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Symphony Of Pain - Mono Inc. Play

... There is blood red rain Coming down on your bed tonight Blood red rain's on your face Close this dark romance As we dance down on danger lane Whistling the symphony of pain Shadows on the bedroom wall Divert me ...

MONKEY BUSINESS (FULL LYRICS AND INEDTS SONGS) - Black Eyed Peas Play

... How It Go I´M Sick With The Rhyme I´M Infected Since ´95 The Bep Perfected The Way We Get Down On The Record We Comin´ Up With Heat That´S Not Expected You Can´T, You Can´T, You Can´T Help But ...

It's Gonna Be On - Dttx Play

... in LA Going back to Cal-a chicas on the runway Screamin 'gimme gimme one more chance' Bumping Tupac and Biggie as I get a lap dance And it the last chance for alcohol Sippin' down my cup to show em how a true ...

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Say It Ain't So Huck: Second Thoughts On Mark Twain's Masterpiece - Jane Smiley

... -leg tales, and, I?m telling you, I didn?t realize that walking down the stairs, walking down hills, dancing in high heels, or stamping your foot on the brake pedal could be so dangerous. At any rate, like numerous broken-legged intellectuals before ...

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD - The Misfits Play

... broken glass Not for you or anyone I will not cut my ass We have no reasons but we still have fun Down on the floor, baby, whisper my name Yeah, when you rip my back to shreds I'll ...

So Lonely Was The Ballad - Jamie T Play

... smoke from the lung to the ceiling Making sure nightmares turn up in your dreaming We're all good as we bounce this way On the mic everyday hitting up the country, oh Good times in the old city Who ...

Drinkin' & Drivin' - Insane Clown Posse

... fast as I can Down the sidewalk, for innocent women and men I'm a serial murderer, all in one night I know the blood on the hood and windshield ain't right And it's way past my third defense, I'm gunnin' it ...

Strangeulation Cypher (All Parts) - Tech N9ne

... rapper I?m just a little local talent that fucked around and made it big Underground bully, pickin? on all these famous kids And the danger is, now I?m doin? Stranger biz About to make the world forget about what a major is ...

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The Winter's Tale Act 4 Scene 4 - William Shakespeare

... this ancient sir, who, it should seem, Hath sometime loved! I take thy hand, this hand, As soft as dove's down and as white as it, Or Ethiopian's tooth, or the fann'd snow that's bolted By the northern blasts twice o' ...

Tess of the d'Urbervilles, a Pure Woman (Chap. 10) - Thomas Hardy

... was simply waiting for company homeward. "I'll see you again," said he over her shoulder as she went on down the back lane. Approaching the hay-trussers, she could hear the fiddled notes of a reel proceeding from some ...

Tess of the d'Urbervilles, a Pure Woman (Chap. 50) - Thomas Hardy

... on Hambledon Hill. At three she turned the last corner of the maze of lanes she had threaded, and entered Marlott, passing the field in which as a club-girl she had first seen Angel Clare, when he had not danced ...

The Woodlanders (Chap. 25) - Thomas Hardy

... her own peace Grace should have contemned Winterborne thoroughly or not at all. As it was, on closing the window an indescribable, some might have said dangerous, pity quavered in her bosom for him. Presently her husband entered the room ...

Under the Greenwood Tree (Chap. 1.8) - Thomas Hardy

... pull off his jacket, considering the heat.? ?Such low notions as you have, Reuben! Nothing but strip will go down with you when you are a-dancing. Such a hot man as he is!? ?Well, now, look here, my sonnies,? he argued ...

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Westwood Freestyle - Ghetts

... look everyone else They just got pick and pasted A better the same the seat as we shaded tru gates and a very dangerous so the mine I can have bone that and then aim it to the hype! I am a ...

The Prelude (Book. 6) - William Wordsworth

... of Englishmen, And hospitably did they give us hail, As their forerunners in a glorious course; And round and round the board we danced again. With these blithe friends our voyage we renewed At early dawn. The monastery bells Made a sweet ...

The Prelude (Book. 7) - William Wordsworth

... , from high Press forward, in all colours, on the sight; These, bold in conscious merit, lower down; That, fronted with a most imposing word, Is, peradventure, one in masquerade. As on the broadening causeway we advance, Behold, turned upwards, a face hard ...

The Prelude (Book. 9) - William Wordsworth

... break Bondage, the other to build liberty On firm foundations, making social life, Through knowledge spreading and imperishable, As just in regulation, and as pure As individual in the wise and good. We summoned up the honourable deeds Of ancient ...

Comus - John Milton

... 'd heaps Of Misers treasure by an out-laws den, And tell me it is safe, as bid me hope [ 400 ] Danger will wink on Opportunity, And let a single helpless maiden pass Uninjur'd in this wilde surrounding wast. Of night ...

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Old and New Tables (LVI) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... guilt and pain!? 6 O my brethren, he who is a firstling is ever sacrificed. Now, however, are we firstlings! We all bleed on secret sacrificial altars, we all burn and broil in honour of ancient idols Our best is still young: this ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 3 (The Plains of Nauset) - Henry David Thoreau

... reading under our umbrellas as we sailed, while it blowed hard with mingled mist and rain, as if we were approaching a fit anniversary of Mr. Treat's funeral. We fancied that it was such a moor as that on which somebody perished ...

Typee (Chap. 10) - Herman Melville

... will and amity among these simple people; and as we were aware of this fact, we were delighted that it had taken place on the present occasion. Reclining upon our mats, we now held a kind of levee, giving audience to ...

Satyricon (Part One) - Gaius Petronius

... short, Ascyltos Came in and briefly told us what he had done for our sakes: On this we Got up; and as we were rigging our selves, it came into my head to Kill the guard, and rifle ...

The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 7) - Friedrich Engels

... . Of the hand-weavers of the cotton industry we have already spoken; the other woven fabrics are almost exclusively produced on hand-looms. Here most of the workers have suffered as the weavers have done from the crowding in of ...

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Gulliver's Travels (Chap. 1.1) - Jonathan Swift

... the heat of the weather, and about half a pint of brandy that I drank as I left the ship, I found myself much inclined to sleep. I lay down on the grass, which was very short and soft, where I slept sounder than ever I remembered ...

English Traits (Chapter 5: Ability) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... . Montesquieu said, "England is the freest country in the world. If a man in England had as many enemies as hairs on his head, no harm would happen to him." Their self respect, their faith in causation, ...

Nostromo (Chap. 1.8) - Joseph Conrad

... perhaps his mother's rosary, purloined for purposes of ornamentation, hanging in a loop of beads low down on his rotund little stomach. The spiritual and temporal pastors of the mine flock were very ...

Aeneid: Book 2 - Publius Vergilius Maro

... storms of stones, from the proud temple's height, Pour down, and on our batter'd helms alight: We from our friends receiv'd this fatal blow, Who thought us Grecians, as we seem'd in show. They aim at the mistaken crests, from ...

Backwash - ​The Wire

... 's Esmeralda. E.T.A. noon tomorrow, berth six, Patapsco terminal. RUSSELL: So we're on. BUNK: We're gonna need help with surveillance. On the docks especially, since our faces are known down there. FREAMON: I can reach out to Greggs and Prez, maybe ...

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Life On The Mississippi (Chap. 6) - Mark Twain

... made my heart ache to think I had only got half of the river set down; for as our watch was four hours off and four hours on, day and night, there was a long four-hour gap in my book for ...

Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc (Chap. 1.2) - Mark Twain

... to him, and he said:         "Would you mind helping me, dear?"         "How, father?"         He got down on his knees and bent his head low, and said:         "Take the ashes and put them ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 4) - Frederick Douglass

... , a more rigid enforcement of the law of respect to elders, than they maintain. I set this down as partly constitutional with my race, and partly conventional. There is no better material in the ...

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave Chapter 10 - Frederick Douglass

... , and we went up from the field to the house for breakfast. I went for the form, more than for want of any thing to eat that morning. Just as I got to the house, in looking out at the lane gate ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 3 (Chap. 5.1) - Richard F. Burton

... upon him and sprang up joyfully and, going to the brink of the breach, squatted down on his hind quarters and let his tail hang in the hole; whereupon the wolf arose ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 8) - Richard F. Burton

... and wide, especially the backgammon board. [FN#304] i.e. "Father of the Lion." [FN#305] Or as we should say, "Thy blood will be on thine own head." [FN#306] Called after the famous town in Persian Mesopotamia which however ...

Burning Bright - Ray Bradbury

... off the things that are really in there. Simmons here has worked on it for twenty years and now we've got the method down to where we can recall anything that's been read once. Would you like, some day ...

King Arthur: Book 6 of 12 - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... ?? ?Pass like the mist on Arran?s wave, what then? At least we?re young so long as we survive; Our years six thousand?I have numbered five. CII. ?But we have stumbled on a dismal theme; As always happens when one meets ...

Carmen - Ch. 3 - Prosper Merimee

... , and taking it on our shoulders, we tried to escape through the rocks down the steepest of the slopes. We threw our packs down in front of us and followed them as best we could, slipping along on our heels ...

Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter XI. Customs Connected with the Calendar - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... ." 2 Again, in "Love's Labour's Lost," (v. 2), Biron speaks of "A Christmas Comedy." As we have noticed, too, in our chapter on plants, a gilt nutmeg was formerly a common gift at Christmas, and on other festive occasions, to which an allusion is probably made ...

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G-Unit Anthem - Lloyd Banks Play

... had blue lipstick You broke rob more blocks You ain't gotta know how to break dance To whind up on a card board box I'm Gucci down to my sock, groupies houndin' da spot Different format, keep groupies round for tha cops ...

Prologue - Tonéx

... who took that picture, but it's appeared hundreds of times in magazines and science textbooks, on blogs and laboratory walls. She's usually identified as Helen Lane, but often she has no name at all. She's simply called HeLa, the code ...

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