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Moses Opposite Jesus Ordinance Coherence Only Demonstrable Escape
The Cast is DIE Deliberate Insanity Escape
Moses Opposite Jesus Ordinance Coherence Only Demonstrable Escape
The Cast is DIE Deliberate Insanity Escape

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Published by: Frank Gallagher on Mar 29, 2013
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MOJO CODE 13Moses Opposite Jesus Ordinance Coherence Only Demonstrable Escapewww.MOJO13.com 13Truths Holistic Interactive Retrospect Transcendental Electromagnetic Equilibrium Enslavers Nemesis
Sap Boat
 Never Ending War StoryHORNY FOGHaven Outlaw Rothschild Naive Yahoos Fools Opulent GoldGMGold MentalistsROW ROE ROWRites of War Roots of Evil Rites of WealthyPrivates Pyrites PiratesOwers Ores OarsBROWBritannia Rules Our Wavelengthshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Row,_Row,_Row_Your_Boat "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"is anEnglish language nursery rhyme, and a popular children's song, often sung as around.  Play (help·info)
It can also be an 'action' nursery rhyme where singers sit opposite one another and 'row' forwards and backwards with joined hands.It has aRoud Folk Song Indexnumber of 19236.What goes a round comes a round getting Nowhere
Contents[hide]1 Lyrics2 Origins3 Meaning4 Additional or alternate verses5 In popular culture6 Notes[edit]LyricsThe most common modern version is:Row, row, row your boat,Gently down the stream.Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,Life is but a dream.' v:shapes="_x0000_i1027"> Children play "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" at a kindergartenIt has been suggested that the song may have originally arisen out of Americanminstrelsy.[1]  The earliest printing of the song is from 1852, when the lyrics were published with similar lyrics tothose used today, but with a very different tune.[1] It was reprinted again two years later with the same lyrics and another tune.The modern tune was first recorded with the lyrics in 1881, mentioning Eliphalet Oram Lytein The Franklin Square Song Collectionbut not making it clear whether he was the composer or adapter .[1][edit]MeaningThe lyrics have often been used as ametaphor  for life's difficult choices, and many see the boat as referring to one's self or a group with which one identifies.[2]  Rowingis a skillful, if tedious, practice that takes perfection but also directs the vessel.[3]  When sung as a group, the act of rowingbecomes a unifier, as oars should be in sync for the progression of a rowboat. The idea that human beings travel along a certain stream [time] and suggests boundaries in the  pathof  choices and infree will.[4]  The third line recommends that challenges should be greeted in stride while open to joy with a smile.[5] 

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