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title: Liddle Boy
A story from my youth that is based on my actual experience.
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FREE to download. You pervert... so you like strong men, do you? Listen in if you think you can handle it...
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Santa's Workshop has a special visitor... Theme song 'Angel's We Have Heard on High' Production by Kurt Lewis
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artist: Zythum
A little bedtime story for adults I guess.
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artist: Ganimead
A very interesting and factual story I am told. Narrated by Bud Bennett the author, I just added the backgrond
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title: Rasta Robin
A song about Robin Hood and his merry men...and Maid Marian too
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artist: Ed Thomas
A Childrens story, Narrated by Ed Thomas
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artist: marc fedak
companion piece (part 2) to "Pixie's Sad Tail". Sound samples and photo of Pixie courtesy of Jackie Fedak.
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artist: David Bazo
The Journey Begins... (The Time Machine Part III Promo Teaser) Brief promo extract from the Part Three of the
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artist: Girardey
original dedication to Muhammed Ali
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A story about a pizza delivery driver delivering a pizza to a family while they were being abducted by aliens.
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On the hold of love and exclusivity. For 'the dead company' project
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artist: DaLer
Music by Damian Lertora, Lyrics by James Higgins & Damian Lertora
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theresa loder
Trading Spaces: If you could be me And I could be you and we traded places for a week or two Then my perspective And your point of view Would change in ways Maybe many maybe few We'd realize Where our journey takes us It's the who, what, where, why, how That makes us But Since you are you And I am me We can only imagine what that change might be No matter where we go Or who we see You'll always be you And I'll always be me Theresa Loder...
dereckrose
Refugees in the land of milk and honey: The cries of a helpless old woman distressed Rang out in the Tel Aviv streets one night, Her frame was weak and her body could never Defend her from any who was out for a fight, Her griefs were inflicted by well armed policemen Bull-headed, void of honour for the hoary head, A black man pushed away trying to help his mother Go on your way, the oppressor they said, In the park on the way to the central station Lies fast asleep, great multitudes of men, Roof-huts, benches and grass become beds And in some spaces there sleeps about ten, No freedom for refugees yet you take...
bigdusty
Another week, another month: Another week, another month. La di da. I got "He's Able" by Deitrick Haddon starting off tonight on Windows Media. I know most of y'all caught the debates last Friday night. In my humble opinion, McCain went out like a punk. If you noticed during the debates, when McCain talked about Obama, he never looked at him. He always mentioned him in third person talking down on him. Obama actually looked at McCain stating his point. He even a few times talked to McCain directly. Also, did it seem to anybody else that McCain always tried to go for the cheap laugh? Maybe it's just me. All I know is, if I...
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