I just don't belong here, I hope you understand I'm trying to understand. We might find a place in this world someday But at least for now I want you to stay I wanna go my own way. I've got to move on and be who I am What about us?
We might find our place in this world someday But at least for now, I gotta go my own way I gotta go my own way I gotta go my own way. A vida fica se colocando no meio Sempre que tentamos, de alguma maneira o plano Sempre muda.
E quanto a tudo que passamos juntos? Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar no Twitter. I just don't belong here, I hope you understand I'm trying to understand We might find a place in this world someday But at least for now I want you to stay I wanna go my own way I've got to move on and be who I am What about us?
I just don't belong here, I hope you understand I'm trying to understand We might find our place in this world someday But at least for now, I gotta go my own way I gotta go my own way I gotta go my own way. That includes Ashley Tisdale , who returns as thwarted musical theater queen Sharpay and is the soundtrack's star. A childhood musical theater veteran herself, Tisdale 's chirpy, slightly saccharine voice is perfect and sometimes, perfectly annoying on songs like "Fabulous," a piece of diva-tastic pop that could also appear on the soundtrack to My Super Sweet However, her turn on the Polynesian-flavored "bonus" track "Humuhumunukunukuapua'a" crosses the line from cute to far too cutesy, and could be the final straw for listeners past their early teens.
A few of High School Musical 2 's songs balance story and character-intensive lyrics with memorable melodies as nimbly as the original movie's music did, including "Work This Out," which finds the gang livening up their summer jobs, and "I Don't Dance," which turns big-band brass, a melody borrowed from Prince , and a stomp section into a jock jam.
Meanwhile, "You Are the Music in Me" is a big, sweeping love song that sounds fairly funky and young while nodding to show tune traditions. High School Musical 2 's lack of inspiration really shows on its bigger numbers: the soundtrack closes with "Everyday" and "All for One," two wannabe rousing songs that blend into one big, bland singalong. While it suffers from a bit of sequel-itis, the soundtrack isn't outright bad; too much is at stake for Disney for it to be terrible.
Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Troy continues to worry about funding for college. Sharpay senses his need and arranges for Troy to be promoted to the University of Albuquerque 's senior basketball team, hoping that this will convince him to sing with her at the talent show. Meanwhile, Kelsi writes a song for Troy and Gabriella and they agree to sing with their friends in the show "You Are The Music In Me" , not knowing that Sharpay is vying for his attention.
In the extended version, Sharpay and Ryan trap Troy as he prepares for a date with Gabriella by performing their own song "Humuhumunukunukuapua'a" , much to Troy's annoyance. Ryan realizes he does not mean much to Sharpay anymore, as she is ready to blow her brother aside for the opportunity to perform with Troy.
This leads to tension between the siblings, and Ryan angrily informs Sharpay that he will no longer obey her orders. Taylor and Gabriella invite Ryan to the baseball game, where he persuades the Wildcats to take part in the talent show "I Don't Dance". Troy and Gabriella's relationship is strained when Troy sees Ryan with Gabriella, sparking jealousy.
Troy also gets into a heated argument with Chad for abandoning his friends, due to his perceived selfishness after being promoted by Sharpay. When Sharpay discovers that Ryan and the Wildcats are putting together their own performance in the show, she orders Mr.
Fulton to ban all staff members from performing. Gabriella confronts Sharpay about her interference and quits her job at Lava Springs. Troy overhears the exchange and tries to persuade Gabriella to change her mind. Gabriella expresses her loss of trust with Troy "Gotta Go My Own Way" , leaves Lava Springs, and returns to him her necklace, which he had given to her after school ended.
Troy returns to work the next day to find that his friends refuse to talk to them, following his earlier argument with Chad. Kelsi silently shows Troy the notice from Mr. Fulton, causing Troy to question his own motivations "Bet On It" and confronts Sharpay, informing her that he will not sing with her.
He then reconciles with Chad and apologizes to the Wildcats for his absence. They convince him to sing in the talent show, which he does only under the condition that they are all allowed to perform as well. At Sharpay's supposed instruction, Ryan gives Troy a new song to learn moments before the show.
As Troy goes onstage, he asks Sharpay why she switched the song, and Sharpay is shocked to find that her brother tricked her. Troy sings the song "Everyday" alone until Gabriella and the Wildcats joins him onstage. In the end, Sharpay proudly presents her brother, Ryan, with the award for the talent show.
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