The lyrics of I Want Love become a cry from the heart
for young Reginald Dwight (Kit Connor) and his fractured clan - stern father Stanley (Steven Macintosh), flighty mother Sheila (Bryce Dallas Howard) and supportive grandmum Ivy (Gemma Jones).
This particular cry from the heart
comes from John Bailey, a likeable bloke, down on his luck.
"Our World is Burning is both a cry from the heart
and a call to action.
"It is a cry from the heart
," he said "I have never considered myself English."
It was a cry from the heart
, from a man who loved his city, his fellow Louisianians, and his job.
He voices a cry from the heart
about childhood aspiration.
Perhaps not the start of a song but a cry from the heart
from many elderly and disabled people who seek to employ their own care staff to enable them to continue caring for and living in their own homes.
The Martian is a cry from the heart
for the importance of interplanetary exploration - a celebration of humanity's courage, ingenuity and loyalty.
Prayer can be described as a "cry from the heart
, a groaning - but sometimes it is depicted as just silence." One does not even have to express prayer in words, Tagle said.
Attempting to win over delegates during the debate, Ms Burt said: "This amendment is a cry from the heart
on behalf of our regions."
'tis a plaintiff cry from the heart
of the Manama Singers.
"We are a cry from the heart
of the world"--those are my words.
Courses' suspension is a cry from the heart
so that the public opinion hears our tribulations," Ballout told reporters following the meeting.
On 5 October 2011, retired teachers and Justice for Palestine group members Martin and Lois Griffiths spoke at the International Pacific College on 'Palestine: A Cry from the Heart
There's not that sense of excitement down there at the moment," was the cry from the heart
of one fan.