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William Myers / Harlan And Belmont - Asleep In The Deep / The Blue Jay And The Thrush FLAC album


Performer: William Myers
Genre: Pop music
Title: Asleep In The Deep / The Blue Jay And The Thrush
Style: Vocal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1903 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1840 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1399 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 145
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Edison blue amberol 2396, 1914 Played on Edison Amberola 5. Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 1 мар. 2016 г. Edison blue amberol 2396, 1914 Played on Edison Amberola 50. Категория. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

Asleep in the Deep" is a song written by Arthur J. Lamb and composed by Henry W. Petrie in 1897. It is titled after a refrain at the end of the song. The phrase "asleep in the deep" refers to those who have drowned. The lyrics alludes to those who have met such a fate, while at sea. 'Stormy the night and the waves roll high, bravely the ship doth ride;Hark! 'While the lighthouse bell's solemn cry rings :'o'er the sullen tide.

Harlan was the son of the director Veit Harlan and the actress Hilde Körber. He was raised in Berlin. Through his father's prominence in the Nazi regime, he met Joseph Goebbels. At eight years old, he was brought along to visit Adolf Hitler. In 1942 the family was evacuated to Zakopane, then to a country estate in Sławno. He returned to Berlin in 1945.

The Blue Jay And The Thrush Written-By – Joe Belmont. First pressed in 1916. Matrix, Runout (Side R label): 4017 Matrix, Runout (Side L label): 4086.

Sing me to sleep Sing me to sleep I'm tired and I I want to go to bed Sing me to sleep Sing me to sleep And then leave me alone Don't try to wake me in the morning 'Cause I will be gone. Don't feel bad for me I want you to know Deep in the cell of my heart I will feel so glad to go. Sing me to sleep Sing me to sleep I don't want to wake up On my own anymore Sing to me Sing to me I don't want to wake up On my own anymore  . Asleep tells of the narrator’s desire to die. In his pain and sorrow he wishes to be comforted as he drifts peacefully into death. The song was originally released as the b-side for the single The Boy With The Thorn In His Side, and was later released in the compilation albums The World Wont Listen and Louder Than Bombs.

An aged thrush, frail, gaunt, and small, In blast-beruffled plume, Had chosen thus to fling his soul. Upon the growing gloom. One of the most renowned poets and novelists in English literary history, Thomas Hardy was born in 1840 in the English village of Higher Bockhampton in the county of Dorset Read Full Biography. More About this Poet.

Lyrics to "Asleep In The Deep" song by Mastodon: The moment you walked in the room, my friend the demons, they all went away be careful, they're only. Build up the walls around this house and dig out the rot in the floor block out the entrance with brick and stone and mortar that's made from coal. Crawl into this hole I've made transform these feelings of fear. I'm on fire say you'll remember her voice and I can't get you out of my mind. Loose lips have fallen on deaf ears loose lips have fallen on blind eyes. An ocean of sorrow surrounds this home I hope that we make it to shore as time chips away at the fortress walls it seems that we weathered the storm. The sun begins to show itself revealing victory

Asleep is found on the album The World Won't Listen. Found on more albums: The Boy with the Thorn in His Side Louder Than Bombs The Sound of the Smiths Singles Box Complete Complete Louder Than Bombs. Sing me to sleep Sing me to sleep And then leave me alone Don't try to wake me in the morning 'Cause I will be gone Don't feel bad for me I want you to know Deep in the cell of my heart I will feel so glad to go. Sing me to sleep Sing me to sleep I don't want to wake up On my own anymore. Sing to me Sing to me I don't want to wake up On my own anymore. Don't feel bad for me I want you to know Deep in the cell of my heart I really want to go. There is another world There is a better world Well, there must be Well, there must be Well, there must be Well, there must.

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R William Myers Asleep In The Deep
Written-By – Lamb*, Petrie*
L Harlan And Belmont The Blue Jay And The Thrush
Written-By – Joe Belmont

Notes

First pressed in 1916

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side R label): 4017
  • Matrix / Runout (Side L label): 4086