Let's Play a Game.

Hi Ruth

I guess Skellig

quote:
Originally posted by Ruth:
Guess this one:
"The waves would wash my tears"



Hi Cintia

My guess will be Never Ending Road

quote:
Originally posted by Cintia:
Try this....is too easy this time "...we hold in the palm of our hands


...and a new one from me:

Pray for their souls who died for love
Ruth..."In the church just down the street" are from......Dickens Dublin (Parallel Dreams)

But Anxious 2 ....really you caught me ...i have no idea Frowner ainssssss I must hear all my disk again!!!!!

Well like Ruth said to me: "make us suffer" I am going to try something different:
Try to find the lost word and the song......"And I ......... why"....lol I am badddddd!!!!!!
Hi Cintia!^^

you have to make us suffer more... Big Grin

the missing word is WONDERED, and the song is...

The Gates of Istambul.... Roll Eyes

It´s only a joke!!!.
It´s from The old ways!!^^ Big Grin

I have another one, but easier than yours.

Try to find the missing word and the song:

"keep ....... suspended"

I hope you liked it!!^^

Thanks!!!!!!^^
This is actually fun Big Grin

Great idea Cintia

Well lilymaid I think the missing word must be "heartbeats" from the song Marrakesh Night Market.


My shot...

Saying "..... shall we shelter ..... shall we sleep?"
(it's the same word)

quote:
Originally posted by lilymaid:
Try to find the missing word and the song:

"keep ....... suspended"

I hope you liked it!!^^

Thanks!!!!!!^^
This is actually fun

Great idea Cintia


Well lilymaid my guess on the missing word will be "heartbeats" from the song Marrakesh Night Market

Here's my shot...

Saying "..... shall we shelter ..... shall we sleep?"
(it's the same word)

quote:
Originally posted by lilymaid:
Try to find the missing word and the song:

"keep ....... suspended"

I hope you liked it!!^^

Thanks!!!!!!^^
Hi Lilymaid:

You are badest than me !!!!! I like that!!!!!
bad girl, very bad girl....lol but .....the answer is: tachannnnnn " heartbeats " from "Marrakech Night Market".......

And now really something difficult in POLAC...lol.If my traductor don´t lie to me..

"My zostawiliśmy muzykę tył i taniec odbywany"

Lol...really Who is bad? Mad Big Grin
"...From the east and the west she's a'blowing..."

The song is Kellswater, from the album Elemental.

And Lilymaid, your missing word is "heartbeats", and the song is Marrakesh Night Market, from The Mask and Mirror.

Cintia, your idea of looking for a word instead a phrase is very good. Smiler

Try this:
"So......memories"
quote:
Originally posted by Ruth:
"...From the east and the west she's a'blowing..."

The song is Kellswater, from the album Elemental.


You're right Ruth Smiler


quote:
Originally posted by Ruth:
Try this:
"So......memories"


I guess it could be "gathers" from the song Courtyard Lullaby ?


And another one from me...

a man who ..... so much for thee
Alright I figured it out.

Just to tease you back Cintia (or prove I'm even bader) I'll state my answer in danish.
The sentence "My zostawiliśmy muzykę tył i taniec odbywany" is taken from the song Gammel Skik
Try to figure that out... Razzer

(I'm not giving you a new one, since no-one has answered my previous yet)
Hi Ramona

I'm not speaking welsh. So I figured I'd try to look the words up on the net.
I found out that "balf" means "palm" or "hand".
And I think that "'n" = yn which means "in"
"'n barod" means "already" (this made me a little doubtful...)
But my suggestion to Buais 'n barod am 'ch balf must be Dreams we hold in the palm of our hands


I think I will go back to Ginas idea... (posted July 27, 2008)

Travelling alone, it is strange not to be able to have a conversation with anyone, but one learns how much can be conveyed through actions, body language, a look in the eye...
quote:
Originally posted by Anxious 2:
Hi Ramona

I'm not speaking welsh. So I figured I'd try to look the words up on the net.
I found out that "balf" means "palm" or "hand".
And I think that "'n" = yn which means "in"
"'n barod" means "already" (this made me a little doubtful...)
But my suggestion to Buais 'n barod am 'ch balf must be Dreams we hold in the palm of our hands


Hi Anxious 2,

You got the hand part right, but that is not the right line. I don't speak Welsh either (I'm just obsessed with Wales), I used an on-line translator. Good try though!
do people not like this game anymore?
was I not clear enough?
for those of you who haven't been here (like me), I think what you do is skip a word in a line, and someone has to guess not only what the word is, but what song the completed line is from. for example, if the line was "and...sits my mother the queen" the missing word is "yonder" and the song is The Bonny Swans!(someone please correct me if I'm wrong)

my line, again is "all the...in the forest"
sorry if I've confused you all!
Hello Jesse

Your description is correct I think. At least I understand it as you.

I've been away some time...
Here's my guess:

birds must be the word, and from the song called Bonny Portmore


I think I will go back to the original suggestion of this game...
See if you can guess this song:

will find right honour there


quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
do people not like this game anymore?
was I not clear enough?
for those of you who haven't been here (like me), I think what you do is skip a word in a line, and someone has to guess not only what the word is, but what song the completed line is from. for example, if the line was "and...sits my mother the queen" the missing word is "yonder" and the song is The Bonny Swans!(someone please correct me if I'm wrong)

my line, again is "all the...in the forest"
sorry if I've confused you all!
Hello Anxious 2!
this was a lot easier than I thought!
I didn't recognize the line, so I thought that it must be one from a song off an album that I haven't heard yet. seeing as the only LM albums I haven't heard yet are Live in Paris and Toronto, An Ancient Muse and A Midwinter Night's Dream, I figured that it must be An Ancient Muse as Live in Paris and Toronto is made up entirely of songs that are on previous albums, and A Midwinter Night's Dream, is not available yet! so I went to the explore the music section, and decided to work my way down the list of songs on An Ancient Muse. as Incantation is instrumental, I skiped to the next song: THE GATES OF ISTANBUL...and there was the line!
okay, here's another one

"when the sands are still 'tis then you'll find me dead"

Jesse
Hi

Jesse, you're right Smiler


My guess on your line must be Skellig
(As usually I had to sing it a few times in my head before it stroke me Razzer )


...and a new line from me...
When souls are torn to everlasting fire


quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
... I skiped to the next song: THE GATES OF ISTANBUL...and there was the line!
okay, here's another one

"when the sands are still 'tis then you'll find me dead"

Jesse
Hi

Aren't the text the same in the version of Snow on To Drive The Cold Winter Away and A Winter Garden?
Hmm, I thought so. (but I have never heard the version on To Drive The Cold Winter Away)


Well I see I forgot to give a new line last time... I think this one will be easy:

Had watched or her love in the moonlight, and died in the darkness there

quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
Correct!...but which version?

here's a cryptic hint: an assemblage of botanic organisms in july.

when you can figure that out, put up another line, won't you?
Hi everyone:
Anxious 2: Jesse give you a cryptic hint "an assemblage of botanic organisms in july",
then it must be from winter garden cover, isn´t it?

quote:
"Had watched or her love in the moonlight, and died in the darkness there" is from The Highwayman.
Try this: "You offered me an eagle's wing"
quote:
Originally posted by Cintia:
Hi everyone:
Anxious 2: Jesse give you a cryptic hint "an assemblage of botanic organisms in july",
then it must be from winter garden cover, isn´t it?

quote:
"Had watched or her love in the moonlight, and died in the darkness there" is from The Highwayman.
Try this: "You offered me an eagle's wing"


Greetings!!! Smiler
Cintia, it is from the best song that helps my naighbor paint her best, "Samhain (pronounce sow-un) Night". How I love that one!!!
Here's another favorite of mine, can yo guess?
"THE GLASS OF OUTER WEARINESS"

Happy eclectic Celticing!!!
Gina
Hi Cintia

"an assemblage of botanic organisms in july"
Confused me.

But you're right about the Highwayman.


quote:
Originally posted by Cintia:
Anxious 2: Jesse give you a cryptic hint "an assemblage of botanic organisms in july",
then it must be from winter garden cover, isn´t it?

quote:
"Had watched or her love in the moonlight, and died in the darkness there" is from The Highwayman.
Try this: "You offered me an eagle's wing"
Hi Gina

Must be The Two Trees. One of my favorites too.
Which leads me on to my faviorite...
Was this the question

(Just adding my line in "normal" colour so you can read it better... Was this the question)


quote:
Originally posted by Gina:
... Here's another favorite of mine, can yo guess?
"THE GLASS OF OUTER WEARINESS"

Happy eclectic Celticing!!!
Gina
quote:
Originally posted by Anxious 2:
Hi Gina

Must be The Two Trees. One of my favorites too.
Which leads me on to my faviorite...
Was this the question

It was pretty easy wasn't it? GREAT JOB!!!
Love ya,
Gina

quote:
Originally posted by Gina:
... Here's another favorite of mine, can yo guess?
"THE GLASS OF OUTER WEARINESS"

Happy eclectic Celticing!!!
Gina
Hi Gina:
Anxious 2 is in the right way...."THE GLASS OF OUTER WEARINESS" is from a great piece called "The two trees".
Anxious 2...of course you are not an assemblage of botanic organisms in july...lol
Because I never saw a pomegranate that I could write to computer Big Grin

Ok....An other piece...."Veni, veni Emmanuel" CLUE...I belive that is from the new album ;-)
Hello all! Big Grin
I don't know what song the latest line is from, but I thought I'd explain "assemblage of botanic organisms in July" for you all. Confused

Botanic organisms are of course plants, so an assemblage of them is a garden! the July part was to confuse you all! Anxious 2's location says Denmark which is of course in the northern hemisphere, but I'm from Australia...in the southern hemisphere - July is in the middle of winter down here! thus "An assemblage of botanic organisms in July" is of course, A Winter Garden Smiler

Anxious you are correct, the two versions of 'Snow' are lyrically identical, again I was just being confusing!
Wink

good luck with the latest line everyone! (for those of you new to this game, here it is again: "Veni, veni Emmanuel" apparently it is from the new album) Cool

Luv Jesse Razzer
hey, what do you know?...I found where that line is from after all! (after Anxious 2 indirectly provided me with the answer...Thanx Anx! Big Grin I'm going to add you to my buddies list!)
it's from Emmanuel
oh, and by the way, Anxious 2, I see that you put up the line "Was this the question" and everyone ignored it. that's from the song Full Circle.

so, seeing as I guessed two songs does that mean I get to put up two lines? hahaha! Razzer

here's the next one...beware this is difficult: you will have to think outside the box!

"Let's leave the last word to Shakespeare"

(I hope I got that line right. I've only heard it once!...hmmm could that be a hint?)

Luv Jesse Cool
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
here's the next one...beware this is difficult: you will have to think outside the box!

"Let's leave the last word to Shakespeare"

(I hope I got that line right. I've only heard it once!...hmmm could that be a hint?)

Luv Jesse Cool


Jesse, I try to guess:
Loreena says that sentence before singing 'Cymbeline' on Live in Paris and Toronto, but to tell the truth she said that while the Brescia concert again! Razzer
Exactly it was: 'We'll leave the last word to Shakespeare' Smiler
Is my answer right? Confused
quote:
Originally posted by freesoul:
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:

"Let's leave the last word to Shakespeare"

(I hope I got that line right. I've only heard it once!)


Jesse, I try to guess:
Loreena says that sentence before singing 'Cymbeline' on Live in Paris and Toronto, but to tell the truth she said that while the Brescia concert again! Razzer
Exactly it was: 'We'll leave the last word to Shakespeare' Smiler
Is my answer right? Confused


Yes, freesoul, you are correct. I realised my wording error shortly after I wrote it when I was listening to LIPAT again. I was going to correct it, but It looks like you beat me to it.

now it's your turn...! Big Grin

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