Who sang the song I am what I am?

Gloria GaynorI Am What I Am / ArtistGloria Gaynor is an American singer, best known for the disco era hits “I Will Survive”, “Let Me Know”, “I Am What I Am”, and her version of “Never Can Say Goodbye”. Wikipedia

Is there a gay song?

Research in 2007 suggested that the song most commonly identified as a gay anthem is “I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor, and described the song as “a classic emblem of gay culture in the post-Stonewall and AIDS eras”.

Where did I am what I am come from?

“I Am What I Am” is a song originally introduced in the Broadway musical La Cage aux Folles. The song is the finale number of the musical’s first act, and performed by the character of Albin Mougeotte, first played by George Hearn. His version appears on the original cast album released in 1983.

What do you call your gay playlist?

35 Best Pride Songs and LGBTQ Anthems to Blast During Pride Month and Beyond

  • 1 “True Colors” by Cyndi Lauper.
  • 2 “Born This Way” by Lady Gaga.
  • 3 “Vogue” by Madonna.
  • 4 “Girls Like Girls” by Hayley Kiyoko.
  • 5 “I’m Coming Out” by Diana Ross.
  • 6 “Closer” by Tegan and Sara.
  • 7 “I Want To Break Free” by Queen.

How do I answer Who am I?

The “answer” to “who am I” is our identity. Our identity is our all-encompassing system of memories, experiences, feelings, thoughts, relationships, and values that define who each of us is. It’s the stuff that makes up a “self.” Identity is a critical component of understanding who we are.

Can you guess who am I or who I am?

The question “Who am I?” is used when you question what type of person you are. “Who I am” is a sentence fragment and is part of a sentence or indirect question.

Who I am or what I am?

“Who I am” is something external to me, referring to your persona as perceived by the public; it might include your status, position etc. “What I am” is internal perception of yourself and it could be drastically different from “who I am”. “What I am” probably defines your true nature that you only would find and know.

Who I am meaning in English?