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Take Them Away! They'll Drive Me Crazy
Henry Clay Work
beautiful girls! Oh, take them away, they'll drive me crazy! Oh! the saucy, pretty, winnning, wittyRate it:

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Don't Drive Me Away
Louisa May Alcott
'Don't drive me away, But hear what I say: Bad men want the gold; They will steal it to-night, And you must take flight; So be quiet and busy and b...Rate it:

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The Devil's Drive: An Unfinished Rhapsody
George Gordon Lord Byron
what next to do, 'And' quoth he, 'I'll take a drive. I walk'd in the morning, I'll ride to-night; Rate it:

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Your Last Drive
Thomas Hardy
Here by the moorway you returned, And saw the borough lights ahead That lit your face - all undiscerned To be in a week the face of the dead, And y...Rate it:

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With French to Kimberley
Andrew Barton Paterson
dawn of day, And French was off to Kimberley to drive the Boers away. He made no march along the Rate it:

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With French to Kimberley
Andrew Barton Paterson
dawn of day, For French was off to Kimberley to drive the Boers away. He made no march along the lRate it:

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The Ballad of Villon and Fat Madge
François Villon
troubles you, Inside this brothel where we drive our trade.' But soon the devil's among us flesRate it:

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The Dread Voyage
William Wilfred Campbell
The far voices failing, failing, 8 Drive we to the dark. 9 Past the headlands grimRate it:

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The Rescue
Edward George Dyson
he’s close to the face and has air.’ In the dim drive with ardour heroic two facemen are pegging aRate it:

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From Beginning To End
Kurt Philip Behm
you puzzled As you long for her touch And you drive away empty As you drive away cold And you drRate it:

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Same Moons
Brenden Pettingill
and I am in between. I think that is why you drive me so crazy. She used to drive me crazy too untiRate it:

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Politics
Alfred Lord Tennyson
a goal As wisdom hopes to gain, Then you that drive, and know your Craft. Will firmly hold the reinRate it:

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An Impetuous Resolve
James Whitcomb Riley
ever Bud can make it: An' nen all three'll drive roun' fer me An' we'll drive off togevver, A-slingRate it:

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At The Sound Of The Drum
Edith Nesbit
of the smock you used to wear? Are you going to drive the foe as you used to drive the plough? ArRate it:

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Athens: An Ode
Algernon Charles Swinburne
and wonders, by what word or token, Shall ye drive the vultures from your eagles’ nests? All the gaRate it:

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Beautiful Edinburgh
William Topaz McGonagall
the air is nice and cool, which will help to drive away sorrow When ye view from its summit the beaRate it:

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Childhood
Henry Vaughan
alive, Those white designs which children drive, And the thoughts of each harmless hour, With theirRate it:

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Female Revenge
James McIntyre
a charming fairy, And that to town he'd give you drive; But, just as sure as you're alive He does iRate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 01 - part 01
Torquato Tasso
must from realms and seas the Turks forth drive, As Godfrey chased them from Juda's lands, And in tRate it:

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Lines on Ingersoll
James McIntyre
The Thames, and tributary rills Here they do drive numerous mills, Enabling millers, to compete, To pay high price for oats and wheat. Here stream...Rate it:

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Little Mouse
William Henry Drummond
Joe Sauvageau bet hees two dollar bill He can drive you alone by de bridge on de reever An' down neRate it:

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Lost and Given Over
Edwin James Brady
The gal that lives by ’Obart town She’d drive a dead man crazy; Come, wet your lip, Rate it:

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M'Fingal - Canto II
John Trumbull
not the deeds of England's primate First drive your fathers to this climate, Whom jails and fines aRate it:

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Mon Choual
William Henry Drummond
* * 'Bout week on front of dis, Lalime, Dat man drive horse call 'Clevelan' Bay' Was challenge, soRate it:

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Ruth
William Wordsworth
bride, A sylvan huntress at my side, And drive the flying deer! "Beloved Ruth!"--No more he saiRate it:

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