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(Parody of the written prose "Desiderata" by Max Ehrmann.  This was written by Christopher Guest of "Spinal Tap" fame.  The narator is Norman Rose,
(Parody of the written prose "Desiderata" by Max Ehrmann.  This was written by Christopher Guest of "Spinal Tap" fame.  The narator is Norman Rose,
leg

Remember that big fluke
When you said, Yes I do
Back by the creek

On top of her
Once a lame
Flood's will come
Can't feel my leg
Nation Album of Ace Of Base
The Unholy bands from the holyland [Album] - Compiliation.
Cause Of Death by Obituary
Deicide Album by Deicide
AMON's
This song was first released on the John Denver Album. It is the only album it has been released on.

Life is so good
Life is so good these days
This is a public service announcement brought to you in part by Slim Shady.
The views and events expressed here are totally fucked,
And are not
This is a public service announcement brought to you in part by Slim Shady.
The views and events expressed here are totally f***ed,
And are not
This song appears on two albums, and was first released on the Windsong album, and has also been released on the Country Classics album.


Sing songs
album was The Chronic (nigga)
They want to know if he still got it
They say rap's changed
They wanna know how I feel about it
(If you ain't up
album was The Chronic (Nigga)
They want to know if he still got it
They say rap's changed
They wanna know how I feel about it
(If you ain't up
The Phoenix
The Phoenix

Aye yo what's good?
Man, this ya guy Lyfe Jennings, once again, man
I just want to start off by sayin', 'Thank you'
smoked
Or fuck with me and smoke too

Yellow Album so good
Niggas thought it was a fluke
Niggas thought I was on the juice
Yeah nigga it was
No one believes me
Someone conceived me
A fluke in the night of obscurity
Played by millions simulcast by a few
A city no lights such a great
album was The Chronic (nigga)
They want to know if he still got it
They say rap's changed
They wanna know how I feel about it
(If you ain't up
sky 
A twitching eye 
Needing only one thing to get by 
Let it hide 
Fall to the side 
Try to do it in but it won´t die 
Don´t be seen 
Keep it
second album
One dozen melodies to listen
Include this number
Keeping in company

Well, hoping that this record sells
Singing by our wishing well
forgot
Park your car by the edge of town
Television sound way down
Long overdue
Things we said we'd do
Photo album renaissance
Photo album
Like nothing
Like thin air
This disappears
We won't give up
Worth something
Yet nothing
It takes a fluke to hit the eye

We're hanging out in
About the time the late and great Jimmie Rodgers
Career came to an end
Another young fella by the name of Bob Wills
Was makin' preparations to become
for a fluke,
Waiting for a sign by now boggle eyed,
If I believe I will receive 
Leaning on the ever lasting tree,
Hanging in the hands of fate down
I don't think any Christmas album would be complete
Without telling, in song, the most beautiful and inspiring story ever told
The story
This was an instrumental piece composed by orchestral string arranger/composer Paul Buckmaster and has no lyrics . It featured on the 1971 album
years! 
This ain't no fluke  this pure deep talent. 
Thirteen motherfucking years! 
I know what to do to knock your stupid ass 
So bad you ain't no
Poor White Folks [Instrumental]


Uncle Pen Album
By Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys

The entire album is 'Instrumental'. These include tracks:
1.
-originally featured on the "In The Nightside Eclipse" album under
The
Title "Inno a Satana".
Original music & arrangements by Insahn & Samoth.