Songs Performed

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List Of The Naked Brothers Band Episodes - Episodes - Season 3: 2008–09
... Songs Performed "Blueberry Cotton", "Scary World", "Face In The Hall", "I Don't Want To Go To School", "Your Smile" Music Composed by Nat Wolff (Lead ... Songs Performed "I Feel Alone", "Curious", "Got No Mojo" Music Composed by Nat Wolff (Lead Vocals, Lyrics, Guitar, Piano) Music Produced by Michael Wolff, Michael A ... Songs Performed "Little Old Nita", "Body I Occupy" Music Composed by Nat Wolff Music Produced by Michael Wolff, Michael A ...
Stadium Arcadium Tour - Songs Performed
... Magik "Apache Rose Peacock" "Blood Sugar Sex Magik" "Funky Monks" "Give It Away" "The Greeting Song" "I Could Have Lied" If You Have to Ask" "Sir Psycho Sexy" "Suck My Kiss" "They're Red Hot "Un ...
Last Road Trip Download Series - Set Lists
... The band decided to go back to their roots and play a lot of older songs which had not been performed in a while ... The noticeable exception was the album Brand New Day which only had the song Incarnate played from it ... breakdown is as follows McLaren Furnace Room - 7 of 12 songs performed at least once In The Trees - 8 of 12 songs performed at least once Brand New Day - 1 of 11 ...
List Of The Raccoons Characters - History - Music
... The series had a New Wave soundtrack including the theme song "Run With Us" by cast member Lisa Lougheed, which was covered by Spray in 2004 ... Season 1 ended with a different version of the song, not sung by Lougheed ... "Run With Us" was performed in Season 1 by Stephen Lunt ...

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    On a cloud I saw a child,
    And he laughing said to me,

    “Pipe a song about a Lamb”;
    So I piped with merry chear.
    “Piper pipe that song again”—
    So I piped, he wept to hear.

    “Drop thy pipe thy happy pipe
    Sing thy songs of happy chear”;
    So I sung the same again
    While he wept with joy to hear.
    William Blake (1757–1827)