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas") provide the majority of the material here. Eurythmics turn in a suitably chilly "Winter Wonderland," Stevie Nicks sings a beautifully haunting "Silent Night," and Whitney Houston proves again that she's every woman with "Do You Hear What I Hear"--that is, every woman with a voice strong enough to do the song justice. "Santa Baby," Madonna's contribution, isn't as sultry as it could be, but there's more fun thanks to hell-on-heels, the Pointer Sisters and Bon Jovi. --Steve Gdula
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