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Below - Jorn Play

... much deeper Than this dark hole We must find the secret eye Break the chains and learn to fly Fallen ages, kings and dreamers Quest for power since the day the world was born We keep on trying but we ...

Break the Chain - Omega

... Don't give in, fight the pain 'Cause you got to brake the chain If you find the paradise And you've conquered all your lies Thing of those who remain 'Cause they couldn't break... the chain This young man brought ...

Why - Sarah Brightman Play

... Tell my why The mystery Of love is to live Live and let live Break the chains and try to forgive me now For the future on the wings of an eagle And our hearts lie in the hands of ...

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Break My Chains - Sarah Connor Play

... Not more to say and even worse Not more to love That's just because I have to spread my wings And learn how to fly That's why I'll break my chains tonight This is the beginning not the end And I am ...

Break These Chains - Black Majesty

... Throughout the days and nights went passing by Sails were full of wind but never moving Onto new horizons Now I recall there was a time Just happened to be free I'm free to live again I'll break these chains Once again Flying ...

Axe to Grind - Deepspace5

... Serrate the edge cut it down to the bone When we're all together we call it home Tattooin' your names, we're all one in the same And we're bringing the rain, steady breaking the chains And if ...

The Legend - Nightmare

... to Learn You stand alone in the dark, but it's too late too Break the chains See God wake up and fight, now it's the time to keep The flame Somewhere fly a glory knight Somewhere in the skies...in the ...

These Cold Deserted Shores - Force Majeure Play

... won't set us free. Break the chains of this world End my fear and anger Fly away on the winds of endeavour Seek the star that is only for you Here we stand on this bridge to forever I know I'll ...

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Ready To Fly - Amy Pearson

... shake. Pre 2 Its time to break these chains, To look you in the eye, To tell you that it's over now, Maybe that means... I'm ready to fly, I wanna breathe in and breathe out and be who I am, Let go of ...

Under The Ice - Blind Guardian

... For our sake We're not allowed to see Beyond that's your skill Will we ever learn the lesson "We can't fly with broken wings" Break the chains Time to change I'm afraid to say But you won't play a part It ...

All The King's Men- Chapter 1 - Robert Penn Warren

... -seven or -eight years old, and he wore red ties and under the red tie and his shirt he wore a little Papist medal on a chain, and I always hoped to God it was St. Christopher and that St. Christopher was on ...

Slave to the Rhythm (Blooded) 12" picture disc single - Grace Jones

... , don't break the chain Sparks will fly when the whistle blows Never stop the action Keep it up, keep it up Never stop the action Keep it up Work to the rhythm Live to the rhythm Love to the rhythm ...

Jersey's and Fitteds - The Cross Movement

... chains and platinum Look but no change while things are happenin Change the game change your actions Switch teams and change your captain (Verse 1) Most of y'all want it raw but raw to you Is guns and a curse in the ...

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The Man Who Would Be King - Rudyard Kipling

... saying is." I slipped a small charm compass from my watch-chain and handed it up to the priest. "Good-by," said Dravot, giving me his hand cautiously. "It's the last time we'll shake hands with an Englishman these many days ...

The Excursion, Book I (”The Ruined Cottage”) - William Wordsworth

... crippled Mendicant in Sailor?s garb, The little child who sate to turn the wheel Ceased from his toil, and she with faltering voice, Expecting still to learn her husband?s fate, Made many a fond inquiry; and when they Whose presence gave ...

The Guest List - Kabuto The Python

... , you got me here, fuck beer Where?s the Jack Daniels? I drink until I?m ?bout to fucking fly up off the handle I know you?re gonna dig this I get ruthless Kick out the rhythms and I slap your mans toothless They like, ?Who ...

The Dawn of Day (Book V) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... of all others?he is vain enough to fall ill that he may feel the superiority of the sufferer.? And again, if somebody were to break the chains that bound him down, and wounded himself severely in doing so, some ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 9 (The Sea and the Desert) - Henry David Thoreau

... make a bird[1] skilful to fly through the heaven of sand,[2] to explore the broad track of ships; while warriors who impel to the tempest of swords,[3] who praise the land, inhabit Wonder-Strands, and cook whales.?? And so he sailed ...

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Idylls of the King - Balin and Balan - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... her Squire 'This fire of Heaven, This old sun-worship, boy, will rise again, And beat the cross to earth, and break the King And all his Table.' Then they reached a glade, Where under one long lane of cloudless air ...

Idylls of the King - The Holy Grail - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... sand Swept like a river, and the clouded heavens Were shaken with the motion and the sound. And blackening in the sea-foam swayed a boat, Half-swallowed in it, anchored with a chain; And in my madness to myself I said, 'I will embark ...

The Two Voices - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... 'd palsy cease to shake?" I wept, "Tho' I should die, I know That all about the thorn will blow In tufts of rosy-tinted snow; "And men, thro' novel spheres of thought Still moving after truth long sought, Will learn new things when ...

The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... , and the king was forced to fly with the remainder of his canine regiment. The enemy pursued, stoning the dogs with their master into the wilderness of the interior. Discontinuing the pursuit, the victors returned to the village on the ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 3.1) - Thucydides

... him, he put him into custody, though not in chains, and attacked suddenly and took by surprise the fortification, and putting the Arcadians and the barbarians found in it to the sword, afterwards took Hippias into it as he had ...

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The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 3.3) - Thucydides

... by binding it to Delos with a chain. The Athenians, after the purification, celebrated, for the first time, the quinquennial festival of the Delian games. Once upon a time, indeed, there was a great assemblage of the Ionians and the neighbouring islanders at ...

The Republic (Book 3) - Plato

... that our youth should be trained in music and on the grounds which you mention. Just as in learning to read, I said, we were satisfied when we knew the letters of the alphabet, which are very few, in all their ...

Discourses on the First Decade of Titus Livius (Chap. 3.6) - Niccolò Machiavelli

... . Guglielmo, again, being commissary in the Val di Chiana in the year 1501, and learning that a conspiracy was being hatched in Arezzo to take the town from the Florentines and give it over to the Vitelli, repaired thither with all ...

Of the Motives of Pure Practical Reason (Chap. 1.3) - Immanuel Kant

... which is not in my power, and the series of events infinite a parte priori, which I only continue according to a pre-determined order and could never begin of myself, would be a continuous physical chain, and therefore my causality would never be ...

The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 5) - Friedrich Engels

... as well as they can, do not concern themselves as to the course of public affairs, help the bourgeoisie to forge the chains of the workers yet more securely, and stand upon the plane of intellectual nullity that prevailed before ...

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The Conduct of Life (Chap. 6) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... science. We have learned the manners of the sun and of the moon, of the rivers and the rains, of the mineral and elemental kingdoms, of plants and animals. Man has learned to weigh the sun, and its weight neither ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 2) - Joseph Conrad

... also to the footman who opened the door, and stood back to let him enter the hall. A clear fire burned in a tall fireplace, and an elderly man standing with his back to it, in evening dress and with a chain round ...

The Gilded Age (Chap. 33) - Mark Twain

... of their sort.?They staid there two years and learned to speak English with a foreign accent?not that it hadn't always had a foreign accent (which was indeed the case) but now the nature of it was changed. Finally they returned ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 23) - Mark Twain

... , and float away to church. And at midnight we see the theatre break up and discharge its swarm of hilarious youth and beauty; we hear the cries of the hackman-gondoliers, and behold the struggling crowd jump aboard, and the ...

The Mysterious Stranger and Other Stories (Chap. 7) - Mark Twain

... minutes later than the chain of his life had appointed him to rise. By consequence, thenceforth nothing will ever happen to him in accordance with the details of the old chain." He took out his watch and sat looking at ...

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The Mysterious Stranger and Other Stories (Chap. 8) - Mark Twain

... she was clothed in a coarse robe and delivered to the secular arm, and conducted to the market-place, the bell solemnly tolling the while. We saw her chained to the stake, and saw the first film of blue smoke rise ...

The Prince and The Pauper (Chap. 27) - Mark Twain

... women who were chained near him succeeded better. Under their gentle ministrations he found peace and learned a degree of patience. He was very grateful, and came to love them dearly and to delight in the sweet and soothing influence of ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 18) - Frederick Douglass

... of their dusky brothers were learning to read the word of God, lest they should come down upon us with the lash and chain. We might have met to drink whisky, to wrestle, fight, and to do other unseemly things ...

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

... barbarity,?a sanctifier of the most hateful frauds,?and a dark shelter under, which the darkest, foulest, grossest, and most infernal deeds of slaveholders find the strongest protection. Were I to be again reduced to the chains of slavery, next to that enslavement ...

What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July? - Frederick Douglass

... heart was intense; and I was often consoled, when speaking to my mistress in the morning, to hear her say that the custom was very wicked; that she hated to hear the rattle of the chains, and the heart-rending cries ...

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Hour 4: Filibuster of the Confirmation of John Brennan - Senator Rand Paul

... up in the chain of command to the President of the United States. But if actual imminence isn't required as part of this ostensibly imminent standard, what then is the standard? Is there any at all? And if there is ...

Once More to the Lake - E. B. White

... the still evening when the afterglow lit the water, they whined about one's ears like mosquitoes. My boy loved our rented outboard, and his great desire was to achieve single-handed mastery over it, and authority, and he soon learned ...

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