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So I don't completely clutter my List page with names, I'm just going to stuff them right here ... so yea. lol
For the most part, you will find the list of lyrics that I will use for my personal hunts or projects. Also, if you are wondering why some of the lines in the first lyric are slanted, it means that I've used that name on a dragon already. It's kind of a way for me to see the progress of the song, without getting rid of the lyrics completely.






Since my last lyric naming project finished, I'm going to do another. It's the lyrics of Crazy Ride, by Michelle Branch. Seeing that some lines repeat, I'm going to get a little creative with the names lol
15 CB Reds To Go!

Goodnight big moon
~ Sweet dreams  baby
If I could have one wish tonight
It would be that
~ you'll always keep
Keep the starlight in your eyes
So one day you'll grow up
~ one day you'll walk out
In this big world on your own
And there'll be days when
~ your heart will break and

You swear that
~ all your strength is gone
And then you'll find
~ a way to carry on

Heaven knows
~ that it's a crazy ride

It's never perfect
~ all the time
It'll pull you down
~ and send you flying
So baby, hold on tight
~ on this crazy ride
So don't be scared when
~ you're in the darkness
The sun is swallowed

~ by the ground
You'll think it's gone
~ but it's hanging on
It's just on the other side

~of town
Even when it's lost

~ it can be found
Heaven knows that
~ it's a crazy ride
It is never perfect all the time
It'll pull you down and
~ send you flying

So baby
~ hold on tight

~~ on this crazy ride
Heaven knows
~ that it's
~~ a crazy ride
It's never

~ perfect all the time
You know it's just a crazy ride
It's never perfect all the time
It'll pull you
~ down and send you flying
So baby, hold on tight
~ on this
~~ crazy ride
Goodnight big moon
~ sweet dreams - baby.

Of course, I would just have to end up finding another thing that I would really like to keep on my scroll. This is a poem that I read while reading a story I rather liked. It's talking about the death of someone near and dear to one. Seeing that I've lost a few people in my life that were really close to me, and that I'm fully aware that I'm going to face this many more times in my lifetime, I would like to have this poem on my scroll. As to what I'll use for it is a mystery to me at this point, but I'll think of something.
40 lines

"Blue skies, fluffy white clouds
slightly tinged with gray.
Majestic trees dappling the light,
on a warm and peaceful day.
A gentle breeze, helps the leaves
to wave a rustling welcome
as the ambiance soothes the soul
lulling senses, nearly numbed.
On the forest floor, a mottled mat,
a carpet of fallen leaves.
Laying peacefully, in silent repose
un-bestirred by that gentle breeze.
their very essence enriching the soil
from whence they originally came.
dull colors belying the reality
of their previous vibrant fame.
The valley lays peaceful below
from the vantage point on the hill.
a verdant patchwork quilt
sown by hands of practiced skill.
Loved ones, from near and far,
gather to honor and praise.
Bringing stories and memories
of younger and happier days.
With a will of steel, a loving heart,
kind eyes and gentle smile,
you taught us to be better people
with your life lived free from guile.
Accepting that which must be accepted,
unafraid to change what should be changed
teaching restraint and patience
lest raw emotion be unchained.
A lifetime of living
has led to this spot
near the love of a lifetime
You never forgot.
Now, the breeze and the leaves,
with barely heard sighs,
join in our mourning
and whisper good-byes."
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