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Song: The Carpenter with Lyrics e traduzione Album: Angels Fall First 1997 Nightwsih Discography Who are you? Man condemned to shine a salvation Throughout the centuries Why? Was the wine of the grail Too sour for man to drink The carpenter Carved his anchor On the dying souls of mankind On the tomb of this unknown soldier Lay the tools of the one who for us had died Tools of the carpenter The one they lick The same old sick Dream of their precious saviour Kiss them deep And make them weep Over promises of eternal peace The carpenter… I hear you Through the symphonic voices of nature The purity I could never doubt They tell me to lie on the grass And observe my saviour The one crucified to the chirping of birds The carpenter… Chi sei? Uomo condannato a illuminare la salvezza attraverso i secoli Perchè? Era il vino del Graal Troppo amaro da bere per un uomo? Il falegname Intagliò la sua ancora Sulle anime morenti dell’umanità Sulla tomba di questo milite ignoto Posa gli arnesi di colui che è morto per noi Gli arnesi del falegname Quello che bastonano Lo stesso vecchio malato Sogno del loro prezioso salvatore Baciali profondamente E falli piangere Su promesse di pace eterna Il falegname… Ti sento Attraverso la sinfonica voce della natura La purezza di cui non potrei mai dubitare Mi dicono di stendermi sull’erba e osservare il mio salvatore L’unico crocifisso al cinguettio degli uccelli Il falegname…
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Forty Six & 2 – Tool



Lyrics and Video for the Tool song Forty Six & 2 The Shadow as defined by Carl Jung 46 & 2 chromosomes explained by Drunvalo Melchizadek Art by Alex Grey
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Peter Skellern (born 14 March 1947, Bury, Lancashire[1]) is an English singer-songwriter and pianist. Skellern attended Derby Grammar School (now Derby High School) and studied piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He later joined pop groups called ‘Harlem’ and ‘March Hare’. Skellern played the organ at St Michael’s Church, Bolton during his early years. Skellern’s first hit song was "You’re a Lady" in 1972. The record featured the choir Congregation who had recorded the hit "Softly Whispering I Love You" and reached number three in the UK Singles Chart[3] and number 50 in the United States Billboard Hot 100.[4] He followed this three years later with "Hold On to Love" which reached number 14 in the UK chart. He also sang the theme song to the musical Billy Liar. For three years in the 1970s he worked on BBC Radio 4′s Stop the Week, writing topical songs. A non charting song ‘Too much I’m in love’ also received much radio play. In 1978 Skellern had a minor hit with "Love is the Sweetest Thing" (which featured backing by the Grimethorpe Colliery Band), winning the Music Trades Association award for best Middle of the Road song. His album Astaire is regarded by many as a minor classic. In 1981 he wrote, composed and performed in a series of musical playlets for the BBC called Happy Endings. Two years later Skellern hosted the Private Lives television chat show. He wrote the lyrics for the song "One More Kiss, Dear", from the 1982 film, Blade Runner. In 1984, He <b>…</b>
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Peter Skellern (born 14 March 1947, Bury, Lancashire[1]) is an English singer-songwriter and pianist. Skellern attended Derby Grammar School (now Derby High School) and studied piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He later joined pop groups called ‘Harlem’ and ‘March Hare’. Skellern played the organ at St Michael’s Church, Bolton during his early years. Skellern’s first hit song was "You’re a Lady" in 1972. The record featured the choir Congregation who had recorded the hit "Softly Whispering I Love You" and reached number three in the UK Singles Chart[3] and number 50 in the United States Billboard Hot 100.[4] He followed this three years later with "Hold On to Love" which reached number 14 in the UK chart. He also sang the theme song to the musical Billy Liar. For three years in the 1970s he worked on BBC Radio 4′s Stop the Week, writing topical songs. A non charting song ‘Too much I’m in love’ also received much radio play. In 1978 Skellern had a minor hit with "Love is the Sweetest Thing" (which featured backing by the Grimethorpe Colliery Band), winning the Music Trades Association award for best Middle of the Road song. His album Astaire is regarded by many as a minor classic. In 1981 he wrote, composed and performed in a series of musical playlets for the BBC called Happy Endings. Two years later Skellern hosted the Private Lives television chat show. He wrote the lyrics for the song "One More Kiss, Dear", from the 1982 film, Blade Runner. In 1984, He <b>…</b>
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Peter Skellern (born 14 March 1947, Bury, Lancashire[1]) is an English singer-songwriter and pianist. Skellern attended Derby Grammar School (now Derby High School) and studied piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He later joined pop groups called ‘Harlem’ and ‘March Hare’. Skellern played the organ at St Michael’s Church, Bolton during his early years. Skellern’s first hit song was "You’re a Lady" in 1972. The record featured the choir Congregation who had recorded the hit "Softly Whispering I Love You" and reached number three in the UK Singles Chart[3] and number 50 in the United States Billboard Hot 100.[4] He followed this three years later with "Hold On to Love" which reached number 14 in the UK chart. He also sang the theme song to the musical Billy Liar. For three years in the 1970s he worked on BBC Radio 4′s Stop the Week, writing topical songs. A non charting song ‘Too much I’m in love’ also received much radio play. In 1978 Skellern had a minor hit with "Love is the Sweetest Thing" (which featured backing by the Grimethorpe Colliery Band), winning the Music Trades Association award for best Middle of the Road song. His album Astaire is regarded by many as a minor classic. In 1981 he wrote, composed and performed in a series of musical playlets for the BBC called Happy Endings. Two years later Skellern hosted the Private Lives television chat show. He wrote the lyrics for the song "One More Kiss, Dear", from the 1982 film, Blade Runner. In 1984, He <b>…</b>
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Peter Skellern (born 14 March 1947, Bury, Lancashire[1]) is an English singer-songwriter and pianist. Skellern attended Derby Grammar School (now Derby High School) and studied piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He later joined pop groups called ‘Harlem’ and ‘March Hare’. Skellern played the organ at St Michael’s Church, Bolton during his early years. Skellern’s first hit song was "You’re a Lady" in 1972. The record featured the choir Congregation who had recorded the hit "Softly Whispering I Love You" and reached number three in the UK Singles Chart[3] and number 50 in the United States Billboard Hot 100.[4] He followed this three years later with "Hold On to Love" which reached number 14 in the UK chart. He also sang the theme song to the musical Billy Liar. For three years in the 1970s he worked on BBC Radio 4′s Stop the Week, writing topical songs. A non charting song ‘Too much I’m in love’ also received much radio play. In 1978 Skellern had a minor hit with "Love is the Sweetest Thing" (which featured backing by the Grimethorpe Colliery Band), winning the Music Trades Association award for best Middle of the Road song. His album Astaire is regarded by many as a minor classic. In 1981 he wrote, composed and performed in a series of musical playlets for the BBC called Happy Endings. Two years later Skellern hosted the Private Lives television chat show. He wrote the lyrics for the song "One More Kiss, Dear", from the 1982 film, Blade Runner. In 1984, He <b>…</b>
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Peter Skellern (born 14 March 1947, Bury, Lancashire[1]) is an English singer-songwriter and pianist. Skellern attended Derby Grammar School (now Derby High School) and studied piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He later joined pop groups called ‘Harlem’ and ‘March Hare’. Skellern played the organ at St Michael’s Church, Bolton during his early years. Skellern’s first hit song was "You’re a Lady" in 1972. The record featured the choir Congregation who had recorded the hit "Softly Whispering I Love You" and reached number three in the UK Singles Chart[3] and number 50 in the United States Billboard Hot 100.[4] He followed this three years later with "Hold On to Love" which reached number 14 in the UK chart. He also sang the theme song to the musical Billy Liar. For three years in the 1970s he worked on BBC Radio 4′s Stop the Week, writing topical songs. A non charting song ‘Too much I’m in love’ also received much radio play. In 1978 Skellern had a minor hit with "Love is the Sweetest Thing" (which featured backing by the Grimethorpe Colliery Band), winning the Music Trades Association award for best Middle of the Road song. His album Astaire is regarded by many as a minor classic. In 1981 he wrote, composed and performed in a series of musical playlets for the BBC called Happy Endings. Two years later Skellern hosted the Private Lives television chat show. He wrote the lyrics for the song "One More Kiss, Dear", from the 1982 film, Blade Runner. In 1984, He <b>…</b>
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Peter Skellern (born 14 March 1947, Bury, Lancashire[1]) is an English singer-songwriter and pianist. Skellern attended Derby Grammar School (now Derby High School) and studied piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He later joined pop groups called ‘Harlem’ and ‘March Hare’. Skellern played the organ at St Michael’s Church, Bolton during his early years. Skellern’s first hit song was "You’re a Lady" in 1972. The record featured the choir Congregation who had recorded the hit "Softly Whispering I Love You" and reached number three in the UK Singles Chart[3] and number 50 in the United States Billboard Hot 100.[4] He followed this three years later with "Hold On to Love" which reached number 14 in the UK chart. He also sang the theme song to the musical Billy Liar. For three years in the 1970s he worked on BBC Radio 4′s Stop the Week, writing topical songs. A non charting song ‘Too much I’m in love’ also received much radio play. In 1978 Skellern had a minor hit with "Love is the Sweetest Thing" (which featured backing by the Grimethorpe Colliery Band), winning the Music Trades Association award for best Middle of the Road song. His album Astaire is regarded by many as a minor classic. In 1981 he wrote, composed and performed in a series of musical playlets for the BBC called Happy Endings. Two years later Skellern hosted the Private Lives television chat show. He wrote the lyrics for the song "One More Kiss, Dear", from the 1982 film, Blade Runner. In 1984, He <b>…</b>
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