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tunes

n. a record; a record album; music in general. (see also tunage.) I got some new tunes. Wanna come over and listen?
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Once more he cudgelled the sides of the inflexible Gunpowder, and, shutting his eyes, broke forth with involuntary fervor into a psalm tune.
A fancy came into my head, that I would entertain the king and queen with an English tune upon this instrument.
We haven't a camelty tune of our own To help us trollop along, But every neck is a hair trombone(Rtt-ta-ta-ta
They stooped as if they still had hold of the plough-handles, and marched without any time or tune.
Bright, admiring glances from a handsome young gentleman with white hands, a gold chain, occasional regimentals, and wealth and grandeur immeasurable--those were the warm rays that set poor Hetty's heart vibrating and playing its little foolish tunes over and over again.
Dan lay at length in his bunk, wrestling with a gaudy, gilt-stopped accordion, whose tunes went up and down with the pitching of the "We're Here".
Sherlock Holmes was not very communicative during the long drive and lay back in the cab humming the tunes which he had heard in the afternoon.
Mattie was washing up the dishes, humming one of the dance tunes of the night before.
He took and executed orders as automatically as the penny-in-the-slot musical-box in the corner took pennies and produced tunes.
George didn't know the tunes, either, which was also a drawback to his performances.
No wonder they get sick of playing stuff like this," she remarked reading a bar or two; "they're really hymn tunes, played very fast, with bits out of Wagner and Beethoven.
Now that I've found such pleasant company, I can talk and play tunes all I want to.
Standing on a projecting rock, he played several tunes in the hope that the fish, attracted by his melody, would of their own accord dance into his net, which he had placed below.
The swineherd--that is to say--the Prince, for no one knew that he was other than an ill-favored swineherd, let not a day pass without working at something; he at last constructed a rattle, which, when it was swung round, played all the waltzes and jig tunes, which have ever been heard since the creation of the world.
He never relished any music but what was light and airy; and indeed his most favourite tunes were Old Sir Simon the King, St George he was for England, Bobbing Joan, and some others.