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... version outshined the ballad version in full song downloads, debuting at number three on iTunes Japan whereas the ballad version debuted at number four ... "Flavor Of Life" also rose to number one on Chaku-Uta's full song download chart, and by March 8, 2007, it had finally reached number one on Chaku-Uta's composite chart, as well ... fell out of the top five on both Chaku-Uta and iTunes a month after release, the full version has stayed at number one on iTunes and in the top five on Chaku-Uta full song ...
... 1) Pia - A Maelstrom 2) Gil Gun - A.U Ready? 3) Crying Nut - Astral Song 4) HEaDTriP - Beat # No ... Old Couples (Short Term Memory version) 36) Yahpp - Yasangma 37) Full Song Pia - A Maelstrom 38) Full Song Gil Gun - A.U Ready? 39) Full Song Crying Nut - Astral Song 40) Full Song. 4 41) Full Song Taiji Boys - Come Back Home 42) Full Song Som2 - Deja Vu 43) Full Song Drunken Tiger - Emergency 44) Full Song Seo Taiji - Feel the Soul 45 ...
... Your Television" "Universally Speaking" "Venice Queen" "Warm Tape" "The Zephyr Song" Other (non-album songs) "Fela's Cock" "Havana Affair" (The Ramones) "Search and Destroy" "Soul to Squeeze" "Time ... Gang) "Red Hot Mama" (Parliament-Funkadelic) "Red Tape" (Circle Jerks) (full song) "Ride Into the Sun" (The Velvet Underground) "Rock and Roll" (Led Zeppelin) "Rocky" (Butthol ...
... During breeding season, the males resort to full song to court the females ... Full song is a loud, clear, and continuous song which can last for more than 30 minutes with very brief pauses ... Full song is typically sung from the canopy or an emergent tree ...
Famous quotes containing the words song and/or full:
“Tell her that goes
With song upon her lips
But sings not out the song, nor knows
The maker of it, some other mouth,
May be as fair as hers,”
—Ezra Pound (18851972)
“Until the sky is the limit [for women], as it is for men, men as well as women will suffer, because all society is affected when half of it is denied equal opportunity for full development.”
—Mary Barnett Gilson (1877?)