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Fill my heart with song and let me sing forever and more. You are all I long for, all I worship and _____. In other words, please be true. In other words, I love you.
 Beyond The Sea
This is a 1946 pop song written by Charles Trenet and lyrics by Jack Lawrence. Trenet's French version paid _____ to the changing moods of the sea while Lawrence by adding the word 'beyond' to the title created lyrics about a lover finding for a lost love

Children's stories
 decreed    echo    made for each other    mortal    mortal    petrified    sesame    stumbled    summon    wound  
The protestors demonstrated against the proposed law that would give mainland China some control over their courts. Afterwards, a small number of protestors gathered to _____ their next move.
And watches the ships that go sailing Somewhere beyond the sea She's there watching for me If I _____ fly like birds on high Then straight to her arms I'd go sailing
Nobody is posting their bad days on social media. Social media is not real. You're only seeing the _____ part of someone's life. Your life is different from theirs because you get to experience the stuff that never gets posted.
 easy trade countries
In Seoul, South Koreans protest Japan's decision to remove South Korea from Tokyo's list of _____.
 Fly Me To The Moon
This song was written by Bart Howard in 1954. And it was first name, 'In Other Words', and for some reason it didn't _____ at all. But in 1962 it was renamed the first five words of the lyric, 'fly me to the moon'. And it was an overnight success.

 mercantilism    Mohenjo Daro    myth  

 flexing    get-rich-quick    mousetrap  

 asymptotically    Goldbach    golden section    integrals    isoscelese    number    raise    raised    Φ  

 droughts    heliocentric    iron    mane    nebula    On the Origin of Species  

 aback    advantage    blackmail    influencer    tumbled    unscathed  
Because the moon's period of rotation is equal to its period of revolution, that is to say, because the moon takes the same amount of time to spin as it does to orbit the earth, we from the earth only ever see one face of the moon.


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