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  1. You're beautiful and that's for sure You'll never ever fade You're lovely, but it's not for sure That I won't ever change And though my love is rare And though my love is true I'm like a bird I'll only fly away I don't know where my soul is (soul is) I don't know where my home is And baby all I need for you to know is I'm like a bird I'll only fly away I don't know where my soul is (soul is) I.
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  4. In an interview with The Metro newspaper November 26, , Nelly was asked what her favorite bird is. Her reply was crows, because: "They like shiny things and I'm the same when I'm at the shopping mall. I'm attracted to things that glitter and shine." >>.
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  6. Mar 23,  · We hear this bird at twilight and at night. It's Massachusetts in March. The sound is a raspy squawk. Anyone know what this is? Googling "bird songs at .
  7. 17 hours ago · In Part 1, Nils discusses his 50+ years in the music biz, his new live 2-CD set 'Weathered,' the great Cindy Mizelle, Willie Nile, and more. The post Interview with Nils Lofgren (Part One): On New.
  8. Mar 03,  · When we talk about birdsong, we cannot simply refer to a single 'voice'. It is a great chorus of complex sounds, it is a real language in itself. The dry 'teak' of a sparrow, the plaintive 'gheck gheck gheck' of a woodpecker, the shrill 'chirrip' of a lark – each sound has its own purpose and is used in very specific circumstances. For birdwatchers, learning how to ‘decode’ the secret la.

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