In the spring of 2016, as a group of young artists were touring the U.S. with their first single, Honey Bee, a group from the Bay Area of California recorded the song and released it to the world.
It was a song that made the world feel like they were at home in the country, according to the singer.
“I think it really started as a joke,” she said.
“It was just a song about the honey bees.”
As the song made the rounds on the internet, fans started to comment on it.
It went viral, becoming a worldwide hit, and it’s still the most popular song to have hit the internet since.
The song has been used by celebrities, athletes and musicians.
On Wednesday, Honeybee was featured on an episode of the popular YouTube series, Red vs. Blue, which features celebrity guests discussing the history of pop culture and the world of pop music.
On Wednesday, actress Emma Watson told the show that she loves the song, and her fans have been giving her their thoughts on the song.
“It was a funny little song that came out of nowhere,” Watson said.
“Honey Bee is a song for the bees.
It’s a song of a different time and place and time again.”
Watson also spoke about the impact the song had on her life, and she said that she believes the song helped her understand the importance of relationships in her life.
“When I first heard the song I didn’t think that it was about relationships and all of that stuff, I thought it was more about the relationship itself and the love itself,” Watson told Red vs Busters.
“But that’s when I got really passionate about it.”
Walsh, Watson’s fellow cast member on the show, echoed Watson’s feelings.
“The whole time I was listening to it I was like, ‘That’s really powerful,'” Walsh said.
It’s been the theme of the episode to reflect on the impact of celebrity on the world, as well as how the world responds to those in the spotlight.
“You know, it’s like a whole new world.
And the world reacts differently to it,” Watson continued.
“You know that we can’t take it for granted.
You know, we have to do everything we can to survive, and so if you have a connection with someone that has something to offer you, then you should take it.”
In the clip, Watson told Watson that she had a close relationship with a woman that helped her through a tough time.
“She helped me through that time.
I have a whole story behind that, and that’s about how the song started.
She is a little bit like my hero, so that’s why I wrote that song,” Watson revealed.
The song is a celebration of the relationship that Watson said helped her survive.
“There’s this thing that people say is, you know, ‘Oh, honey bee,’ and then you’ve got this person that is kind of, you don’t know, a little more special than that,” Watson explained.
“I think Honey Bee is like, that’s a great song to celebrate the fact that people do have this special bond.”