Crystal castles courtship dating instrumental
Crystal castles courtship dating instrumental
In the Hebrew Bible we do see the circle ratio appears as three... This song is about excessive corporate sponsorships and the commercialization of baseball. There's the NBC Peacock right fielder He threw the Exxon's runner out in the dirt And you really can't tell Who's playing for Shell 'Cause they've all got different logos on their shirts... “Find, find the value of pi, starts 3 point 1 4 1 5 9... This song is said to be inspired by the Stephen King novel, The Stand. Song is a flashback to the 1970's with references made to am radio, eight track tapes and popular culture of that era. You'll crack'em up when you stand in front of all the crazy mirrors...
"She stands in the face of evil and will not lose hope or faith. Still the home of the brave..." By Hank Williams Jr.. Written in response to the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks. When I think of all the things youve done it always makes me proud. 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. "Don't care where you come from, as long as you're a black man, you're an African. Song is about the first bombing of a civilian target by an enemy aircraft. A person has difficulty "letting go" and moving on from a relationship. It stays inside for years and years before it starts to kill. A tongue-in-cheek song about Canadian musician Alainis Morissette. A hundred and eighty were challenged by Travis to die by the line that he drew with his sword when the battle was nigh Hey, Santa Anna were killing your soldiers below By Barenaked Ladies. "Here is a story about a sinner, he used to be a winner who enjoyed a life of prominence and position. Flowers for the good times and booze for the bad... Song is about making the most of your time here on Earth and being thankful for what you have. Some days sure are lonely days and time can move too slow. From the 1983 concept album "Dancing For Mental Health" performed and produced by portrait photographer Lynn Goldsmith in collaboration with Sting, Steve Winwood, Todd Rundgren and other recording artists. Relates to the the topic Pan-Africanism and the group OAU . Mix in the dirt of brother's blood..." By Crosby, Stills & Nash. About the health hazards of agent orange, a herbicide used in the Vietnam War. This agent orange from Vietnam, we carry it with us still. Fought to save the Alamo, their lives was what it cost... Song is about The Alamo, where in April of 1836 a small band of Texans held out against the Mexican army of General Lopez de Santa Anna. A well respected and successful individual turns to alcohol to deal with life's stresses and ends up ruining his marriage and life. About "unhealthy escapism", using substances in order to forget your problems. Some dead flowers and a bottle of vodka on the kitchen table. "The sign says "families welcome" at the Oaks Retirement Home. Ruby Wilson lives in 303 where she spends most of her time...she's all dressed up watching and waiting but no one comes. Song (Live version), begins with audio excerpt of Winston Churchill. Song deals with a teenager who is depressed and starts to have suicidal thoughts. Is Christ just a name that you read in a book when you were in school? Well I've seen the truth, yes I've seen the light and I've changed my ways. H-I-V will progress to A-I-D-S And transform your warm blooded bones to dry flesh By stressing the immune system Promiscuous men and women trying to avoid getting the micro-organism in them from running up in it raw Ready and willing, a couple of minutes of a good feeling is what'll kill them Break ya body down in steps, breath for breath In the hospital wit less then a dozen T-cells left..." By Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell. To keep me from getting to you..." By Michael Sweet. References made to hangovers, violence, intoxication and driving while intoxicated. Singers mentioned include Hank Williams Sr., Elvis Presley, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and Gram Parsons. Song is a tribute to musician Alex Chilton who played with underground pop band Big Star and 1960's pop band The Box Tops. Children by the million sing for Alex Chilton when he comes 'rond... Song is about environmental awareness and the serenity and beauty of nature. Did you ever see the beauty of the hills of Carolina? Did you ever stop to think about the air you're breathin'? Lord take me before they're gone..." By Uncle Dave Macon. A person has a difficult time accepting or coming to terms with the end of a relationship. From the Monty Python film "Life of Brian" this song stands out in stark contrast to the "heavy, political stuff" normally associated with the artist. If life seems jolly rotten, there's something you've forgotten And that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing When you're feeling in the dumps, don't be silly chumps Just purse your lips and whistle, that's the thing, and... "Try to make a difference, try to love, try to understand. To absent friends this one's for you..." By Iron Maiden. Is God just a thought within your head or is he part of you? Yo, yo, now that millions is dead I'm considered widespread Number one on the top ten and considered a world wide threat... Although we are miles apart, if you ever need a helping hand, I'll be there on the double as fast as I can..." Song could also be adapted for a lesson/activity about various notable geographic features of the earth. There ain't no mountain high enough, Ain't no valley low enough, Ain't no river wide enough. About having a positive outlook on life, striving for your goals and not letting negative people influence your way of thinking. About the negative effects associated with abusing alcohol. A man laments over his drinking problem and realizes that death is imminent if he doesn't overcome his addiction. About various people in the music industry who made it big but died before their time due to substance abuse. Was born a son to Philip of Macedon, the legend his name was Alexander..." By The Repacements. Out in Bethlehem they're killing time filling out forms, standing in line..." By Lynyrd Skynyrd. "Cause we're already one, our little son won't let us forget..." By Bon Jovi. This song is about optimism and the power of positive thinking. Song is about optimism, having a positive outlook on life and believing in yourself and others. A man neglects his wife as he climbs the ladder of success.
Your so called friends want to act just a little funny. He thinks you changed because of a dollar sign..." By Lee Ann Womack. Ascending and turning our spitfires to face them, heading straight for them I press down my guns.." By Tourniquet. The burn of death is what you crave..." By Tracy Chapman. Inspired by actual events taking place in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. This song is about living a healthy lifestyle, striving for goals, the importance of friendship and remaining drug and alcohol free. And I feel proud of all my friends when I see them working for their dreams... It's the only way to be..." By Allman Bothers Band. You see I've always been a fighter but without you I give up... About regret, taking someone's love for granted, and trying to redeem yourself."... I'll face whatever comes my way, savor each moment of the day. That's why there's always tomorrow to start all over again..." By Al Stewart. With the blink of an eye you finally see the light... Her plane fell in the ocean, far away..." By Jewel. I wrote this indirectly for Kurt Cobain, but more precisely for the angst he represented. Written in remembrance of a loved one who had passed away. About the air campaign over Britain during WWII, told from an RAF pilots point of view. Bandits at 8 O'clock move in behind us, ten ME-109's out of the sun. Squirm yourself much deeper into the pit of selfishness. On the back streets of America they kill the dream of America. And I'll be prepared when you're lonely and scared at the end of our days..." By Iron Maiden. About devotion and the power of love over time, and across the miles. Song promotes abstinence, respecting yourself and your body and waiting to become sexually active. I never travel far without a little Big Star..." By Arlo Guthrie. Song was written in the 1930's after Wall Street crashed sending people to the poor house and sparking the Great Depression. Now this is the truth and it certainly exposes that Wall Street's proposition is not all roses. I lost it all and it left me sore..." By Monty Harper. Every time I look in his face I can't believe how love lasts a while... He feels that his love for the other person will last forever. It's been raining since you left me, now I'm drowning in the flood. Always look on the bright side of life Always look on the bright side of life..." By Willie Nelson. Instead of just giving up, I use the power at my command ... A response song to the September 11th tragedy in New York City. More joined the action with arctan series and continued fractions...” By Don Mc Lean. She says now on these streets Charles you got to understand the rules. Keep on dreaming the American dream..." By Adam Wyle. The Chinese got it really keen: three-five-five over one thirteen! It's the sport that built this country A great pitch by any other name and it won't take long to sell you on America's national game Bank America's national game" By L. In your long line of successes tell me where do I belong By "Weird Al" Yankovic. A satire of Amish culture, with numerous references to specific beliefs and practices. But that's just perfect for an Amish like me, Ya know, I shun fancy things like electricity At in the mornin' I'm milkin' cows... It pulses through his ice cold blood, a whole world to devour! From the "Dog Day Afternoon" soundtrack this song is about yearning and desire. Oh if only I could nestle in the cradle of your cabin My arms around your shoulders the windows wide and open While the swallow and the sycamore are playing in the valley Oh I miss you amoreena like a king bee misses honey Lately Ive been thinking how much I miss my lady Amoreenas in the cornfield brightening the daybreak..." By Canned Heat.