She wrote the siren song
, "Didn't Leave Nobody but the Baby," appeared in a cameo in the movie and recorded a duet of "I'll Fly Away" with Alison Krauss for the soundtrack.
95), Siren Song
is an impressively written novel of mystery and suspense by award-winning novelist Stephen Schwandt.
is an interdisciplinary analysis combining law, political economy, and geography.
Reality is beginning to slam into the owners of pro sports teams who succumbed to the siren song
of untold riches from regional cable nets.
Who sang a siren song
of unilateralism, ridiculing the very notion that the United States should seek or needed to seek the approval of our allies?
She is immune to the Siren song
and single-handedly saves Sinbad's crew from a watery grave.
The family metaphor is an appealing siren song
that can lull a congregation into valuing privacy and intimacy above all else.
The most frequent one is that they will resist the siren song
of foreign adventure and focus on pocketbook issues.
It was the first time I heard the siren song
of "cheaper, cheaper, cheaper," and I had yet to learn that cheaper is not better.
548), recommending that we stop our ears to the siren song
of illicit desires.
But unfortunately the siren song
of the quick fix of dime a dozen HD is too strong for most IT or department managers and users to resist.
Peregrines are responding to the city's siren song
and thriving in urban environments.
If a firm succumbs to the GSA siren song
they had better be sure they can do for themselves what the reseller has done for them in the past.
Remember when the whistle of a steam train was an irresistible siren song
that meant you absolutely had to run and see?
Lucy Sholley, the well-respected jack-of-all-trades for the Boston Beer Company, has been lured from the beer business by the siren song
of an internet start-up company.