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Differences between Raoul and Erik singing “All I Ask of You”

When Raoul sings it, he’s literally saying to Christine, “I know you’re going through a rough time, but please remember that you don’t have to always be by my side and make sure I’m always okay through this. As long as I know you love me, everything will turn out alright and I’ll try my best to be by your side.”

When Erik sings it, he’s saying, “Christine, you need to love me. All I’m asking is for you to love me. Is that so hard? Love me, Christine. I need you, and I deserve you.”

The differences is love and posession. While Erik is forcing Christine to love him, Raoul is telling Christine that she doesn’t need to give him affection and love all the time, she just needs to care for him.

@singaporeair Boeing 747-400 9V-SPQ at the 2012 Singapore Airshow. Image taken on 17 February 2012.

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Arrival in Singapore!

After a very quiet and relaxed flight, the team have arrived safe and sound at Changi Airport, Singapore.

The children are shooting off a few quick emails before we head to our gate (possibly via a few shops) for our next flight.

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Back with the girl and finally got our 3D latte art at Chock Full of Beans. Love their latte that isn’t too bitter nor sweet even without syrup. Most places do not provide the art if you are ordering iced but CFOB definitely does not agree with that. So remember to get your Iced Lattes if you want to see some popping latte art

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If you’re ever walking through Changi Airport in Singapore, make sure to take in this breathtaking art installation by ART+COM. Called Kinetic Rain, it’s composed of two parts, each with 608 rain droplets made of lightweight aluminum covered with copper. Suspended from thin steel ropes, each droplet seem to magically float as they move precisely with one another, thanks to the help of hidden computer-controlled motor.