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I Saw it on T.V.

They sent us home to watch the show comin' on the little screen
A man named Ike was in the white house, big black limousine
There were many shows that followed, from 'Hooter' to 'Doodyville'
Though I saw them all I can't recall which cartoon was real
 
The coon-skin caps, Yankee bats, the Hound Dog man's big start
The A-Bomb fears, Annette had ears, I lusted in my heart
A young man from Boston set sail the new frontier
And we watched the Dream dead-end in Dallas
They buried innocence that year
 
I know it's true, oh so true
'Cause I saw it on T.V.
 
We gathered round to hear the sound comin' on the little screen
The grief had passed, the old men laughed, and all the girls screamed
'Cause four guys from England took us all by the hand
It was time to laugh, time to sing, time to join the band
 
But all too soon, we hit the moon, and covered up the sky
They built their bombs, and aimed their guns, and still I don't know why
The dominoes tumbled and big business roared
Every night at six, they showed the pictures and counted up the score
 
I know it's true, oh so true
'Cause I saw it on T.V.
 
The old man rocks among his dreams, a prisoner of the porch
'The light' he says
'At the end of the tunnel was nothin' but a burglar's torch'
And them that was caught in the cover are all rich and free
But they chained my mind to an endless tomb
When they took my only son from me
 
I know it's true, oh so true
'Cause I saw it on T.V.
I know it's true, oh so true
'Cause I saw it on T.V.
 
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Copshawholme Fair

On a fine eve'n fair in the month of Avril
O'er the hill came the man with the blythe sunny smile
And the folks they were throngin' the roads everywhere
Makin' haste to be in at Copshawholme Fair

I've seen 'em a-comin' in from the mountains and glens
Those rosy-faced lasses and strappin' young men
With a joy in their heart and unburdened o' care
A'meetin' old friends at Copshawholme Fair

There are lads for the lasses, there's toys for the bairns
There jugglers and tumblers and folks with no arms
There's a balancing act here and a fiddler there
There are nut-men and spice-men at Copshawholme Fair

There are peddlers and potters and gingerbread stands
There are peepshows and poppin-darts and the green caravans
There's fruit from all nations exhibited there
With kale plants from Orange at Copshawholme Fair

And now above all the hiring if you want to hear tell
You should ken it as afar I've seen it myself
What wages they adle it's ill to declare
The muckle they vary at Copshawholme Fair

Just the gal I have seen she's a strapping young queen
He asked what her age was and where she had been
What work she'd been doin', how long she'd been there
What wages she wanted at Copshawholme Fair

Just then the bit lass stood a wee while in gloom
And she blushed and she scraped with her feet on the ground
Then she plucked up her heart and did stoutly declare
Well, a five pound and turn at Copshawholme Fair

Says he, but me lass, that's a very big wage
Then he'd turning about like he been in a rage
Says, I'll give ye five pounds but I'll give ye nay mare
Well I think him and tuck it at Copshawholme Fair

He took out a shilling but to haul the bit wench
In case it might enter her head for to flinch
But she grabbed it muttering I should have had mare
But I think I will tuck it at Copshawholme Fair

Now the hirin's o'er and off they all sprang
Into the ballroom for to join in the throng
And 'I Never Will Lie With My Mammy Nae Mair'
The fiddles play briskly at Copshawholme Fair

Now this is the fashion they thus passed the day
Till the night comin' on they all hurry away
And some are so sick that they'll never join more
With the fighting and dancing at Copshawholme Fair

Sonnet XXII

Luisant Soleil, que tu es bien heureus,
De voir tousiours de t’Amie la face :
Et toy, sa seur, qu’Endimion embrasse,
Tant te repais de miel amoureus.

Mars voit Venus : Mercure auentureus
De Ciel en Ciel, de lieu en lieu se glasse :
Et Iupiter remarque en mainte place
Ses premiers ans plus gays et chaleureus.

Voilà du Ciel la puissante harmonie,
Qui les esprits diuins ensemble lie :
Mais s’ils auoient ce qu’ils ayment lointein,

Leur harmonie et ordre irreuocable
Se tourneroit en erreur variable,
Et comme moy travailleroient en vain.

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*** en français moderne ***

Luisant Soleil, que tu es bienheureux
De voir toujours de t'Amie la face !
Et toi, sa soeur, qu'Endymion embrasse,
Tant te repais de miel amoureux !

Mars voit Vénus ; Mercure aventureux
De Ciel en Ciel, de lieu en lieu se glace ;
Et Jupiter remarque en mainte place
Ses premiers ans plus gais et chaleureux.

Voilà du Ciel la puissante harmonie,
Qui les esprits divins ensemble lie ;
Mais, s'ils avaient ce qu'ils aiment lointain,

Leur harmonie et ordre irrévocable
Se tournerait en erreur variable,
Et comme moi travailleraient en vain.

Concubine

Dear, I'll stay gold just to keep these pasts at bay
To keep the loneliest of nights from claiming you
And to keep these longest of days from waking you
For I felt the greatest of winters coming
And I saw you as seasons shifting from blue to grey
That's where the coldest of these days await me
And distance lays her heavy head beside me
There I'll stay gold, forever gold

Thinking of A Place

It was back in Little Bend that I saw you
Light was changing on the water
Where birds above it flown
 
There was pain in your eyes
So you vanished in the night
Missouri River in the distance
So I lied upon the lawn
 
I remember walking against the darkness of the beach
Love is like a ghost in the distance, ever-reached
Travel through the night because there is no fear
Alone but right behind until I watched you disappear
 
I'm moving through the dark
Of a long black night
Just moving with the moon
And the light it shines
And I'm thinking of a place
And it feels so very real
Just moving through the dark
 
Once I had a dream I was falling from the sky
Coming down like running water
Passing by myself alight
In the morning, I would wake to the sound of summer falls
Like little whispers through the signs
 
I'm moving through the dark
Of a long black night
And I'm looking at the moon
And the light it shines
But I'm thinking of a place
And it feels so very real
Oh, it was so full of love!
 
Come and take my hand, babe
There's a turn in the road that we've been taking
But it'll set you free
Because there's a rhythm in the way that we've been moving
Yeah, there's a darkness over there, but we ain't going
 
See it through through my eyes
Walk me to the water
Hold my hand and something turns to me
Love me every night
Drown me in the water
Hold my hand and there's something turning me
See it through my eyes
Love me like no other
And hold my hand and something turns to me
And turns me into you
 
Lead me through the light
Pull me from the water
Hold my hand and something turns to me
Turns me into you
Just see it through my eyes
Love me like no there
Hold my hand and something turns to me
Turns me into you
Turn to me
Into you