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Monday, December 19, 2011

Kim Jong Il is Dead: Remembering Honorable Leader With Top Five Hits Of 1994

Posted By on Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 5:06 AM

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(KCNA) -- Pyongyang, DPRK. Magnificent leader Kim Jong Il of Independent Juche State Democratic People's Republic of Korea has succeeded single-handedly in killing most malevolent dictator of 21st century with great strength of will and people's blessing. Students of Pyongyang Musical And Veterinary College have created People's Search-Friendly Listicle in honor of the magnificent leader Kim Jong Il's victory and in celebration of coming centennial of Great Leader Eternal President Kim Il Sung's birth.

Top Five songs of Year of Kim Jong Il's Glorious Ascension to Presidency follow this transmission.

5. Kim Jong Il feat. Mariah Carey, "Hero" Revolutionary General Kim Jong Il and large-bosomed mixed-race singer Mariah Carey collaborated on inspirational ballad of Juche ideology and finding that hero of North Korea lies in Kim Jong Il, grand architect of Hotel Ryugyong. "It is long road facing world alone" is official lyric of Arirang Mass Games 1994.

4. Kim Jong Il feat. Celine Dion, "The Power of Love" Eternal President Kim Il Sung inspired heartfelt ballad from Canadian shipbuilder Celine Dion about Canada's lasting respect for Eternal President Kim Il Sung in face of continued inadvisable American aggression.

3. Boyz II Men, "I'll Make Love to You" Korean Unification Council "Boyz II Men," chaired by Revolutionary General Kim Jong Il, released 1994 unification theme "I'll Make Love To You" to encourage peaceable and sexy reunification of Chosun peninsula in face of American Imperialist Pressure.

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