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“When the noise was loudest, walrus hides booming and priests a-singing, I says, 'Are you ready?”
“We're singing and a-singing!" trilled Plante, starting off his daily talk show on WMAL-AM on Wednesday to the strains of the gospel-pop tune "Oh Happy Day.”
“Then heard Sigurd the wood-peckers a-singing, even as the song says.”
“No word was spoken between them, and with noiseless feet they went forth into the orchard, where the blackbirds and thrushes were beginning their first morning song, and ere they came out on to the meadow the full choir of them was a-singing.”
“After that, she getting no better, father fell a-laughing and a-singing; and then there was only I to give them both water, and they both died.”
“Would a girl, modest as simple, above seventeen, be set a-singing at the pleasure of such a man as that?”
“*Five compilation discs a-singing, four chocolate bars a-melting, three tall jars, two wine bottles, and a scarf for grandmamaaaa - Yeah, those aren't the proper words, are they?”
“But let him feign never so carefully, there is not a man but has his pulses shaken when Pan trolls out a stave of ecstasy and sets the world a-singing.”
“I can hear my Bob a-singing: what a voice he hath!”
“When we have heard him a-singing like a foolish jongleur this past hour and more?”
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