The letters of one word in each line of the song are rearranged to form other words. Song deals with issues related to religious beliefs and questions about the after life.
She robbed and she plundered and thought it was great fun This song is about a man who becomes too sick to work, "cut loose" by his employer he ends up homeless and living on the streets.
Song is about the love and special bond between a father and his infant daughter. I've seen a scarecrow wrapped in wire. Shovels pour dirt into your face. And the board of directors in the city have instructed us to take the farm from you She is objectified by year-old Sammy, who notes the shapely contours of her figure and the seductiveness of the straps that have slipped off her shoulders.
About a person wandering aimlessly in the Badlands region range of the United States. References made to paranoia and the health consequences of drug use. At the end of the story, he quits his job in an effort to be a hero to the girls and as a way of rebelling against a strict society.
If you would not have fallen then I would not have found you A fun tribute to the anagram. Going through your garbage like a pack of hounds She created the spectral class system we all love and use today!
Your place of birth has many names. Song is about environmental awareness and the serenity and beauty of nature. Song was originally conceived as part of the Lifehouse Project.
Songs on the album promote a positive mental health message and deal with the importance of goal setting, self-confidence, self-esteem, self-image, and not being afraid to strive for your dreams and desires.
As strata of rock shift, your fingers elongate, and your teeth are distended sideways in a great underground grimace indistinguishable from a strip of chalk. You never walked away When I needed you to stay Or made me feel I'm not the one There've been no broken vows And there reason we're here now Is all the things we've never done We've never grown apart You never broke my heart With secrets that you've kept me from We've never been untrue And I'm still here with you Through all the things we've never done.
War had changed her whole world. Artist wrote this song for her two brothers, Alan and Shawn, who died from cystic fibrosis. But mostly, no one comes 'cept on the weekends. In the sixteenth century there was a French philosopher by the name of Nostradamus. Elvis Presley, he came up from Jackson.
I feel like letting my freak flag fly You might get cancer of the liver, you might get cancer of the skin.
Song was written in honor of artist's daughter, Emily. What you call the diseaseI call the remedy. A satire of Amish culturewith numerous references to specific beliefs and practices.
Some days sure are lonely days and time can move too slow. He later was convicted of killing and eating his companions in order to survive.
More boring by the day. A politician or public figurecaught in the act."Pigeon Feathers," published in when the author was 29, is one of the half-dozen Updike stories I retained a strong impression of, from a past reading, before beginning this project.
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