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Roll On Time, Roll On
Julia A Moore
Air -- "Roll on, Silver Moon." Roll on time, roll on, as it always has done, Since the time this world first begun; It can never change my love th...Rate it:

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Dusting to Rock N' Roll Music
Sonia Walker
I'm dusting to rock n' roll music, my hips are swaying to the beat, the radio is turned on louder as I shuffle my feet. I'm dusting to rock n' rol...Rate it:

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Rock & Roll (Blues Poem #2)
Kurt Philip Behm
Papa Blues and Momma Jazz But ain’t that baby —Rock and Roll (Villanova Pennsylvania: May, 2016)Rate it:

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Rock & Roll 1950's
Mario William Vitale
It was the 1950s and all teen lovebirds back in the day were the greatest couples in America These people were way before all people who were born ...Rate it:

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Rock & Roll Children
Mario William Vitale
it was starting to rain on the night that they first decided looking for love in all the wrong places flirting spaces lost in traces in the inner s...Rate it:

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Rock And Roll
Mario William Vitale
just like the famed Billy Joel with rock & roll the choices we make to bust up the tempo showing you the way you should go out of every circ...Rate it:

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Roll Me Over
Anonymous Americas
Now, this is number one, And the fun has just begun. Roll me over, lay me down, And do it again.[CHORUS] Roll me over, in the clover...Rate it:

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Roll Along Home!
Cicely Fox Smith
I though I heard the old man say - 'Aye, aye, roll along home! - Bound home for old England we're sailing to-day - Heave up the anchor and roll ...Rate it:

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That's How He Roll
Mario William Vitale
That's How We Flow sitting at the table eating my fresh surf and turf near the ocean basking in the waves cheap thrills paying all those bill...Rate it:

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The Roll of the Kettledrum
Adam Lindsay Gordon
'You have the Pyrrhic dance as yet, Where is the Pyrrhic phalanx gone ? Of two such lessons, why forget The nobler and the manlier one ?'—Byron. ...Rate it:

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Should the wide world roll away
Stephen Crane
X Should the wide world roll away Leaving black terror Limitless night, Nor God, nor man, nor place to stand Would be to me essential I...Rate it:

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The Devil Called Roll
Kurt Philip Behm
An unknown voice cried out from the abyss, As the nameless got in line with the rest The promises offered lies to reclaim, As the devil call...Rate it:

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The Drum Roll At The End
Kurt Philip Behm
What is the baseline of your life What is the chord structure of your meaning What is that riff that no raff can destroy What Is you...Rate it:

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The Last Drum Roll
Kurt Philip Behm
What is the baseline of your life? How deep is the chord structure of your meaning? What is that riff that no raff can destroy? How lon...Rate it:

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The Roll Of The De Silve Race
Victor Marie Hugo
[HERNANI, Act III.] In that reverend face Behold the father of De Silva's race, Silvius; in Rome he filled the consul's place Three times (your pa...Rate it:

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Macleay Street and Red Rock Lane
Henry Lawson
Macleay Street looks to Mosman, Across the other side, With brave asphalted pavements And roadway clean and wide. Macleay Street hath its mansions,...Rate it:

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Rock Me To sleep
Elizabeth Akers Allen
Backward, turn backward, O time, in your flight; Make me a child again, just for tonight! Mother, come back from that echoless shore; Take me again...Rate it:

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Inchcape Rock
Robert Southey
No stir in the air, no stir in the sea, The Ship was still as she could be; Her sails from heaven received no motion, Her keel was steady in the...Rate it:

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The Rock and The Bubble
Louisa May Alcott
Oh! a bare, brown rock Stood up in the sea, The waves at its feet Dancing merrily. A little bubble Once came sailing by, And thus to the roc...Rate it:

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So, so, rock-a-by so!
Eugene Field
So, so, rock-a-by so! Off to the garden where dreamikins grow; And here is a kiss on your winkyblink eyes, And here is a kiss on your dimpledown ch...Rate it:

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The Primrose of the Rock
William Wordsworth
A Rock there is whose homely front The passing traveller slights; Yet there the glow-worms hang their lamps, Like stars, at various heights...Rate it:

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That Rock Was Christ
John Newton
When Israel's tribes were parch'd with thirst, Forth from the rock the waters burst; And all their future journey through Yielded them drink, and G...Rate it:

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The Rock In El Ghor
John Greenleaf Whittier
Dead Petra in her hill-tomb sleeps, Her stones of emptiness remain; Around her sculptured mystery sweeps The lonely waste of Edom's plain. From th...Rate it:

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The Rock-Tomb Of Bradore
John Greenleaf Whittier
A DREAR and desolate shore! Where no tree unfolds its leaves, And never the spring wind weaves Green grass for the hunter's tread; A land forsaken ...Rate it:

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The rock-a-by lady
Eugene Field
The Rock-a-By Lady from Hushaby street Comes stealing; comes creeping; The poppies they hang from her head to her feet, And each hath a dream that ...Rate it:

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