Winter's on the wing. Here's a fine spring morn'. Comin' clean through the night. From the May I say. Winter's taken flight. Sweepin' dark cold air. Out to sea, spring is born.
When I am down and, oh my soul, so weary. When troubles come and my heart burdened be. Then, I am still and wait here in the silence. Until you come and sit awhile with me.
Can't it be a dream. Surely it does seem. Like a frightful dream. How can this be true. . Won't her mother come. Come, wake her up to play. Won't her father say.
Now I see you in the window of a carraige, then a train. Still my mind cannot accept that, in your grave you must remain. I hear your voice, then turn and see a stranger's form and face.
Hey ho, hello there Mary. Hey ho, hello there. And why are you in such bad temper. the garden is dead, Dickon. its the most forgotten place I have ever seen.
DREAMERS:. And the master hears the whispers. On the stairways dark and still,. And the spirits speak of secrets. In the house upon the hill.. . Scene: Archibald's Dressing Room.
Nothing is promised to me and you. So why will we let this thing go. Baby I promise that I'll stay true. Don't let nobody say it ain't so. And baby I promise.
I need a place where I can go. Where I can whisper what I know. Where I can whisper who I like. And where I go to see them. . I need a place where I can hide.
MAJOR HOLMES:. Close the shutters. And lock the doors,. . ALBERT:. Brace the windows. As in it pours.. . FAKIR:. Candles only the ones you carry!. . LIEUTENANT SHAW:.
Someone is crying, just now I heard them. Someone in this house is crying, why won't they tell me?. I know they're lying, someone here is lost, or mad.
Yea Its 50. 1 shot 1 kill whats the deal, yea whats the deal. Chorus:. listen, lil homie when it rains it pours. hollow tips and talans when it rains it pours.
Ag breacadh an lae do chumar ag siúl. Aoibhneas an tsaoil amach romhainn. Clocha draíochta chomh geal lenár súile. Casán ag glioscarnach dúinn. . Suaimhneas na coillte is ceol inár gcroithe.
Sleepsong. With Saoirse. Lay down your head and I'll sing you a lullaby. Back to the years of loo-li lai-lay. And I'll sing you to sleep and I'll sing you tomorrow.