Let's Play a Game.

I'm still in doubt about the very last line. Everyone knows about the answer itself?

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Originally posted by Jesse:
Fine...so we are all still friends then?
Big GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig Grin
HUGS ALL ROUND!


That's even out of question *hugs back to Jess*
quote:
Originally posted by Unforeseeable Silence:
I'm still in doubt about the very last line. Everyone knows about the answer itself?


I would hope so, its one of her most popular songs! If you know the answer you post it along with a new line, remember?

Thankies for the hugs! Cool
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
next line: slow the evening


Think I got it... Snow

And another from me:
glancing, setting, gentle dancing
morning far, so break
woke camels, rising out
smaller tells, peace, love
stone known, walleys reached
this that, that is



P.S.
quote:
Originally posted by Semaspa A:
Annachie Gordon! (I bawled the first five times I listened to that song!)

Me too!
quote:
Originally posted by Anxious 2:

And another from me:
glancing, setting, gentle dancing
morning far, so break
woke camels, rising out
smaller tells, peace, love
stone known, walleys reached
this that, that is




Caravanserai.

"The breeze it wrapped around me
As I stood there on the shore"
quote:
Originally posted by Unforeseeable Silence:
"The breeze it wrapped around me
As I stood there on the shore"


I would assume everyone has heard the live version of Beneath a Phrygian Sky by now? Isn't the Guitar solo AWESOME?

alas thy tender
quote:
Originally posted by Unforeseeable Silence:
@Jess: I wish someone would perform the song itself instrumentally - as I'd adore to accompany the melody itself vocally.

"The evening deepens and the grey"


You mean on The Two Trees, or The Lady of Shalott? I can play both songs on the Piano and the Ukulele! If I'm ever in Romania, I'll let you know...

Your line is from Snow

Here's my last question again, seeing as myself and Anxious both answered at the same time:

Who turned to go?
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:

You mean on The Two Trees/I], or [I]The Lady of Shalott? I can play both songs on the Piano and the Ukulele! If I'm ever in Romania, I'll let you know...

Your line is from Snow

Thank you very kindly - I'd completely appreciate that. It does not really matter the particular song itself - it could be a cover of ours of each one of them or both since we know to play and / or sing most Loreena Mckennitt's music for sure. This is one of the points where we definitely know we are fans of her voice and beautiful music I must say, isn't it? I am very glad to meet a lot of very talented and great colleagues around!


Who turned to go?


Would the answer be The Old Ways probably?

"...your eyes told me so"
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
Correct!

and your line is also from The Old Ways

...were you trying to trick me?Wink

Next line: heart of mine

That little heart of mine, I'm gonna let it shine, let it shine, let it shine, let it shine.

Am I right? No, didn't think so. That's the only tune I can think of...back to Explore the Music page...
Although both words "heart" and "mine" one can easily find them within the lovely and emotional refrain of Penelope's song, the most correct answer would be Seeds Of Love - a very beautiful and inspiring song again:

"I often have wished I was in the young man's arms
Who once had the heart of mine""


And here's the round brought by my breeze:

"Images float..."

Good luck!


quote:
Originally posted by Gina:
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
Correct!

and your line is also from The Old Ways

...were you trying to trick me?Wink

Next line: heart of mine

That little heart of mine, I'm gonna let it shine, let it shine, let it shine, let it shine.

Am I right? No, didn't think so. That's the only tune I can think of...back to Explore the Music page...
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
quote:
Originally posted by Anxious 2:
A hint, please Jesse?


The song is off an album which is older than me Razzer


I FOUND IT!!!

The question was, to recap, "What befriends the farmer?"
The albbum is To Drive the Cold Winter Away, the song is "The Seasons," and the farmer is "befrended" by the apples, if I listened correctly. (I know...I'm listening to a winter album when it's still fall! Roll Eyes)

This one's going to be tricky, as it's off the new album and you can't find it in the samples... "Won't you come to me mother's house..."

Good luck!
~A
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Originally posted by Semaspa A:
This one's going to be tricky, as it's off the new album and you can't find it in the samples... "Won't you come to me mother's house..."

Good luck!
~A

Yeah...I think we should get back to that one...
Alternative (I'll take it easy...it's from the new album and in the song samples)
"Sure I scratched my head"
Hope this one's easier!
~A
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Originally posted by Semaspa A:
"Sure I scratched my head"
~A


The Star Of County Down, of coruse!

And to continue in the same note of The Wind that Shakes the Barley CD atmosphere...

"...and now I am full of tears."

It's very easy. Good luck!
The closest I can think of is "what babe is that sa gude and fair" from Balulalow

Oh, and Semaspa A, the line about "me mother's house" is from As I Roved Out...my new favourite song! Big Grin

Next line: "just as the leaves fall from yon tree"

THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE ANSWERING; I MAY BE TRYING TO TRICK YOU!
quote:
Originally posted by Jesse:
The closest I can think of is "what babe is that sa gude and fair" from Balulalow

Oh, and Semaspa A, the line about "me mother's house" is from As I Roved Out...my new favourite song! Big Grin

Next line: "just as the leaves fall from yon tree"

THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE ANSWERING; I MAY BE TRYING TO TRICK YOU!


FINALLY!!

But your line is NOT from a L.M. album at all...it is from "ye rambling boys of pleasure" from The Chieftans album "Tears of Stone".
For comparison, Sally Gardens goes "easy, as the leaves" whereas Ye Rambling Boys goes "easy, JUST as the leaves". HA!!

My line:
"and the folding". Good luck!
~A
quote:
Originally posted by Semaspa A:
But your line is NOT from a L.M. album at all...it is from "ye rambling boys of pleasure" from The Chieftans album "Tears of Stone".
For comparison, Sally Gardens goes "easy, as the leaves" whereas Ye Rambling Boys goes "easy, JUST as the leaves". HA!!

My line:
"and the folding". Good luck!
~A


Well done! The first time I heard Down By the Sally Gardens (sung by Australian Soprano Annalisa Kerrigan) I noticed the similarity between the two songs, so I thought I'd try and trick you all!...I guess you're all just too smart for me, though! Big Grin

Your line is from Moon Cradle

next: the other I lost

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