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Whatever Happened To The Revolution - Skyhooks Play

... happened to the revolution We all got stoned and it drifted away Whatever happened to the revolution I think it died just yesterday Whatever happened to the revolution We all got stoned and it drifted away Whatever happened to the revolution ...

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

... of a year The mackerel fleet had nearly all got in before us, it being Saturday night, excepting that division which had stood down towards Chatham in the morning; and from a hill where we went to see the sun set in ...

Still Got Yesterday - Emerson Drive Play

... We were victims of a lonely heart And I remember that day It all went away Yeah, when I think about it even now I find a reason to smile somehow CHORUS: 'Cause I've still got yesterday Runnin' wild Yesterday, when I close my eyes I drift ...

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You Don't Know What You've Got (Until It's Gone) - Jennifer Rush Play

... . Forget the past cause we still got today. A kiss can melt the heart and turn it into fire, But if loves gone away. Just leave me with a little of myself, And all the feelings that we fell for, Love, but ...

This Is For You (Remix) - Bliss N Eso

... dudes rapping at the bus stop And even though we fronted we still grew to what was right Using a busted boombox and half a headphone as a mic We all got different roots so we all bust so differently I'm proud now I'm a conducter ...

Stepping Stone - Eminem

... stones [Verse 2: Eminem] It was never the same, and it's bothered me since And the farther we drift apart, the more awkward it gets The more time goes by, the more life happens And we gotta be men, we got ...

Of Costello The Proud, Of Oona The Daughter Of Dermott, And Of The Bitter Tongue - William Butler Yeats

... and asked again whose burying it was, and a man answered: 'We are carrying Dermott's daughter Winny whom you murdered, to be buried in the island of the Holy Trinity,' and the man stooped and picked up a stone and cast it ...

This Is For You [Remix] - Bliss n Eso

... dudes rapping at the bus stop And even though we fronted we still grew to what was right Using a busted boombox and half a headphone as a mic We all got different roots And we all blossom differently I'm proud now a conductor of ...

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Let It Be Sung - Jack Johnson

... it be sung so we can carry on Let it be sung so we Let it be sung so we could carry on [Verse 3] I've heard all of the stories and in them I've put my trust You've got ...

Some Kind of Monster - Film Transcript - Metallica

... come in here with material, with songs, with music. This time we all got in a room and just started playing. And that's how we wrote songs. The idea is it should sound like a band getting together in a garage for the ...

Former Inhabitants and Winter Visions - Henry David Thoreau

... , or dwelling-house, or all together. "It's Baker's barn," cried one. "It is the Codman place," affirmed another. And then fresh sparks went up above the wood, as if the roof fell in, and we all shouted "Concord to the ...

Snack Space - Hues

... man) When I swore that I was so fresh and clean But I really just an Outkast so fresh and green A pariah: could?ve been trained by Jariyah (Believe it!) A Vulpix internally ?til I got stoned and spit Fire [Various TV samples] Angelica Pickles ...

The Senses And Mental Pictures - Lucretius

... Betwixt it and our eyes. And thus this air All glides athrough our eyeballs, and, as 'twere, Brushes athrough our pupils and thuswise Passes across. Therefore it comes we see How far from us each thing may be away, And ...

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Roughing It (Chap. 12) - Mark Twain

... , which shredded away from time to time and drifted off fringed and torn, trailing their continents of shadow after them; and catching presently on an intercepting peak, wrapped it about and brooded there?then shredded away again and left the ...

Roughing It (Chap. 37) - Mark Twain

... did get the load tight all over, but we got it so that it would do, after a fashion, and then we started, in single file, close order, and without a word. It was a dark night. We kept the middle of the ...

Roughing It (Chap. 38) - Mark Twain

... , about a hundred miles in circumference, with two islands in its centre, mere upheavals of rent and scorched and blistered lava, snowed over with gray banks and drifts of pumice-stone and ashes, the winding sheet of the dead volcano, whose ...

Roughing It (Chap. 39) - Mark Twain

... ?nothing but gray ashes and pumice-stone, in which we sunk to our knees at every step?and all around the top was a forbidding wall of scorched and blasted rocks. When we reached the top and got within the wall ...

Roughing It (Chap. 40) - Mark Twain

... three o'clock we found it was no use, and so we got up and played cribbage and smoked pipes till sunrise. It was my week to cook. I always hated cooking?now, I abhorred it.         The news was all over town. The ...

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Roughing It (Chap. 52) - Mark Twain

... proceeded into the fifth gallery of the Ophir. From a side-drift we crawled through a small hole and got into the midst of the earthquake again?earth and broken timbers mingled together without regard to grace or symmetry. A large portion of ...

Roughing It (chap. 76) - Mark Twain

... crater, circling away from the pinnacle whereon we sat (for a ghostly procession of wanderers from the filmy hosts without had drifted through a chasm in the crater wall and filed round and round, and gathered and sunk and blended together till ...

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Chap. 31) - Mark Twain

... for an encouraging sign, and he would say cheerily: "Oh, it's all right. This ain't the one, but we'll come to it right away!" But he felt less and less hopeful with each failure, and presently began to turn ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 24) - Mark Twain

... the guard sent him away with me. We walked a hundred or a hundred and fifty miles, it appeared to me, and then he got lost. He turned this way and that, and finally gave it up and signified that he was ...

The Prince and The Pauper (Chap. 32) - Mark Twain

... , the clouds suddenly break away and a shaft of sunshine cleaves the mellow atmosphere, and drifts slowly along the ranks of ladies; and every rank it touches flames into a dazzling splendour of many-coloured fires, and we tingle to our finger ...

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The Prince and The Pauper (Chap. 33) - Mark Twain

... attract his little lunatic powerfully. He followed the pageant through all its devious windings about London, and all the way to Westminster and the Abbey. He drifted here and there amongst the multitudes that were massed in the vicinity for ...

Combray [Chapter 2] - Marcel Proust

... tower, half in ruins, which still stood by its side, though without rivalling it in height, one was struck, first of all, by the tone, reddish and sombre, of its stones; and on a misty morning in autumn one would have ...

Moonrise Kingdom Scene 3 - Wes Anderson

... . [Sam throws up the grass. It swirls and drifts vaguely. Suzy squints.] SUZY: Which way? SAM: Unknown. I guess it doesn?t really matter, as long as we cover our tracks. [Sam and Suzy stop to investigate and discuss: a patch of mushrooms ...

The Mountain and the Viper - Game of Thrones

... not let a grubby man do it? But when I heard you were lurking here, fawning over the Lady Arryn... PETYR: Lady Arryn invited me. She and I have been close since childhood. LADY ANYA: Yes, we all know how close you were ...

June 2001: —And The Moon Be Still As Bright - Ray Bradbury

... ." Gibbs turned to Captain Wilder. "Sir, I thought we might break out rations of gin and meat and whoop it up a bit." Captain Wilder looked off toward a dead city a mile away. "We're all tired," he said remotely, as if his ...

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The Sieve and the Sand - Ray Bradbury

... end of my dream, along I came with the Salamander and said, Going my way? And you got in and we drove back to the firehouse in beatific silence, all -dwindled away to peace." Beatty let Montag's wrist go, let the ...

Burnt Njal --- (chap. 71-80) - Icelandic Saga

... sum to be paid settled, and it was all to be paid down then and there at the Thing. But besides, Gunnar was to go abroad and Kolskegg with him, and they were to be away three winters; but if ...

The Snow Queen Chapter 3 - Third Story, The Garden of the Woman Learned in Magic - Hans Christian Andersen

... , we are here.' The boat floated rapidly away with the current; little Gerda sat quite still with only her stockings on; her little red shoes floated behind, but they could not catch up the boat, which drifted away faster and ...

Adam Lives In Theory - Lauryn Hill

... appealed To the lust of all the people where he lives Eve was so naive, blinded by the pride and greed Wanting to be intellectual Drifting from the way she got turned down one day And now she thinks that ...

The Decline - NOFX

... You can get a good deal on it and make a healthy Profit, or maybe tear it apart. Start with Assumption, that a million people are smart, smarter than one. Serotonin's gone she gave up drifted away Sara fled though process gone She ...

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Most Def - Onyx Play

... , the more the merrier No not you use a amateur Just empty the register And if it was a fifth, then we'd all be stoned But if I don't drink and drive then how the fuck am I gonna get home? I can't stop smokin ...

Forget Your Heart - Silverstein Play

... control. Forget your heart. It's weighing you down inside, As you confide your life to someone else. Maybe we're scared to be alone, We're not prepared to throw the stones, And watch them drift out of our control.

Yesterday, Tomorrow And In Between - Simon Joyner Play

... again Well he threw down for love and he stuck around for change But then he threw it all away in a flash It don't matter which is worse be it hunger or thirst It's a curse to feel more than you ...

Drunken Boat - The Pogues Play

... from miles away if you lean your head to hear A ship's bell rings on board a wreck where the air is still and clear And up in heaven that means another angel's got his wings But all below it signifies is ...

One By One - Yoav Play

... me? Our faces said, it's so hard, Stop turning to stone. One by, one by one, Each like the other. I did not dream of drifting away, In a boat that was made without heart and mind, And I do not mean, did ...

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Misunderstood - Drapht Play

... far. Had it at heart, strong enough to shatter your guard. Battered and scarred, ladders too large to reach the top. What? You're shocked? Just me and oft We can't be stopped and we've Got what you need ...

Strange Tourist - Gareth Liddiard Play

... all history made of chickens and their unhatched eggs I've seen the specter of a frigate on a dry rock face A stone axe held together with an old bootlace Anything betraying the drift of dead headway You can shake it but it ...

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