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When the meal was done the minstrels sang, while proud and humble alike listened eagerly.
'With the greatest of pleasure!' said the Nightingale; and she sang so gloriously that it was a pleasure to listen.
The damned dog sang. I'll stake my life on it.--Hold on, you fellows; rest the monkeys off.
And we sat there, glasses in hand, and sang, while the big demijohn went around; and I was the only strictly sober one.
Woodroof and anemonies grew almost too high; blooming convolvuluses and blackberry-bushes hung in long garlands from tree to tree, where the nightingale sang and the sunbeams were playing: it was very beautiful, but it was no place for girls to go; their clothes would get so torn.
Billy sang a lugubrious song of many stanzas about a cowboy, the refrain of which was, "Bury me out on the lone pr-rairie."
All night long she sang with her breast against the thorn, and the cold crystal Moon leaned down and listened.
Eva looked with wonder on their gay faces and bright garments, and in the joy of her heart sang too, and threw crimson fruit for the little folks to feast upon.
"And when we grumbled, ever the Bug sang new songs.
But the fat one, with a sad look, sang this answer:
At last the fairy came back and sang with a hoarse voice:
When the ceremony of plighting troth was over, the beadle spread before the lectern in the middle of the church a piece of pink silken stuff, the choir sang a complicated and elaborate psalm, in which the bass and tenor sang responses to one another, and the priest turning round pointed the bridal pair to the pink silk rug.