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Mercy on us, this will never do," thought Jo, adding aloud, "Go and sing to me.
There were to be speeches and singing, but no one had to listen who did not care to; if he wished, meantime, to speak or sing himself, he was perfectly free.
Tha' might sing th' Doxology," he suggested in his dryest grunt.
There was a third, George Demple, who I fancied would sing it.
Giry coughed, cleared her throat--it sounded as though she were preparing to sing the whole of Gounod's score--and began:
But the poor fishermen who had heard the real Nightingale said: 'This one sings well enough, the tunes glide out; but there is something wanting-- I don't know what
And they say (the starry choir And all the listening things) That Israfeli's fire Is owing to that lyre By which he sits and sings - The trembling living wire Of those unusual strings.
Friend finally suggests that it doesn't matter what Harris is singing so long as Harris gets on and sings it, and Harris, with an evident sense of injustice rankling inside him, requests pianist to begin again.
Lida knows 'My Village' only, nothing but 'My Village,' and everyone sings that.
That is very true," she said; "he cannot sing now; it is already many years that he has lost his voice, but in other times he sang, yes, divinely
They would compose and sing as they went along, consulting neither time nor tune.
And he's got a voice like a bird--you wouldn't think," Dolly went on; "he can sing a Christmas carril as his father's taught him; and I take it for a token as he'll come to good, as he can learn the good tunes so quick.