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Free Like A Bird - Reamonn Play

... can't be climbing the mountains When your're learning to crawl Can't you see that I'm free? Like a bird in the sky, Gonna watch you from a distance Gotta watch you from way up high Can't you see I'm in love? That's where ...

Rock In The Sea - Shocking Blue Play

... in the sky I'd be safe, high and dry I wish I was a bird in the sky I wish I was a bird in the sky I wish I was a mole in the ground I wish I was a mole in the ground Like a mole in the ground I'd throw this mountain ...

Free As A Bird - Pegazus Play

... wings and I could fly away I could see mountains and the sea And what it was like to be free Free as a bird in the sky My wings would take me up so high Now I feel as though I'm floating away Above ...

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If I Were A Bird - Ryan Shupe & The Rubberband Play

... fly so high That the only people near me Would be the pilots in the sky And If I were a bird I'd fly so gracefully Through the air so all mankind could see If I were a bird If I were a bird I'd love the morning ...

In The Air - Tech N9ne Play

... so bro excuse her while she kiss the sky Call me masta more exalted then a priest or pastor Blasphemy have me blast facts fast with magma In the air like dancer and dasher High in the sky up above mountains ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 79: The Prairie) - Herman Melville

... land lying along the snow line. Few are the foreheads which like Shakespeare's or Melancthon's rise so high, and descend so low, that the eyes themselves seem clear, eternal, tideless mountain lakes; and all above them in the forehead's wrinkles ...

In The Ravine (Chap. 8) - Anton Chekhov

... long clouds, red and lilac, stretched across the sky, guarded its slumbers. Somewhere far away a bittern cried, a hollow, melancholy sound like a cow shut up in a barn. The cry of that mysterious bird was heard every spring, but no one knew ...

The Other Side - Lucky Dube Play

... hopes that one day one of these birds of the sky can take him away to a very very far land running away from the very roots that so many black people in the world are wanting to come back. A place ...

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The Ballad Of Emmerson Lonestar - Mystery Jets Play

Just a Lonestar in the sky, treading the night, Cutting loose the mess you left, taking flight, From coast to coast, you move like a ghost, trying to break the past, So follow the road, to wherever it goes, and strike up ...

Butterfly - Nicole Play

... , butterfly Spread your wings like a bird flying high Set your sail ride the wind Take the news around the world Bringing love and happiness eternally Butterfly, butterfly, butterfly Fly away like a star in the sky Carry hope, carry faith Into ...

The Celluloid Road - The Tangent Play

... you long cold looks when you walk through the door. Rivers getting deeper, mountains getting high Roads are getting smaller 'neath the bigger, bluer sky Bridges made of made of matchwood in a country rich with iron And "Jesus Saves" - if ...

In The Hall Of The Warrior King - Warcloud Play

... , white and blue werewolf, palace in India Jewel like the sky, last year on Fourth of July Sleepwalker talk, that's one eye under water Archibald Leach, escape with the preacher's daughter Terror on the high seas, cutthroats who guzzle Irregular ...

To Be Free - Alyosha

... , to be free, yes free Just like it to be free on every mountain Every sea, I'm gonna find me a place to be free Just like a bird so high in the sky And so free when he flies, oh let me ...

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Children Of The World United - Angela Bofill

... We were singing like the birds With music as our words We were children of the world united We were free as the sun We see in the sky We were raising our voices High in sweet harmony Stand up ...

In Country Sleep - Dylan Thomas

... , in the haloed house, in her rareness and hilly High riding, held and blessed and true, and so stilly Lying the sky Might cross its planets, the bell weep, night gather her eyes, The Thief fall on the dead like ...

The Crucifixion Of The Outcast - William Butler Yeats

... sky upon a hill a little to the eastward of the town, and he clenched his fist, and shook it at the crosses. He knew they were not empty, for the birds were fluttering about them; and he thought how, as like ...

The Four Zoas (Night The First) - William Blake

... & gold, he Swung it round His head shrill sounding in the sky, down rushd the Sun with noise Of war, The Mountains fled away they sought a place beneath Vala remaind in desarts of dark solitude. nor Sun nor Moon By ...

The Four Zoas (Night The Second) - William Blake

... skies The brother & the brother bathe in blood upon the Severn The Maiden weeping by. The father & the mother with The Maidens father & her mother fainting over the body 20 And the Young Man the Murderer fleeing over the mountains ...

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In the Hall of the Warrior King - Holocaust

... red, white and blue werewolf, palace in India Jewel like the sky like during 4th of July Sleepwalker talk, that's one eye underwater Archibald Leach escape with the preacher's daughter Terror on the High Seas, cutthroats who guzzle Irregular dart ...

The Temptation of Arthur - Anonymous

... Slid from the sky like smiles from some fair face; All unattended came the simple dawn; The forest was astir with many sounds-- Birds, brooks, and fairy footfalls everywhere, And gleeful laughter only half suppressed: Then high in heaven a lark ...

Like Whaaat (Remix) - Problem

... , Wu-Tang, Rakim I'm a motherfuckin', money machine, nigga [Chorus: Problem] Yeah, I'm just doin' my thang Fingers in the sky Bang- bang- banging my gang like ooh Go on fall back [Interlude: Master P] How ya do that there? (whaaat) [Verse 5: Master P] ...

In Memory of Marvin Gaye - Dr. Cornel West

... Blues," "Spend it on the have-nots." With "radiation underground and in the sky," he saw birds and animals dying in "Mercy, Mercy Me (The Ecology)." Instead of brutality, he asked attention: "Talk to me, so you can see" ("What ...

“Resolution and Independence” (or ”The Leech-Gatherer”) - William Wordsworth

... morning did it happen so; And fears and fancies thick upon me came; Dim sadness?and blind thoughts, I knew not, nor could name. V I heard the sky-lark warbling in the sky; And I bethought me of the playful hare: Even such ...

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The Female Vagrant - William Wordsworth

... ours! There was a youth whom I had loved so long, That when I loved him not I cannot say. 'Mid the green mountains many and many a song We two had sung, like little birds in May. When we began to tire of childish ...

The Prelude (Book. 1) - William Wordsworth

... loud dry wind Blow through my ear! the sky seemed not a sky Of earth?and with what motion moved the clouds! Dust as we are, the immortal spirit grows Like harmony in music; there is a dark Inscrutable workmanship that reconciles ...

The Prelude (Book. 4) - William Wordsworth

... a distance; near, The solid mountains shone, bright as the clouds, Grain-tinctured, drenched in empyrean light; And in the meadows and the lower grounds Was all the sweetness of a common dawn? Dews, vapours, and the melody of birds, And labourers ...

The Approach to Al-Mu'tasim - Jorge Luis Borges

... of us?. Day is dawning. In the sky is a low flight of well-fed vultures. The student, in utter exhaustion, lies down to sleep. When he wakes up, the sun is high overhead and the thief is gone. Gone also ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 6 (The Beach) - Henry David Thoreau

... a light almost silvery stripe; beyond which there is generally a dark-blue rim, like a mountain ridge in the horizon, as if, like that, it owed its color to the intervening atmosphere. On another day it will be marked with long streaks ...

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Sonnets From The Portuguese - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

... interpose: Brood down with thy divine sufficiencies These thoughts which tremble when bereft of those, Like callow birds left desert to the skies. XXXII. The first time that the sun rose on thine oath To love me, I looked forward to ...

The Lost Bower - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

... sun can waken With such sweetness! when the lark, The high planets overtaking In the half-evanished Dark, Casts his singing to their singing, like an arrow to the mark. XXXIX Never nightingale so singeth: Oh, she leans on thorny ...

Idylls of the King - Gareth and Lynette - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... he saw the knights Clash like the coming and retiring wave, And the spear spring, and good horse reel, the boy Was half beyond himself for ecstasy. So for a month he wrought among the thralls; But in the weeks that ...

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

... King himself had fears that it would fall, So strange, and rich, and dim; for where the roofs Tottered toward each other in the sky, Met foreheads all along the street of those Who watched us pass; and lower, and ...

The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... a sullen fall among the marly mountains of the isle?scars strangely widened, swollen, half obliterate, and yet distorted like those sometimes found in the bark of very hoary trees, I seemed an antiquary of a geologist, studying the bird-tracks and ciphers ...

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The Piazza Tales (The Piazza) - Herman Melville

... west?old wars of Lucifer and Michael; or the mountains, though unvexed by these mirrored sham fights in the sky, had an atmosphere otherwise unfavorable for fairy views. I was sorry; the more so, because I had to keep my chamber for ...

The Black Riders and Other Lines - Stephen Crane

... cunning noiseless travel down the ways. So that, forever rudderless, it went upon the seas Going ridiculous voyages, Making quaint progress, Turning as with serious purpose Before stupid winds. And there were many in the sky Who laughed at this ...

Natural History of the Intellect (Chapter 1) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... , that is, All. His habit was to dwell in mountains, lying on the ground, tooting like a cricket in the sun, refusing to speak, clinging to his behemoth ways. He could intoxicate by the strain of his shepherd's pipe, - silent yet ...

Plato; Or, The Philosopher - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... experience. In actual life, they are so rare, as to be incredible; but, primarily, there is not only no presumption against them, but the strongest presumption in favor of their appearance. But whether voices were heard in the sky, or ...

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

... must be that they who pay this homage have said to themselves, On the whole, we don't know about this that you call honesty; a bird in the hand is better. Even well-disposed, good sort of people are touched with ...

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The Conduct of Life (Chap. 7) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... summer, recommenced in this neighborhood, soon after the pairing of the birds. The young people do not like the town, do not like the sea-shore, they will go inland; find a dear cottage deep in the mountains, secret as their ...

The Lady of the Lake - Canto III - Sir Walter Scott

... !' Like heath-bird, when the hawks pursue, A barge across Loch Katrine flew: High stood the henchman on the prow; So rapidly the barge-mall row, The bubbles, where they launched the boat, Were all unbroken and afloat, Dancing in foam ...

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