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  • They relieve faultline pressure at least that's what people tell me, they're kinda fun, and I've always liked "Crucify" by Tori, but they should not be held any earlier than, say, 9:00 AM on a Sunday.

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  • Loved "Little Amsterdam", enjoyed the extended lead-in improv to "Crucify", and thought the new-to-me lullaby delivery of "Playboy Mommy" was very sweet.

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  • Or are we ready to run the awful risk of hearing Christ's "Depart!" rather than face men's "Crucify"?

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  • The "Crucify" singer insists the colorful pop star is just what music fans need right now as they battle the swine flu pandemic, a global recession, and war - but she won't be around for long.

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  • 'Cause of what went on that day when the masses shouted "Crucify"; to He who'd never told a lie

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  • Little Earthquakes, naturally, but there are a sprinkling of cover songs, such as the beautifully played Led Zeppelin tune "Thank You" and the sullen Nirvana cover, "Smells Like Teen Spirit," both of which would go on to appear on her 1992 EP "Crucify" in studio-recorded versions.

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  • The rawest moments of her best songs, particularly "Crucify," "Silent All These Years" and the stark rape confessional "Me and a Gun," are like confrontations hurled at the audience.

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  • Just days later, they were crying out, "Crucify him," and they were divided once again, powerless and no longer a threat to injustice.

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  • Just days later, they were crying out, "Crucify him," and they were divided once again, powerless and no longer a threat to injustice.

    Lillian Daniel: Palm Sunday Rally -- We Are One

  • Just days later, they were crying out, "Crucify him," and they were divided once again, powerless and no longer a threat to injustice.

    Lillian Daniel: Palm Sunday Rally -- We Are One

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