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Song Of The Wanderer (Where Shall I Go?) Soprano Vocals, Contralto Vocals – Vaughn De LeathWritten-By – Neil Moret. Song Of The Wanderer (Where Shall I Go?) recorded 4 April 1927 Rock Me To Sleep In An Old Rocking Chair recorded 14 March 1927. Matrix, Runout: I 20600A, (VE).
The wanderer seems to be seeking both understanding and peace in this poem.
You can find the song if you only know parts of the song's lyrics. Looking for a song that is sung by Avril Lavigne I think, She sings the words, "where you go". It's not When I'm Gone because that song is much slower.
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Genre: epic song, sometimes described as an "elegy" or lament for things and/or persons lost to death. The predominant features of Anglo-Saxon verse are produced by oral-formulaic composition, in which an illiterate but immensely learned bard sings, to his own instrumental accompaniment, a song he composes as he sings by following strict metrical rules and a huge array of thematic content strands. Epic singers of this type survived in Serbia, Bosnia and Albania until the early part of this century. To what degree does Modern English literature retain traces of the elegiac mode and to what uses is it put? What kinds of loss does it now lament, and to what extent does its audience heed its message? 2) Old English Syntax and Usage
What if all my plans will flop, I don't know That is why we have to stop and just flow Be on it when the casket drops Grab ahold of my soul and crack the master lock Where does it go? But if I really open the door, I don't know But that is what I'm hoping to show So hid some spare change, for the dead bro Pull it out my pocket, stop, motion, let go. So there i was again staring at the sky Sky stares back like why you so high Man you so sore god you so low Hanging on the hedge in the middle of my flow Flow's where i leave that thats where i dwell Damn its. Smoke the butterfly, Ill follow her where the day is in Pull the iron of the maiden. Butterflys in my stomach as the day is in. 1.