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9 thoughts on “ Sail Across The Water - Jane Siberry - When I Was A Boy (CD, Album)

  1. Samujinn
    album. When I Was A Boy Jane Siberry. 12 songs (1 hour Jane Siberry feat. K. D. Lang: 3. Love Is Everything Jane Siberry: 4. Sail Across The Water Jane Siberry: 5. All The Candles in the World Jane Siberry: 6. Sweet Incarnadine Listen to your favorite songs from When I Was A Boy by Jane Siberry Now. Stream ad.
  2. Doujas
    White tray: This is siberry #6, recorded somewhere between June 91 and Jan. There is a one minute space between tracks 11 and Original US CD release. No SID codes. For original US press (SRC master, SRC press), see Jane Siberry - When I Was A Boy.
  3. Voran
    Jane Siberry - Sail Across the Water Lyrics. Love is trembling, trembling like the little bird we hold within our hands Love is bending, bending towards the worried brow here Let me wip.
  4. Akizuru
    Listen to Calling All Angels by Jane Siberry. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline.
  5. Arashill
    Sail across the water by Jane Siberry. Love is trembling. Trembling like the little bird we hold within our hands. Love is bending. Bending towards the worried brow. Here, let me wipe away your tears. Love is kneeling. Above the broken body. The ever-upturned face. Love .
  6. Nehn
    Jane Siberry - Écoutez Jane Siberry sur Deezer. Avec Deezer, musique en streaming, découvrez plus de 56 millions de titres, créez vos propres playlists, téléchargez-les .
  7. Fesar
    Tracklist with lyrics of the album WHEN I WAS A BOY [] of Jane Siberry: Temple - Calling All Angels - Love Is Everything - Sail Across The Water - All.
  8. Shakarisar
    One of the more meditative songs found on Jane’s album When I Was A Boy, ‘Sail Across The Water’ can be interpreted as a simple warm, spiritual love ballad with sea-based imagery.
  9. Arashinris
    Jan 01,  · "Sail Across the Water" and "Temple" were the other singles from the album. Several songs included electronic textures; "Temple" was Siberry's first song that was popular in dance clubs. The album was also Siberry's first to explore more spiritual .