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Middle English, from Latin correctus , past participle of corrigere , from com- + regere to lead straight — more at right

The Latin word rēctus , meaning “straight” or “right,” gives us the root rect. Words from the Latin rēctus have something to do with being straight or correct. Something e rect stands straight up. Something cor rect is right. A rect angle is a shape made of four straight lines and four right angles.

Every time I hear "Song For Whoever" I remember Cyndi Lauper Mike Read arguing over the correct lyrics on Round Table.

Absolutely correct. , Double standards from Pakistan.old song.

"MacArthur Park" is a song written and composed by Jimmy Webb. Richard Harris was the first to record the song in 1968: his version peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number four on the UK Singles Chart. "MacArthur Park" was subsequently covered by numerous artists, including a hit version in 1969 by country music singer Waylon Jennings. Among the best-known covers is Donna Summer ''''''''''''''''s disco arrangement from 1978 which topped the Billboard Hot 100. [1]

"MacArthur Park" is considered one of the worst songs ever written. [2] Its flowery lyrics and metaphors (notoriously likening lost love to a cake left out in the rain) have been described as "bloated" and "loopy." [1] Webb commented: "Those lyrics were all very real to me: there was nothing psychedelic about it to me. The cake, it was an available object. It was what I saw in the park at the birthday parties." [1]

Similar honorific nicknames have been given in other genres, including Aretha Franklin , who was literally crowned "Queen of Soul" by disk jockey Pervis Spann on stage in 1968. [12] Madonna and Michael Jackson have been closely associated with the terms Queen and King of Pop since the 1980s. [13] Some nicknames have been strongly promulgated and contested by various artists [14] and occasionally disowned or played down by their subjects. [15] Some notable honorific nicknames are in general usage and commonly identified with particular individuals.

These classic country song lyrics are the property of the respective artist, authors and labels, they are intended solely for educational purposes and private study only. The chords provided are my interpretation and their accuracy is not guaranteed.

Country Song lyrics with chords are available on this web site from many older country artists. Our favorites are classic country lyrics and country gospel. These songs are listed in alphabetical order with the artist listed beside them. They are all wonderful old songs that may bring back memories of yesteryear.

"MacArthur Park" is a song written and composed by Jimmy Webb. Richard Harris was the first to record the song in 1968: his version peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number four on the UK Singles Chart. "MacArthur Park" was subsequently covered by numerous artists, including a hit version in 1969 by country music singer Waylon Jennings. Among the best-known covers is Donna Summer ''''s disco arrangement from 1978 which topped the Billboard Hot 100. [1]

"MacArthur Park" is considered one of the worst songs ever written. [2] Its flowery lyrics and metaphors (notoriously likening lost love to a cake left out in the rain) have been described as "bloated" and "loopy." [1] Webb commented: "Those lyrics were all very real to me: there was nothing psychedelic about it to me. The cake, it was an available object. It was what I saw in the park at the birthday parties." [1]

Similar honorific nicknames have been given in other genres, including Aretha Franklin , who was literally crowned "Queen of Soul" by disk jockey Pervis Spann on stage in 1968. [12] Madonna and Michael Jackson have been closely associated with the terms Queen and King of Pop since the 1980s. [13] Some nicknames have been strongly promulgated and contested by various artists [14] and occasionally disowned or played down by their subjects. [15] Some notable honorific nicknames are in general usage and commonly identified with particular individuals.

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I DEADASS READ IT IN THE WAY THE THEME SONG GOES BECAUSE IT WAS IN ORDER LIKE FROM TINKY WINKY TO PO IT WAS IN CORRECT LRDER AS THEME SONG

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"MacArthur Park" is a song written and composed by Jimmy Webb. Richard Harris was the first to record the song in 1968: his version peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number four on the UK Singles Chart. "MacArthur Park" was subsequently covered by numerous artists, including a hit version in 1969 by country music singer Waylon Jennings. Among the best-known covers is Donna Summer ''s disco arrangement from 1978 which topped the Billboard Hot 100. [1]

"MacArthur Park" is considered one of the worst songs ever written. [2] Its flowery lyrics and metaphors (notoriously likening lost love to a cake left out in the rain) have been described as "bloated" and "loopy." [1] Webb commented: "Those lyrics were all very real to me: there was nothing psychedelic about it to me. The cake, it was an available object. It was what I saw in the park at the birthday parties." [1]

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"MacArthur Park" is a song written and composed by Jimmy Webb. Richard Harris was the first to record the song in 1968: his version peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number four on the UK Singles Chart. "MacArthur Park" was subsequently covered by numerous artists, including a hit version in 1969 by country music singer Waylon Jennings. Among the best-known covers is Donna Summer 's disco arrangement from 1978 which topped the Billboard Hot 100. [1]

"MacArthur Park" is considered one of the worst songs ever written. [2] Its flowery lyrics and metaphors (notoriously likening lost love to a cake left out in the rain) have been described as "bloated" and "loopy." [1] Webb commented: "Those lyrics were all very real to me: there was nothing psychedelic about it to me. The cake, it was an available object. It was what I saw in the park at the birthday parties." [1]

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Johnny has earned national notoriety as a sadistic bigot who beat and stabbed a gay man and left him to die. When Johnny s Mother begs Joplin attorney Steve Myers to defend her son, Steve has one secret reason for saying no. But his partner, Michelle Boudreaux decides to tackle the case. She s got a way to prove that he is innocent. In Mississippi Christina faces the firestorm surrounding the trial. Johnny s only defense is his claim that he left his victim bludgeoned but alive. To prove that someone else committed the actual murder Michelle needs to dig up more evidence and a motive to go with it. When unforseen circumstances force Steve to enter the proceedings, he sees only one way to prove Johnny s innocence. He has got to use Michelle s way and lure the killer out of the woodwork even though he may kill again.

Check yes or no? Dont u want to know the name of the song? Ha ha. Now i get it! His name is George strait- http://www.geocities.com/SouthBeach/Palms/6011/lyrics.htm Check Yes or No [Top] It started way back in third grade I used to sit beside Emmy-Lou Hayes Pink dress, matching bow, and her ponytail She kissed me on the schoolbus, but told me not to tell Next day I chased her round the playground Across the monkeybars to the merry-go-round And Emmy-Lou got caught passing me a note Before the teacher took it, I read what she wrote (Chorus) "Do you love me? Do you want to be my friend? And if you do, Well then don t be afraid to take me by the hand If you want to I think this is how love goes Check yes or no." Now we re grown up and she s my wife Still like two kids, stars in our eyes Ain t much changed, I still chase Emmy-Lou Up and down the hall, around the bed in our room Last night I took her out in a white limousine Twenty years together, she still gets to me I can t believe it s been that long ago When we got started with just a little note (Repeat chorus twice) Check yes or no Check yes or no Check yes or no

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KIAN ISNT FUCKING RACIST CAUSE HE SAID NIGGA ! HE DIDNT SAY NIGGER SO CORRECT YOURSELF ITS NOT THAT SERIOUS HE WAS SINGING A SONG

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She can"t even sing good! I"m not one to hate either but your 100% correct! don"t like the new song either

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"MacArthur Park" is a song written and composed by Jimmy Webb. Richard Harris was the first to record the song in 1968: his version peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number four on the UK Singles Chart. "MacArthur Park" was subsequently covered by numerous artists, including a hit version in 1969 by country music singer Waylon Jennings. Among the best-known covers is Donna Summer ''''''''s disco arrangement from 1978 which topped the Billboard Hot 100. [1]

"MacArthur Park" is considered one of the worst songs ever written. [2] Its flowery lyrics and metaphors (notoriously likening lost love to a cake left out in the rain) have been described as "bloated" and "loopy." [1] Webb commented: "Those lyrics were all very real to me: there was nothing psychedelic about it to me. The cake, it was an available object. It was what I saw in the park at the birthday parties." [1]

Similar honorific nicknames have been given in other genres, including Aretha Franklin , who was literally crowned "Queen of Soul" by disk jockey Pervis Spann on stage in 1968. [12] Madonna and Michael Jackson have been closely associated with the terms Queen and King of Pop since the 1980s. [13] Some nicknames have been strongly promulgated and contested by various artists [14] and occasionally disowned or played down by their subjects. [15] Some notable honorific nicknames are in general usage and commonly identified with particular individuals.

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Twice was called flopped when they first debuted tho. The debut song didnt even get in top 100 melon at first ( correct me if im wrong ) --