General CommentJosh Groban is the reason I began learning Italian. The lyrics are absolutely beautiful. Obviously it's about leaving someone..going to a faraway place..thinking of that person. I especially love how at the end it goes, "All this will have you and to you everything will seem normal."
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Early life. Josh Groban was born in Los Angeles, California, to Jack Groban, a businessman, and Lindy Groban (née Johnston), a school teacher. Josh's younger brother, Chris, was born on Josh's fourth birthday. Josh's father is a descendant of Jewish immigrants from Poland and Ukraine, and converted from Judaism to Christianity upon marrying Josh's mother.
This song speaks of a timeless universal truth - the bittersweet pain of loving. We would all come at a certain corner where love is just at hand, till just a chase away..till its inevitably gone. Mine wasnt of a broken vow, he said not word, nor had an inkling of my heart's deep seated thoughts.
Josh Groban recorded this song for the soundtrack of Disney's 2017 live-action remake of the animated classic Beauty and the Beast.In the movie, it's sung by Dan Stevens, who plays The Beast.
Don't know about anyone else, but, I sing it as a prayer. Jesus alone can raise me up in these ways and when comes "to sit awhile", I sense His presence and am refreshed, encouraged and raised up.
Groban has included "To Where You Are" in many of his concert sets in the years since the song was released, including at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway in late 2002. The song appears on his first two live albums, Josh Groban in Concert and Live at the Greek, as well as on his 2008 greatest hits release, A Collection.
An emotional rendition of “Hallelujah” like you’ve never heard before! ... An emotional rendition of “Hallelujah” like you’ve never heard before! ... Josh Groban Sings With 5 Year old ...
Translation of 'Aléjate' by Josh Groban from Spanish to English. For that past love, to be you always faithful (not sure about the word "serte", could be "suerte")