'Now they must sing together
; what a duet we shall have!'
Her dim thoughts were often searching for far away lands where, as God says, the little hills sing together
in the morning.
Sure, when we sing together
I'm absorbin' religion an' gettin' pretty close up to God.
Surely the only courtship unshaken by doubts and fears must be that in which the lovers can sing together
. The sense of mutual fitness that springs from the two deep notes fulfilling expectation just at the right moment between the notes of the silvery soprano, from the perfect accord of descending thirds and fifths, from the preconcerted loving chase of a fugue, is likely enough to supersede any immediate demand for less impassioned forms of agreement.
Let us gather together in the great cities, and light huge bonfires of a million gas-jets, and shout and sing together
, and feel brave.
He has only to set the doors of the canaries' cages open, and to call them, and the pretty little cleverly trained creatures perch fearlessly on his hand, mount his fat outstretched fingers one by one, when he tells them to "go upstairs," and sing together
as if they would burst their throats with delight when they get to the top finger.
Education Secretary Leonor Briones lauded chorale contest for learners organized by Rotary Club of Manila because it teaches learners to "sing together
in harmony" amid trying and challenging times.
We'll all be back to sing together
whenever they drop in next time.
At the sessions, children learn and sing together
with others their age.
Americans celebrated The National Day of Prayer in many different places and many different ways last Thursday, and for the large crowd that gathered at Heartland Regional Medical Center, their way was to pray together and sing together
We just play Christmas carols on the radio and sing together
Home Instead Senior Care has created a Songs To Remember list of numbers that caregivers and their clients love to sing together
Robbie and Gary reunion ON Saturday, December 23, Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow reunite and sing together
at The Ffrith Beach Arena Prestatyn.
Children say: "Music is totally fun!" (Sophia, Year 5); "Music is epic because it can be rock or calm and smooth" (Tyler , Year 5); "It exercises your vocal chords" (Kacey Year 5); "Everyone can sing together
" (Kayleigh, Year 5).
Everyone's dementia journey is unique but we are united as we sing together