A clip from inside the tunnel at the Rose Bowl. OSU Beavers are shown prior to running out on the field in the second half.
"THE NOSE" is a new parody by Loose Bruce Kerr of Bette Midler's "The Rose." Loose Bruce Kerr is a parodist featured on the Dr. Demento Show over 75 times, as well as on NPR's "All Things Considered," ABC TV Network News, CNN News, and the Jim Bohannon syndicated radio show. Bruce is also an attorney for Sun Microsystems in California's Silicon Valley. High res videos and stereo mp3's at www.loosebrucekerr
Fort Worth’s historic Rose Marine Theater is one of Fort Worth’s oldest standing venues. Nestled between downtown Fort Worth and the Stockyards, the Rose Marine Theater opened as opened as a movie house in the 1920s and has operated under three names: the Rose, the Roseland, and the Marine Theater. When it was the Marine Theater, the theater presented Spanish language films to the North Side’s growing Hispanic population. The theater is listed on the National Register of Historic places and is part of the Marine Commercial Historic District. Today, the theater has been beautifully restored to remember the legacy of this landmark while supporting our next generation of Hispanic artists.
Some say love it is a river
that drowns the tender reed
Some say love it is a razer
that leaves your soul to blead
Some say love it is a hunger
an endless aching need
I say love it is a flower
and you it's only seed
It's the heart afraid of breaking
that never learns to dance
It's the dream afraid of wakingthat never takes the chance
It's the one who won't be taken
who cannot seem to give
and the soul afraid of dyingthat never learns to live
When the night has been too lonely
and the road has been too long
and you think that love is only
for the lucky and the strong
Just remember in the winterfar beneath the bitter snows
lies the seed
that with the sun's love
in the spring
becomes the rose
Here are a few deleted Scenes from the movie War Of The Roses.
The last hope in one world polluted: the Rose
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Me and Victor Lewis ending the set at The Rose and Thistle 10/24/08.
The groundbreaking music Video by "The Handz of Time." The single is "Name of The Rose pt 1" from The "Killakingdom" Album. Available at Killakingdom**** Official Myspace- Myspace****/handzoftime
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The single is "Name of The Rose pt 1" from The "Killakingdom" Album.
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The Rose" is a pop song written by Amanda McBroom made famous by Bette Midler in the 1979 movie The Rose. Since then it has been covered by a variety of artists. The song is encouragement for people who are so afraid of failing (in love, among other things) that they do not even try, as illustrated by the lyric "And the soul, afraid of dying, that never learns to live..." "The Rose" is featured in the 1979 film of the same name, in which it was performed by Midler. The single hit #3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart and #1 on the adult contemporary chart, and it was certified as a gold single by the RIAA...pls. enjoy!!!
"The Rose" is a pop song written by Amanda McBroom made famous by Bette Midler in the 1979 movie The Rose. Since then it has been covered by a variety of artists. The song is encouragement for people who are so afraid of failing (in love, among other things) that they do not even try, as illustrated by the lyric "And the soul, afraid of dying, that never learns to live..." Country singer Conway Twitty recorded a cover version in 1983. His version, off his album Dream Maker, was a Number One country hit in U.S. and Canada...pls. enjoy!!!
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Here we have my hero Victor Lewis with Brad Power playing a french pop song from the 60's of unknown meaning. Live at the Rose and Thistle pub on Water Street.
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