Tell all the world it’ll still be here Can freedom breathe Without an atmosphere? Tell all the world it’ll still be here :Tell all the world: (3x) It’ll still be here Between the mortar and the stone Of politics and lust There lies the sweetest love that’s known The love that’s pounded into dust The final god Sits in his lightning chair And he waits for us To free our measly prayer Our time is short But Time itself don’t care Tell all the world it’ll still be there :Tell all the world: (3x) It’ll still be there. Tell all the world: (3x) It’ll still be here. Between the mortar and the stone Of politics and lust There lies the sweetest love that’s known The love that’s pounded into dust. Argentinian folk singer's debut album, 3 years in the making, features subtle production twists behind a honeyed vocal. Bandcamp New & Notable Dec 28, 2015.
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Tell the World is the second studio album by Swedish singer Pandora, released in Sweden in February 1995 by Virgin Records. The album peaked at number 11 in Sweden. By September 1996, the album had sold over 455,000 copies in Japan alone. Billboard magazine said; "The blonde dance queen Pandora has raised a storm on Scandinavian dance floors over the past two years with her upbeat and direct tracks
Life - and music - have their different chapters, and Ranchers have been turning pages in new places, new directions, for most of the last year or two. But, reading ahead, we see that the story brings us back to the original starting point for a reunion of sorts: Big variety night. Sunday, Dec. 16 @ Linnaea’s Cafe. 1110 Garden Street, SLO. The evening begins at 5:30 and runs ’til 9:00 or so. Admission is free
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Peace: It can mean peace between nations, peace between friends and in the family, or inner peace. Whichever meaning of peace you're looking for, whatever peace you're seeking, the poets have probably described it in words and images. Imagine there's no countries It isn't hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion, too Imagine all the people Living life in peace. 02. of 11. Alfred Noyes: "On the Western Front". Graves of unkown soldier killed during the First World War. Thierry Monasse/Getty Images. Writing from his experience of the devastation of World War I, Edwardian poet Alfred Noyes' well-known "On the Western Front" speaks from the perspective of soldiers buried in graves marked by simple crosses, asking that their deaths not be in vain
Tell all the teachers to open the schools tell all the governments there are new rules tell all the makers of cannons and guns their job is redundant the peace has begun. Tell all the starving the foods on its way tell all the sick we can help them today tell all the homeless and those with no name that all wars have ended we're starting again. Tell all the countries they must act as one tell all the tribes that are under the sun tell all the children the future is clear the fighting is over there's no need to fear