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Music To Have Your Teeth Out By - 4

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Apologies to Linux & MAC users for the Microsoft-only player. Until I fix this problem an URL to the (m3u format) playlist is here.

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20. Light Of The World – from ‘Sing Lustily, And With Good Cheer’ by Maddy Prior & The Carnival Band 1998
Sing Lustily, And With Good Cheer

Sing Lustily, And With Good Cheer

Light of the world, Thy beams I bless;
On Thee, bright Sun of Righteousness,
My faith hath fixed its eye.

Guided by Thee, through all I go;
Nor fear the ruin spread below,
For Thou art always nigh.

No all the pow’rs of hell can fright;
A soul that walks with Christ in light.
He walks, and cannot fall.

Clearly he sees, and wins his way;
Shining unto the perfect day,
And more than conquers all.

I rest in Thine almighty pow’r;
The name of Jesus is a tow’r,
That hides my life above.

Thou canst, Thou wilt my Helper be;
My confidence is all in Thee,
The faithful God of love.

Wherefore, in never ceasing prayer;
My soul to Thy continual care,
I faithfully commend,

Assured that Thou through life shalt save;
And show thyself beyond the grave,
My everlasting Friend.

Sing Lustily and With Good Courage

21. You’re Not The First – from ‘Beverley Craven’ by Beverley Craven 1990
Beverley Craven

Beverley Craven

Just because there are rules,
It doesn’t mean the game is fair.
So you head the revolution,
In your own illusion of despair.
Where were you a year ago today?
Don’t lose your faith.

You’re not the first,
And you won’t be the last.
Some day all this pain will pass,
With someone to care for,
And be there for always.

When you kill the conversation,
And make it hard to say goodbye.
I just hate the situation,
But you get drunk and I’m just tired.

That was over years ago,
Now I won’t change my mind.

You’re not the first,
And you won’t be the last.
Some day all this pain will pass,
With someone to care for,
And be there for always.

Analyzing everything to find,
Some peace of mind

You’re not the first,
And you won’t be the last.
Some day all this pain will pass,
With someone to care for,
And be there for.

You’re not the first,
And you won’t be the last.
Some day all this pain will pass,
With someone to care.

Always

Beverley Craven

Beverley Craven

Beverley Craven

22. Blanche Comme la Neige – from ‘Dancer With Bruised Knees’ by Kate & Anna McGarrigle 1990
Dancer With Bruised Knees

Dancer With Bruised Knees

La belle s’est endormie sur un beau lit de roses
La belle s’est endormie sur un beau lit de roses
Blanche comme la neige
Belle comme le jour
Ils sont trois capitaines
Qui veulent lui faire la cour

Le plus jeune des trois la prend par sa main blanche
Le plus jeune des trois la prend par sa main blanche
“Montez, montez, ma belle
Sur mon beau cheval gris
À Paris je vous mène
Dans un fort beau logis”

Finissant ce discours, le capitaine rentre
Finissant ce discours, le capitaine rentre
“Mangez, buvez, ma belle
Selon votre appétit
Avec le capitaine
Vous passerez la nuit”

Au milieu du repas la belle est tombée morte
Au milieu du repas la belle est tombée morte
“Sonnez, sonnez les cloches
Tambours au régiment
Ma maîtresse elle est morte
À l’âge de quinze ans”

Mais au bout de trois jours, son père s’y promène
Mais au bout de trois jours, son père s’y promène
“Ouvrez, ouvrez ma tombe
Mon père si vous m’aimez
Trois jours j’ai fait la morte
Pour mon honneur garder”

La belle s’est endormie sur un beau lit de roses
La belle s’est endormie sur un beau lit de roses
Blanche comme la neige
Belle comme le jour
Ils sont trois capitaines
Qui veulent lui faire la cour…

Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Dancer with Bruised Knees

23. Who Knows Where The Time Goes? – from ‘The History Of Fairport Convention’ by Sandy Denny & Fairport Convention 1990
The History Of Fairport Convention

The History Of Fairport Convention

Across the evening sky, all the birds are leaving.
But how can they know it’s time for them to go?
Before the winter fire, I will still be dreaming.
I have no thought of time.

For who knows where the time goes?
Who knows where the time goes?

Sad, deserted shore, your fickle friends are leaving.
Ah, but then you know it’s time for them to go.
But I will still be here, I have no thought of leaving.
I do not count the time.

For who knows where the time goes?
Who knows where the time goes?

And I am not alone while my love is near me.
I know it will be so until it’s time to go.
So come the storms of winter and then the birds in spring again.
I have no fear of time.

For who knows how my love grows?
And who knows where the time goes?

Alexandra Denny

Sandy Denny

Sandy Denny

The History Of Fairport Convention

24. Érin Grá Mo Chroí – from ‘Midsummer’s Night’ by Dervish 1990
Midsummers Night

Midsummer's Night

In the evening sun,
When my daily work was done;
I rambled to the seashore for a walk.
And I being all alone,
I sat down upon this stone;
For to gaze upon the seas of New York.

Chorus:
Oh then Érin Grá Mo Chroí,
You’re the only one for me.
You’re the fairest that my eyes did e’er behold;
You’re the bright star of the west,
The land Saint Patrick blessed,
You’re the dear little isle so far away.

‘Twas on a cold cold winter’s night,
With the turf fire burning bright;
And the snowflakes falling on a winter day.
And I being all alone,
I sat down on my own;
In the dear little isle so far away.

(chorus)

The day that I did part,
Sure it broke my mother’s heart;
Will I ever see my dear folks anymore?
Not until my bones are laid,
In the cold and silent grave;
In the dear little isle so far away.

(chorus)

Cathy Jordan

Cathy Jordan

Midsummer’s Night

25. Bonny Portmore – from ‘The Visit’ by Loreena McKennitt 1990
The Visit

The Visit

O bonny Portmore, I am sorry to see
Such a woeful destruction of your ornament tree.
For it stood on your shore for many’s the long day
Till the long boats from Antrim came to float it away.

O bonny Portmore, you shine where you stand.
And the more I think on you the more I think long
If I had you now as I had once before,
All the Lords in Old England would not purchase Portmore.

All the birds in the forest, they bitterly weep
Sighing, “Where shall we shelter, where shall we sleep?”
For the Oak and the Ash tree are all cutten down,
And the walls of bonny Portmore are all down to the ground.

O bonny Portmore, you shine where you stand.
And the more I think on you the more I think long
If I had you now as I had once before
All the Lords of Old England would not purchase Portmore.

Loreena McKennitt

Loreena McKennitt

The Visit

26. Let It Be Me – from ‘Greatest Recordings’ by The Everly Brothers 1986
Everly Brothers Greatest Recordings

Everly Brothers Greatest Recordings

I bless the day I found you
I want to stay around you
And so I beg you, let it be me

Don’t take this heaven from one
If you must cling to someone
Now and forever, let it be me

Each time we meet love
I find complete love
Without your sweet love what would life be

So never leave me lonely
Tell me you love me only
And that you’ll always let it be me

Each time we meet love
I find complete love
Without your sweet love what would life be

So never leave me lonely
Tell me you love me only
And that you’ll always let it be me

The Everly Brothers

The Everly Brothers

Greatest Recordings

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