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The Coming Dawn (Thanotopsis) - Kansas Play

... at all When my world starts to fade I can only hope that every choice I made Will endure, and carry on Into the coming dawn The breezes blow, soft clouds drift by Like some artists' canvas ...

Carry On - Coldrain

... is best for you now and carry on Just carry on Everything can change in the blink of an eye But don't forget you will be missed The pain will fade but the scars will stay Because a memory is stronger ...

The Promise - Chris Murray And The Slackers Play

... strong the strong at heart survive as the years go past and we come at last to face our final dawn when bodies have collapsed spirits will carry on because I promise you my love that love can last forever giving ...

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Face The Grey - Msd Play

... overcome. I leave sorrow far behind. I cast all fear into the wind. Though shadow pain endures, I lift my feet and carry on. For on this black sunrise, I will not be afraid. As darkness fills the sky, I shall not turn away. I stand ...

Reclaim And Conquer - Rise Over Run Play

... battered sould is petrified How can you let this carry on End all the suffering Abolish your fears Gain what little strength you have left Force down your demons Reclaim and Conquer Caught in this moment of weakness You were ...

Walking Stick For The Weak - Thought Riot Play

... , we think will forever be. The exception to the rule, aren't we the fools. Flux is all there is; embrace the to be. In time though all things end! Our vivacity endures! And we'll carry on the dreams! In ...

Stay Awake, Stand Firm, Grow Mighty - Watch Tower Bible And Tract Society Play

... determined to endure. Carry on as men of courage, For the victory is sure. We obey Christ Jesus' clear command, Under him we firmly take our stand. (CHORUS) Stay awake, stand firm, and grow mighty! Carry on right to the ...

Loyal Burden - Half Massed Play

... your thoughts Influences are not always known But they dictate the course of your life I will endure and keep searching Turn away from the answers I'm getting Some things stay with you a lifetime Some ...

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Carry Me - Andy Park

... endure Carry me through the darkness Carry me for your arms are strong and sure My Father I need you to carry me In the dark night of my soul When I cannot carry on I come to fall into your arms I will ...

Hold On - Ann Nesby

... you're not alone Now when you're feelin' like You can't go on Search inside your soul You'll find the strength to carry on Endure the hard times Like a good soldier Then you can tell the world How ...

Ground - Assemblage 23

... Move out No use in dwelling in the past Bid farewell to all your fears and carry on Close your eyes Try to breathe Feel the ground Beneath your feet It's still there ...

He Will Carry You - Austins Bridge

... His mercy will endure But you can be sure No matter what your going through He will carry you He will carry you. Vs-2) Right now you feel like there's just no way out You're confused and your minds ...

Mightier Than The Sword - Borialis

... Destroy the flesh, but the core will endure Of course the pen's mightier than the sword So blow me up with a bomb, I'll move on and go beyond Like the wayward son, and carry on I'm forever green, I'm what you never ...

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Familiar Realm - CKY

... entered a familiar realm With pessimistic views You've entered a familiar realm Break out and carry on If responsibilities are ignored Then the penalties will soon be endured Potential risks beyond control Fortune isn't fame You've entered a familiar realm If ...

Cry On - Commissioned

... road, it seems too far to carry on Just look to the hills, you will find your help which cometh from the Lord Hold on, even when you feel you can't go on Even if you have to moan Let ...

Cry On - 112

... seems too far to carry on, oh yeah, yeah Just look to the hills, you will find your help Is coming from the Lord, hold on Even when you feel you can't go on And even if you have to ...

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

... service the right to deliver from hell all she could carry, and carried away multitudes clinging with worn fingers to the hem of her dress; and it was she who endured dumbness for a year because of the little thorn of ...

Venus and Adonis - William Shakespeare

... thy spear's point can enter; His short thick neck cannot be easily harm'd; Being ireful, on the lion he will venture: The thorny brambles and embracing bushes, As fearful of him, part, through whom he rushes. 'Alas, he nought esteems ...

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The Mayor of Casterbridge (Chap. 17) - Thomas Hardy

... a few friendly words, but the Mayor invariably gazed stormfully past him, like one who had endured and lost on his account, and could in no sense forgive the wrong; nor did Farfrae's snubbed manner of perplexity at ...

Love and Intrigue (Act 3 Scene 2) - Friedrich Schiller

... , you mean? PRESIDENT Pshaw!?he would never believe that! No, no?I mean that she is carrying on an intrigue with another. MARSHAL And this other, who is he to be? PRESIDENT Yourself! MARSHAL How? Must I be her lover? ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 1) - Martin Luther

... flag of God's name, they deceive many. The devil knows better than to appear ugly and black. He prefers to carry on his nefarious activities in the name of God. Hence the German proverb: "All mischief begins ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 2) - Martin Luther

... . Say: "You are now groveling in the dirt. You are now a laboring ass. Go ahead, and carry your burden. But why don't you mount up to heaven? There the Law cannot follow ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 3) - Martin Luther

... -hearted. Do not consult that Quackdoctor, Reason. Believe in Christ and your sins will be pardoned. His righteousness will become your righteousness, and your sins will become His sins. On one occasion Jesus said to His disciples: "The Father loveth ...

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Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1802 Version) - William Wordsworth

... propagated by pleasure: I would not be misunderstood; but wherever we sympathize with pain it will be found that the sympathy is produced and carried on by subtle combinations with pleasure. We have no knowledge, that is, no general principles drawn ...

The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates - John Milton

... all mortal things, in whose hand soever by apparent signes his testified will is to put it. But certainly if we consider who and what they are, on a suddain grown so pitifull, wee may conclude, thir pitty can be no ...

Of The First And Last Things: 1-16 - Friedrich Nietzsche

... in new knowledge, is the higher; to hold fast to it is manly and evinces courage, directness, endurance. And not only individual men but all mankind will by degrees be uplifted to this manliness when they are finally habituated to ...

On the Future of our Educational Institutions (Chap. 2) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... all, will always be his superior. "We are therefore all the more anxious to hold fast to that German spirit which revealed itself in the German Reformation, and in German music, and which has shown its enduring and genuine strength ...

On the Future of our Educational Institutions (Chap. 4) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... in this way he will unconsciously and gradually feel the metaphysical unity of all things in the great image of nature, and at the same time tranquillise his soul in the contemplation of her eternal endurance and necessity. But how ...

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On the Genealogy of Morals, First Essay - Friedrich Nietzsche

... public report were accepted into heaven groaning in the deepest darkness with Jove himself and alongside those very men who testified on their behalf! They will include governors of provinces who persecuted the name of our Lord burning in flames ...

On the Genealogy of Morals, Second Essay - Friedrich Nietzsche

... to the wilderness, war, wandering around, adventure?suddenly all its instincts were devalued and ?disengaged.? From this point on, these animals were to go on foot and ?carry themselves?; whereas previously they had been supported by the water. A terrible heaviness ...

The Birth of Tragedy (Chap. 11) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... . If now the entire crowd philosophized, administered their lands and goods with tremendous astuteness, and carried on their own legal matters, well then, he claimed, that was to his credit and the achievement of the wisdom which he had drummed ...

The Vision and the Enigma (XLVI) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... knowest not mine abysmal thought! IT?couldst thou not endure!" Then happened that which made me lighter: for the dwarf sprang from my shoulder, the prying sprite! And it squatted on a stone in front of me. There was however a gateway ...

Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 3.9) - Michel de Montaigne

... . 71.] We occupy our thoughts about the general, and about universal causes and conducts, which will very well carry on themselves without our care; and leave our own business at random, and Michael much more our concern than man. Now ...

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On My Way - Etana

... , got to keep on pressing on The battle will be won at the end of the day I?m on my way, I'm on my way Thought the journey is so long I got to carry on I'm on my way, I'm on my way Thought ...

Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... victor he must ever be. For tho? the Giant Ages heave the hill And break the shore, and evermore Make and break, and work their will; Tho? world on world in myriad myriads roll Round us, each with different powers ...

I and My Chimney - Herman Melville

... tobacco as little as she does that of the soot, carries on her war against both. I live in continual dread lest, like the golden bowl, the pipes of me and my chimney shall yet be broken. To stay that mad ...

The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids - Herman Melville

... core he was a right bluff, care-free, right comfortable, and most companionable Englishman. If on a first acquaintance he seemed reserved, quite icy in his air -- patience; this Champagne will thaw. And if it never do, better frozen Champagne than liquid ...

On The Sufferings of The World - Arthur Schopenhauer

... words, a state of life of which it may be said: "It is bad to-day, and it will be worse to-morrow; and so on till the worst of all." If you try to imagine, as nearly as you can ...

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The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 2.2) - Thucydides

... infantry in about forty days; though the soldiers stationed there before remained in the country and carried on the siege of Potidaea. After the second invasion of the Peloponnesians a change came over the ...

Chapter 9: On the Imperfection of the Geological Record - Charles Darwin

... discoveries made every year in Europe prove. No organism wholly soft can be preserved. Shells and bones will decay and disappear when left on the bottom of the sea, where sediment is not accumulating. I believe we are continually taking ...

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