Saying It With Songs

the rights of the remaining songs belonged to E. B. Marks, Leo Feist, Harms, and Remick Music. ... The passage begins following the performance of a chorus from the program's theme number “This Is My Lucky Day,” ...

Author: Katherine Spring

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199842223

Category: Music

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The works of Robert Burns

Ramsay's song , ' Lucky Nansy , ' though he calls it an old song with additions , seems to be all his own , except the chorus , which I should conjec- ture to be part of a song prior to the affair of Williamson . II . [ LUCKY NANSY .

Author: Robert Burns


ISBN: NLS:V001480474


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All Note Long

Lucky kept his voice light, trying to recapture some of their earlier easiness. ... Cover song?” Lucky thought for a second. He wanted something more personal than what Michelin shared with the big audiences.

Author: Annabeth Albert

Publisher: Lyrical Press

ISBN: 9781601835062

Category: Fiction

Page: 347

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Pretty Consort Prince Don t Run away

After Song Chongjing helped Xi Mengyao off the carriage, he did not let go of the time Xi Mengyao was in, but held her hand tightly and brought her to the Lucky Temple. "Don't run around." Song Chongjing said to Xi Mengyao as if his ...

Author: Shui Guoxiaotianxin

Publisher: Funstory

ISBN: 9781648576645

Category: Fiction


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... their own films to cope with how obsessed they are with a song, the general impression is of mankind being gradually overwhelmed by a force it cannot control. I begin to wonder, darkly, if society will ever recover from “Get Lucky.” ...

Author: Caitlin Moran

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 9780062433763

Category: Humor

Page: 352

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As Luck Would Have It

How does luck operate in the music world, where the vagaries of taste can make—or quickly and cruelly break—a song, a star, even a career? In the modern recording industry, successful songs—and stars—are generally not discovered but ...

Author: Joshua Piven

Publisher: Villard

ISBN: 9781588363145

Category: Self-Help

Page: 224

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I've forgotten all those songs, because I haven't sung them for thirty years. I learned them a little, though. “'Oimatsu,” for example, opens with “First of all, the pine is a lucky tree ...” but I can't remember the rest.

Author: Gerald Groemer

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190259051

Category: Music

Page: 320

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