Arms Wide Open

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Creed (band) - History - Human Clay and Marshall's Departure (1998–2000)
... album's release, follow-up singles were released "With Arms Wide Open," "What If," and "Are You Ready." The first three of those topped radio charts, giving Creed ... later go on to win their first, and to date only, Grammy Award for "With Arms Wide Open" for Best Rock Song in 2001 ... such as lucid dreaming ("Higher") and fatherhood ("With Arms Wide Open"), as well as darker, more violent themes such as sexual abuse ("Wash Away Those ...
With Arms Wide Open
... "With Arms Wide Open" is a song composed by the band Creed, featured on the album Human Clay ... In September, it was announced that Creed would release a limited edition single of "With Arms Wide Open" with some profits benefiting Scott Stapp's With Arms Wide Open Foundation to "prom ...
Wide Boy
... Wide boy is a British term for a man who lives by his wits, wheeling and dealing ... The word "wide" is in this sense means wide-awake or sharp-witted ... attention in 1937 with the publication of Wide Boys Never Work by Robert Westerby, a novel about gamblers and hustlers ...
With Arms Wide Open - Maxi-Single Track Listing
... "With Arms Wide Open (New Version)" "Wash Away Those Years" "One" "With Arms Wide Open (Strings Version)" "With Arms Wide Open (Video - Viewable on PC)" ...
Wide Release
... Wide release is a term in the American motion picture industry for a motion picture that is playing nationally (as opposed to a few cinemas in cities such as New York and Los Angeles) ... Specifically, a movie is considered to be in wide release when it is on 600 screens or more in the United States and Canada ... In the US, films holding an NC-17 rating almost never have a wide release ...

Famous quotes containing the words open, arms and/or wide:

    For it is not possible to join serpentine wisdom with columbine innocency, except men know exactly all the conditions of the serpent: his baseness and going upon his belly, his volubility and lubricity, his envy and sting, and the rest; that is, all forms and natures of evil: for without this, virtue lieth open and unfenced.
    Francis Bacon (1561–1626)

    In Arms not worse, in foresight much advanc’t,
    We may with more successful hope resolve
    To wage by force or guile eternal Warr
    Irreconcileable, to our grand Foe,
    John Milton (1608–1674)

    Under that wide hearth
    a nest of rattlers,
    they’ll knot a hundred together,
    had wintered and were coming awake.
    The warming rock
    flushed them out early.
    Robert Morgan (b. 1944)