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Artist: Jethro Tull

Title: Ring Out Solstice Bells

Duration: 03'40"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: pop/rock

Locomotive: false

Likes: 0; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 7B–5–107

Last play: 05/01/2019 at 21:47:54

Now is the solstice of the year, Winter is the glad song that you hear. Seven maids move in seven time. Have the lads up ready in a line. Ring out these bells. Ring out, ring solstice bells. Ring solstice bells. Join together beneath the mistletoe By the holy oak whereon it grows. Seven druids dance in seven time. Sing the song the bells call, loudly chiming. Ring out these bells. Ring out, ring solstice bells. Ring solstice bells. Ring out, ring out those solstice bells. Ring out, ring out those solstice bells. Praise be to the distant sister sun, Joyful as the silver planets run. Seven maids move in seven time. Sing the song the bells call, loudly chiming. Ring out these bells. Ring out, ring solstice bells. Ring solstice bells. Ring on, ring out. Ring on, ring out. Ring on, ring out. Ring on, ring out.


Artist: Jethro Tull

Title: Life Is A Long Song

Duration: 03'16"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre:

Locomotive: false

Likes: 1; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 10B–6–84

Last play: 13/01/2019 at 01:21:40

When you're falling awake and you take stock of the new day, and you hear your voice croak as you choke on what you need to say, well, don't you fret, don't you fear, I will give you good cheer. Life's a long song. Life's a long song. Life's a long song. If you wait then your plate I will fill. As the verses unfold and your soul suffers the long day, and the twelve o'clock gloom spins the room, you struggle on your way. Well, don't you sigh, don't you cry, lick the dust from your eye. Life's a long song. Life's a long song. Life's a long song. We will meet in the sweet light of dawn. As the Baker Street train spills your pain all over your new dress, and the symphony sounds underground put you under duress, well don't you squeal as the heel grinds you under the wheel. Life's a long song. Life's a long song. Life's a long song. But the tune ends too soon for us all.


Artist: Jethro Tull

Title: Minstrel In The Gallery

Duration: 08'10"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: pop/rock

Locomotive: false

Likes: 1; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 10A–4–118

Last play: 23/12/2018 at 01:52:49

The minstrel in the gallery Looked down upon the smiling faces He met the gazes observed the spaces In between the old men's cackle And he brewed a song of love and hatred Oblique suggestions and he waited He polarized the pumpkin-eaters Static-humming panel-beaters The minstrel in the gallery Looked down on the rabbit-run And threw away his looking-glass Saw his face in everyone Hey, he titillated the men-of-action Belly warming, hands still rubbing On the parts that they never mention Salaried and collar-scrubbing He pacified the nappy-suffering, infant-bleating, one-line jokers T.V. documentary makers, overfed and undertakers Sunday paper backgammon players Family-scarred and women-haters Then he called the band down to the stage And he looked at all the friends he'd made The minstrel in the gallery I looked down on the rabbit-run And threw away his looking-glass And saw his face in everyone Hey The minstrel in the gallery Looked down upon the smiling faces Met the gazes


Artist: Jethro Tull

Title: Heavy Horses

Duration: 08'52"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: pop/rock

Locomotive: false

Likes: 0; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 6B–6–117

Last play: 18/12/2018 at 11:30:14

Iron-clad feather-feet pounding the dust An October's day, towards evening Sweat embossed veins standing proud to the plough Salt on a deep chest seasoning Last of the line at an honest day's toil Turning the deep sod under Flint at the fetlock, chasing the bone Flies at the nostrils plunder The Suffolk, the Clydesdale, the Percheron vie With the Shire on his feathers floating Hauling soft timber into the dusk To bed on a warm straw coating Heavy Horses, move the land under me Behind the plough gliding --- slipping and sliding free Now you're down to the few And there's no work to do The tractor's on its way Let me find you a filly for your proud stallion seed To keep the old line going And we'll stand you abreast at the back of the wood Behind the young trees growing To hide you from eyes that mock at your girth And your eighteen hands at the shoulder And one day when the oil barons have all dripped dry And the nights are seen to draw colder They'll beg for your strength, your gentle power Your noble grace and your bearing And you'll strain once again to the sound of the gulls In the wake of the deep plough, sharing Standing like tanks on the brow of the hill Up into the cold wind facing In stiff battle harness, chained to the world Against the low sun racing Bring me a wheel of oaken wood A rein of polished leather A Heavy Horse and a tumbling sky Brewing heavy weather Bring a song for the evening Clean brass to flash the dawn Across these acres glistening Like dew on a carpet lawn In these dark towns folk lie sleeping As the heavy horses thunder by To wake the dying city With the living horseman's cry At once the old hands quicken --- Bring pick and wisp and curry comb --- Thrill to the sound of all The heavy horses coming home


Artist: Jethro Tull

Title: Locomotive Breath

Duration: 04'27"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: pop/rock

Locomotive: false

Likes: 0; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 9A–6–126

Last play: 21/12/2018 at 03:02:29



Artist: Jethro Tull

Title: Bouree

Duration: 03'53"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: pop/rock

Locomotive: false

Likes: 0; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 7A–4–121

Last play: 06/12/2018 at 07:09:40




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