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-Star Trek- Far From Home- Presented By:NubetJohnSheppard Another day in this carnival of souls Another nights ends, end as quickly as it goes The memories are shadows; ink on the page And I can't seem to find my way home And it's almost like Your heaven's trying everything Your heaven's trying everything To keep me out All the places I've been and things I've seen A million stories that made up a million shattered dreams The faces of people I'll never see again And I can't seem to find my way home Cause it's almost like Your heaven's trying everything To break me down Cause it's almost like Your heaven's trying everything To keep me out Cause it's almost like Your heaven's trying everything To break me down Cause it's almost like Your heaven's trying everything Your heaven's trying everything To break me down To break me down To break me down Your heavens trying everything Your heavens trying everything To break me... down ------------------------------------------------ -----------------------------------------------
21 Mar 2011
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music from Teebs - moments
10 Aug 2016
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I wrote this song when recording "For My Dad" and it's been one of my favorites. I could hear the part "When e'er I roam So far from home" in my head so I knew there had to be lyrics for it.
21 May 2008
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********www.youtube****/watch?v=ccW1gBfLl2w - New Rapper B.Will has been featured as a top rap artist, has just released one of the best underground rap mix tapes ever heard. The highly anticipated mix tape "Far From Home II, features his first single off the project "My Love For This" featuring neo soul artist J-Bright who is also a talented hip hop artist. B.Will is a rap artist who has been compared to some of the greatest hip hop artists ever, such as Tupac, J.Cole, Common, Ja rule. To listen to the entire mix tape and to get free rap music downloads of his songs go to.
17 May 2013
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Lyrics by Tess moore, Piano by David Vigil (Morningstar), artist / musician of santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. 'Beatinthepocket' in sites, (Search Google, Bing or yahoo).
5 Jul 2011
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Lyrics and danse by Tess Moore, Music by David Vigil (Morningstar0, artist / musician of santa fe, new mexico, USA. 'Beatinthepocket' in sites, (Search Google, Yahoo Bing).
5 Jul 2011
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23 Sep 2011
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It’s not easy starting a new life in a completely different country. For Red Bull KTM’s Ken Roczen, he had to leave behind family, find new friends, and had to try to adapt to the American culture.
26 Apr 2013
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Liz Seymour sings some of her favorite music in a Cabaret at PCS. This is the final video of the evening with the last song, Fade To Blue, plus the encore medley of Neverland, Far From The Home, and Somewhere Over The Rainbow. For More Information, Go to *******LizSeymour****
8 Apr 2009
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A black soldier is killed while returning to his base in the deep south. The white people of the area are suspected at first. A tough black army attorney is brought in to find out the truth. We find out a bit more about the dead soldier in flashbacks - and that he was unpopular. Will the attorney find the killer ?
13 Aug 2010
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FEMMSLASH IF YOU DON'T LIKE DON'T WATCH AND NO RUDE COMMENTS A video that i made for my friend that has had a crazy week. Hope you all enjoy it. I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING, IT ALL BELONGS TO IT'S RIGHTFUL OWNERS
20 Mar 2011
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music from Teebs - moments
10 Aug 2016
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Sk8rstv**** catches up with Yavor Vechernikov, on this Session With An AM. Find out whats in the future for Yavor and how he feels about being so far from home.
11 Apr 2008
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Produced by Encyclopedia Britannica Films, this video seeks to educate American schoolchildren on how to take cover in the event of a nuclear warning or attack. The child safety tips are dated and hilarious, consider what little help covering up is against a nuclear weapon or a nuclear explosion. Three different situations are shown, including when children are at school, at home, or at a playground. Children are shown cowering against buildings and hiding in basements. Fictional characters, Sue and Ted, are shown at home alone during an attack. The narrator even recommends that children caught outside far from home enter a random house for shelter, advising them that “strangers will understand.” The film also gives a simplified explanation of how nuclear bombs work throughout the lessons on child home safety. This is a classic Cold War era propaganda film that is light on atomic bomb facts and heavy on reassuring government rhetoric.
8 Sep 2009
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On a brutal winter's day in 1650 in Stockholm, the Frenchman René Descartes, the most influential and controversial thinker of his time, was buried after a cold and lonely death far from home. Sixteen years later, the French Ambassador Hugues de Terlon secretly unearthed Descartes' bones and transported them to France. Why would this devoutly Catholic official care so much about the remains of a philosopher who was hounded from country to country on charges of atheism? Why would Descartes' bones take such a strange, serpentine path over the next 350 years—a path intersecting some of the grandest events imaginable: the birth of science, the rise of democracy, the mind-body problem, the conflict between faith and reason? Their story involves people from all walks of life—Louis XIV, a Swedish casino operator, poets and playwrights, philosophers and physicists, as these people used the bones in scientific studies, stole them, sold them, revered them as relics, fought over them, passed them surreptitiously from hand to hand. The answer lies in Descartes’ famous phrase: Cogito ergo sum—"I think, therefore I am." In his deceptively simple seventy-eight-page essay, Discourse on the Method, this small, vain, vindictive, peripatetic, ambitious Frenchman destroyed 2,000 years of received wisdom and laid the foundations of the modern world. At the root of Descartes’ “method” was skepticism: "What can I know for certain?" Like-minded thinkers around Europe passionately embraced the book--the method was applied to medicine, nature, politics, and society. The notion that one could find truth in facts that could be proved, and not in reliance on tradition and the Church's teachings, would become a turning point in human history. In an age of faith, what Descartes was proposing seemed like heresy. Yet Descartes himself was a good Catholic, who was spurred to write his incendiary book for the most personal of reasons: He had devoted himself to medicine and the study of nature, but when his beloved daughter died at the age of five, he took his ideas deeper. To understand the natural world one needed to question everything. Thus the scientific method was created and religion overthrown. If the natural world could be understood, knowledge could be advanced, and others might not suffer as his child did. The great controversy Descartes ignited continues to our era: where Islamic terrorists spurn the modern world and pine for a culture based on unquestioning faith; where scientists write bestsellers that passionately make the case for atheism; where others struggle to find a balance between faith and reason. Descartes’ Bonesis a historical detective story about the creation of the modern mind, with twists and turns leading up to the present day—to the science museum in Paris where the philosopher’s skull now resides and to the church a few kilometers away where, not long ago, a philosopher-priest said a mass for his bones.
8 Oct 2008
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The anthem of the bulgarian emigrants. It is not easy to be far from home.
9 Feb 2009
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