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D-Bros' Melodies | Love Yourself: Put oneself in someone else's shoes

The episode was performed by university students in China. Today the song we recommend is "Love Yourself" by Canadian singer Justin Bieber. The song was released as a promotional single on November 9, 2015, and as the album's third official single on December 7, 2015.

D-Bros' Melodies | Youth: A true love that has not yet been dusted

Today, the song we recommend is "Youth" by Australian singer Troye Sivan. Who was the one for you when you were young and confused? Have you ever danced with your true love between delicate notes? The D-Bros will introduce a song, whether a classic tune or the latest hit, to our audience in each video. Please stay tuned for more to come.

D-Bros' Melodies | When We Were Young: Fear of getting older

The episode was performed by university students in China.

D-Bros' Melodies | Proud of You: Whisper of love

The episode was performed by university students in China. Today the song we recommend is "Proud of You" by Hong Kong singer Fiona Fung.

D-Bros' Melodies | Paradise: Magnificent piece with classic elements

The episode was performed by a university student in China. Today the song we recommend is "Paradise" by Coldplay.

D-Bros' Melodies | Yesterday Once More: Recall of memory

Today the song we recommend is "Yesterday Once More". It is a hit song by the Carpenters from their 1973 album Now & Then.

D-Bros' Melodies SP3 | Hey Jude: The echo of sadness and hope

Here comes our special edition 3 of D-Bros! The episode was performed by university students in China. Today the song we recommend is "Hey Jude". It's a song by the English rock band the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and credited to the Lennon–McCartney partnership. This song is meant to comfort people to get out of a low point in their lives and carry on.

D-Bro's Melodies SP2 | Summer Vibe: A taste of youth

Here comes our special edition 2 of D-Bros! The episode was performed by university students in China. Today the song we recommend is "Summer Vibe". It is a song originally written and performed by the Canadian band Walk Off The Earth.

D-Bros' Melodies | Nothing Compares 2 U, Sinéad O'Connor

Sinead O'Connor, the Irish singer known for her stirring voice and outspoken views, has died at the age of 56, Irish media quoted her family as saying on Wednesday.

D-Bros' Melodies SP1 | Moonlight Shadow: A song of sorrow and grieving

Here comes our special edition of D-Bros! The new episode was performed by university students in China. Today the song we recommend is "Moonlight Shadow". It is a song written and performed by English multi-instrumentalist Mike Oldfield. The version we performed this time was Dana Winner's cover. Please enjoy!

D-Bros' Melodies | Lemon Tree: Taste of bitter, sweet and sour

Today, the song we recommend is "Lemon Tree" by Fool’s Garden, a German band in their third album. This song has a distinctive melody and is a childhood memory for many people. In the Chinese music show "The Voice of China", this song has also been covered by a contestant.

D-Bros' Melodies | I'm Yours: No time for hesitation

Today, the song we recommend is "I'm Yours" by American singer-songwriter Jason Mraz, released in 2008 as the first single from his third studio album. The song was nominated for Song of the Year[7] and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance at the 51st Grammy Awards.

D-Bros' Melodies | If I Ain't Got You: Physical things don't feed the soul

Today, the song we recommend is "If I Ain't Got You" by American artist Alicia Keys. It is a soulful R&B song, winning the singer-songwriter a Grammy Award in 2005. According to Keys, the song is about "how material things don't feed the soul," and has been one of her favorites.

D-Bros' Melodies | Rocket Man: The lonely explorer lights the way forward

Today, the song we recommend is "Rocket Man" by Elton John.

D-Bros' Melodies | Apologize: There's no pill for regret in the world

Today, the song we recommend is "Apologize" by One Republic and Timbaland. The song earned the band a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals and was ranked number 50 on the list of the Billboard Hot 100's All-Time Top Songs list from the chart's first 50 years.
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