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Randy Newman - "Sail Away"

RANDY NEWMAN – Sail Away (Reprise ’72): Ragtime rock and Dixie roll. Newman’s various personas operate on the levels of Aesopian folktale slinger, lullaby dispenser, sludgy blues schlockmeister, and good old boy philosophizer. 213 more words

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The Waters

The waters passed
beneath my feet
which were dangling
above the waters dark,

I looked down
my reflection cloudy
my hands gripping the sides
of my uncertain life, 195 more words

Prose

Sail away

Reuse art on cardboard

I found an old painting. I ilke it. Makes me remember summer days.

We’re in a rainy month now. We need the rain, but the darkness this time of year gets even darker with the rainy clouds. 12 more words

Annas Art

On A Lonely Pier

On a lonely pier by the bay,

I watch you sailing away,

Carried along by a hateful breeze,

Tortured to sail this endless sea,

I can only hope, stay, and pray, 19 more words

Poems

"In America you'll get food to eat, Won't have to run through the jungle, And scuff up your feet"

“In America you’ll get food to eat
Won’t have to run through the jungle
And scuff up your feet”

— Randy Newman, songwriter, musician, lyricist, from the song “Sail Away”. 

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