Jade rock is an essential part of the country and culture we know today.
It is our national symbol, our music and our culture.
But it’s also a very personal thing, and it can be confusing.
So we asked a panel of experts to explain why.
Jaleesa Lee is a senior editor at Recode, and co-hosts the podcast The Unbreakable Miss Lovely.
In this episode, she answers your questions.
RACHEL MARTIN: What does the word “Jade” mean in Arabic?
JALEESA LEE: The word “jade” literally means “to rock.”
It is the name given to this type of rock.
Rachael Martin is the host of The Uncut podcast.
RON JOHNSON: So what does the song Jade Tree have to do with Jaderock?
Jaleena Lee: The Jade Tree is a very popular song from Australia.
It’s from the song “The Last Days of Summer,” which is about the last days of the summer.
It was sung by Australian singer-songwriter Jaleeda Lee in 2014.
It says, “I am the Jade Tree.”
RON: What are the most popular songs on Jaleedia?
JALEAELE: “The Lost Boys,” “We Are Your Sunshine,” “Jaleesa, I’m Jalee, I’ll Take You Home,” “I’m Jareesa,” “Ace Me Up,” “She Loves Me,” “All About You,” “Dirty Lips,” “Rope,” “Ginger,” “Love Me” and “Dont Stop.”
RACHELS MARTINS: “Romeo and Juliet” is another popular song.
It tells the story of Romeo and Juliet, the lovers, who fall in love, and they are eventually killed by the Romans.
It also has a reference to a cave that is in the song, “The Stone.”
ROHANNA ROTHFIELD: The “Lost Boys” is the most famous song on Jalko.
It has a song called “We’re Not Your Sons.”
RICHARD HANSEN: It’s about Romeo and the rest of the characters in the story.
It starts off with a beautiful song, a very beautiful song.
RICHY HANNA: “Mighty Mighty” is an Australian folk song.
The lyrics are, “Aye, we’re not your sons, but we’re yours, too.”
RODNEY COLEMAN: “Gentlemen, I wish you a good day.
Aye, my love.”
It’s a song about love.
It started as a song, but has gone through a number of iterations over the years.
It ends with a love poem.
ROGER HAGEN: “A Man of the Year” is a song that is a favorite song on “Gang of Four.”
It was written by Chuck Berry, and he sings, “We ain’t got no love.
We ain’t no love.”
JALEES A. LEE-WANG: “She’s Got the Sun” is very different from “A Matter of Love.”
It doesn’t say love, it’s about love, about longing, and longing can mean a lot of things.
It might be love for someone who’s just gone away, for someone that’s been in love.
That’s what it’s really about.
JALEESA LUE: It was a song written by a group of women in the late 1950s.
JALEENA LEE, host: And it’s a beautiful piece of music, but it has a very, very dark, emotional undertone to it.
RODDY COLE: And the song was so popular, that it ended up in the film “Rocky III.”
ROGERS HAGENSEN: The first time I heard the song in person, I thought, Oh my God, I can’t believe I’m listening to this song.
Jalene Lee is an associate professor of American studies at the University of Adelaide.
She also co-chairs the Australian Folk Music Festival.
ROSS BUCKWORTH: I have this memory that I remember a little girl, who was a little bit younger than I was, playing a guitar on a Christmas tree.
And the Christmas tree was this beautiful white rock that was about 10 feet tall, and I remember her playing this beautiful song that was a sort of holiday song.
And I thought to myself, this is really pretty.
And so I started listening to it again, and thinking, this song sounds like a Christmas song.
I mean, what is this Christmas song about?
ROSS: Jalees Lee is one of the co-founders of Jaleela Lee and Co. JAY LYNN: The idea of the rock song is that you don