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These ancient...
quote:
Originally posted by Anxious 2:
...stones will tell us our love...

...must make us strong...

The song is: Beneath a Phrygian Sky

How old are you Anxious? I don't have a girlfriend! RazzerRazzerRazzer

Sorry I didn't reply earlier, the internet at my school has been very dodgy lately.

Next line: ...its sleep and peace comes over...
quote:
Originally posted by Ramona:
quote:
Originally posted by Gina:
Keep your stick on the ice I got from "The Red Green Show". A Canadian sitcom that is sadly retired. It's just another way of saying stay calm, mellow, don't get mad, don't knock the teeth out of the other team. Just like life...

G


Hi Gina,
I love the Red Green Show. They still air it here every Saturday night on PBS. It's a hoot!


Yes, that show cracks me up. Makes me feel really smart! I love Edgar Montrose the best, because he is an explosive emthusiest, not an explosive expert. Besides, I love Graham Greene and everything he does.
The young men should learn, "if women don't find you handsome; they should at least find you handy!"
Gina
Hi

Ramona and Jesse, you are both right. Wink

Ramona.
Must be...
Deep in the winter...
quote:
Originally posted by Ramona:
...Amidst falling snow

Never Ending Road

Jesse.
The courtyard still in...
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
...its sleep and peace comes over...

...your face.
Courtyard Lullaby


And another one... (I'm trying a little different way)
There dwelled.
They talked.
They plighted.
He kissed.
With a dagger.
Not a word.
Not a smile.
In a brighter place.

(I hope this makes sence...)
(A hint: in honor of Ramona)
quote:
Originally posted by Anxious 2:
And another one... (I'm trying a little different way)
There dwelled.
They talked.
They plighted.
He kissed.
With a dagger.
Not a word.
Not a smile.
In a brighter place.


The song is Standing Stones!

I might try your new way sometime, Anxious, but I'm in a hurry at the moment so I'll just do it the usual way for now...

"...weep, saying where..."
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
...
"...weep, saying where..."


It might have been easier if you'd put in a " before where
Well my intuition thought it to be a song on The Visit, so I desided to listened to the CD (it's been quite a long time since I did that, mostly I just sing the songs).
But I didn't have to listen that long.
About 7 minutes of listening and reading the lyrics, it was there - Bonny Portmore


So I have to give you a new one.

...you flew and I wondered...
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
Next (I'm trying your new thing, Anxious!):
She saw
He made
He made
He read
He made
He bore
He wore
They sang
In honour

Hope that's not too hard!
BIG HUG!
Luv Jesse


My god that was *pheeeeeeewwww*!

You made a new variant of my idea! Razzer

I had to tranform into a detective again...
- Which of ms McKs songs did I know with the word 'honour'?
I only came up with one (Banks of Cloudy), and it wasn't that one Frowner
My intuition whispered it had to be the newest CD.
But still I searched every single CD fram a-z. And we all know the newest is last, so... it took a little time. (Should have followed my intuition!!)

Well finally I came up with the Seven Rejoices of Mary.
That's why I said you made a variant of my version. You didn't use the exact words! Razzer


A new one:

In the lake
Our faery vats
All the night
Full of troubles
In their ears
On the hob
Hand in hand
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
...
I'm going back to the new way that I made up:
Who sang in robes?


The answer is you. And you know what? I could actually see it. - You borrow your moms dress and statrs singing Full Circle (Full Circle, for those who think it's draggy to read my black letters!)
*hrhmm*
Well sorry for joking a bit with you Jesse, but I got a feeling you can take it.


And a new...

Who was a delight?
Well, I know that "Greensleeves was my delight" but is that the same thing as a delight?

I'll guess Greensleeves, but I won't post a new line yet, In case I'm wrong...

Kimberly26, would you like to have a guess? You actually had more right to the next line than I did (because you replied first), so please have a go at guessing!

I didn't realize you were joking, Anxious, but of course, I don't mind!
You're right Jesse

But I wrote a delight because she's not actually "my" delight, but a delight to the narrator in the song.

Hope it's explaining...


quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
Well, I know that "Greensleeves was my delight" but is that the same thing as a delight?

I'll guess Greensleeves, but I won't post a new line yet, In case I'm wrong...

Kimberly26, would you like to have a guess? You actually had more right to the next line than I did (because you replied first), so please have a go at guessing!

I didn't realize you were joking, Anxious, but of course, I don't mind!
I'm having problems figuring out some of this posting stuff, like am I posting this properly. Anyway, here's a few lines from one of my favorite Loreena songs. Have a quess LM fans. ...... our fingers touch, our hearts collide, I'll be a moonsbreath by your side...
quote:
Originally posted by Kimberly26:
I'm having problems figuring out some of this posting stuff, like am I posting this properly. Anyway, here's a few lines from one of my favorite Loreena songs. Have a quess LM fans. ...... our fingers touch, our hearts collide, I'll be a moonsbreath by your side...


One of my many favoutites... Big Grin
Samain Night

A new "line"...

Peaks meet
The joy of birds
Legions remain
Tomorrow must wait



P.S.
You got it right Kimberly! Smiler
I'm sorry to do this to you, Anxious, but the correct lyric is: "Legends remain", not "Legions"

which naturally means yes, I do know what song it is! Come by the Hills

Well, seeing as I got Greensleves correct last time I made I guess, here are to questions in one:

In regards to curls, who was black, and who was yellow?Roll Eyes

GOOD LUCK!Big Grin
LUV JESSE
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
I'm sorry to do this to you, Anxious, but the correct lyric is: "Legends remain", not "Legions"

which naturally means yes, I do know what song it is! Come by the Hills

Well, seeing as I got Greensleves correct last time I made I guess, here are to questions in one:

In regards to curls, who was black, and who was yellow?Roll Eyes

GOOD LUCK!Big Grin
LUV JESSE


Errr... "The Lady of Shalott"...? I dunno, really... Just guessing. Big Grin And that would be The Lady in yellow, and Sir Lancelot in black, I forgot to add.
quote:
Originally posted by OlaMarciniak:
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
I'm sorry to do this to you, Anxious, but the correct lyric is: "Legends remain", not "Legions"

which naturally means yes, I do know what song it is! Come by the Hills


Well, seeing as I got Greensleves correct last time I made I guess, here are to questions in one:

In regards to curls, who was black, and who was yellow?Roll Eyes

GOOD LUCK!Big Grin
LUV JESSE


Errr... "The Lady of Shalott"...? I dunno, really... Just guessing. Big Grin And that would be The Lady in yellow, and Sir Lancelot in black, I forgot to add.


You're good Ola!
Only you need to add a new line... Big Grin Wink

I would have guessed a maiden fair belonged to the yellow hair.

But I too would say Sir Lancelots hair is black as he rode on the horses back.

Eeker What's wrong with me these days?!? Eeker
Most be the Spring...
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
I'm sorry to do this to you, Anxious, but the correct lyric is: "Legends remain", not "Legions"

which naturally means yes, I do know what song it is! Come by the Hills
LUV JESSE


My oh my...!
I think I just added a new dimention to that song... Big Grin
Oh yes, I thought it looked odd when I posted it, but I couldn't remember how to spell it.
quote:
Originally posted by Anxious 2:
quote:
Originally posted by OlaMarciniak:

Errr... "The Lady of Shalott"...? I dunno, really... Just guessing. Big Grin And that would be The Lady in yellow, and Sir Lancelot in black, I forgot to add.


You're good Ola!
Only you need to add a new line... Big Grin Wink

I would have guessed a maiden fair belonged to the yellow hair.

But I too would say Sir Lancelots hair is black as he rode on the horses back.

Eeker What's wrong with me these days?!? Eeker
Most be the Spring...


I think it does say, in The Lady of Shalott, that Lancelot had black hair. There's nothing about the Lady herself, though.
And yes, it must be the Spring. Good rhymes though... Big Grin
quote:
Originally posted by OlaMarciniak:
I think it does say, in The Lady of Shalott, that Lancelot had black hair. There's nothing about the Lady herself, though.
And yes, it must be the Spring. Good rhymes though... Big Grin

quote:
Originally posted by Anxious 2:
I would have guessed a maiden fair belonged to the yellow hair.


The fair maiden is in Standing Stones... Big Grin

And Ola you need to give us a line! Wink(example: "Where dips the rocky highland" - then someone will guess Stolen Child)

Anxiously awaiting...
quote:
Originally posted by OlaMarciniak:
Errr... "The Lady of Shalott"...?
quote:
Originally posted by Anxious 2:
The fair maiden is in Standing Stones... Big Grin


Looks like some of you were getting confused; the above quotes are the correct answers. Maybe I should have clarified that each person featured in a different song. here are the respective lines:

"...From underneath his helmet flow'd
His coal-black curls as on he rode,
As he rode back to Camelot."

"...Her cheeks were red, her eyes were blue
She had yellow, curling hair..."

Hope you're not confused anymore!

Welcome to the game Saul! We are still waiting on a line from you, OlaMarciniak, but a welcome to you, too!
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
Looks like some of you were getting confused; the above quotes are the correct answers. Maybe I should have clarified that each person featured in a different song. here are the respective lines:

"...From underneath his helmet flow'd
His coal-black curls as on he rode,
As he rode back to Camelot."

"...Her cheeks were red, her eyes were blue
She had yellow, curling hair..."

Hope you're not confused anymore!

Welcome to the game Saul! We are still waiting on a line from you, OlaMarciniak, but a welcome to you, too!


Hi Jesse

I must say to my defence; I had both right, but I might have written it rather cryptically... Razzer


Hugs

Anxious
quote:
Originally posted by Kimberly26:
quote:
Originally posted by OlaMarciniak:
I guess it's a very easy one:
"Which priests said that there was no other way?"
Very easy. Big Grin
Hi Ola, Must be Dante's Prayer.Dante's Prayer


Hey.
Yes it is in fact,Dante's Prayer.
When the priests of pride said that there is no other way,
I tilled the sorrows of stone.

So we're waiting for a line, Kimberly. I think I'm better at the guessing than the asking... eh.
Hmmmm, I don't think that you are quite getting this, Kimberly26 and OlaMarciniak; when you guess what song each line is from, could you try posting the next line in the same post, please? Roll Eyes

You were right Anxious, you were the first to answer both of my questions correctly. My apologies. Red Face

So, OlaMarciniak and Anxious 2...I guess whoever gets to it first can post the next line...

Luv Jesse

ps: sorry if I'm sounding a little bossy, ordering everyone around, etc. All I'm trying to do is clear this up a bit, as the game just got confusing! Confused
quote:
Originally posted by OlaMarciniak:
quote:
Originally posted by Anxious 2:
alright a new line...

And I sall rock thee in my hart


Alright, its Balulalow And sorry Jesse!
Here's a new question-line-thingy:
In which song do you "Fear not slander, censure rash"?


That's okay, OlaMarciniak!

That would have to be from those lyrics of Cymbeline that Loreena doesn't actually sing Confused

Next line: "And she roved out on a summer's day for to view the soldiers parading"

okay, this is a hard one, so here's a hint: what did Archimedes shout when he stepped into his bath?
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
Next line: "And she roved out on a summer's day for to view the soldiers parading"

okay, this is a hard one, so here's a hint: what did Archimedes shout when he stepped into his bath?


I've been hearing that song quite some times now on YouTube...
Gallant Soldier

And my contribution...
prayers rose
the sun rose
a snowfall
find rest
find peace
Anxious, you're referring to Full Circle

Saul, your line was from one of my faves: The Seasons

My hint was referring to a post I made with the subjectEUREKA!which is for notifying fellow LM fans of discoveries of new songs or something like that. One fan had posted their discovery of the Gallant Soldier YouTube video.

So it was kind of a cryptic hint, for those of you who may have got REALLY stuck-stuck...understand?


I think I'm going to do another character question...
Who would take no man on earth if her lover was dead?

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