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Everyday's A Holiday Question

Discussion in 'Archive' started by WishesFan, Mar 7, 2005.

  1. WishesFan

    WishesFan Member

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    For those of you who have this recording, what do the Kids of the Kingdom sing at the beginning of the Halloween section? This is what I can make out-

    Chorus:
    The sun is gone,
    The wind's turned cold,
    And ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

    This has really been bugging me. Thanks again!

    -Rick
     
  2. Steve LeVine

    Steve LeVine Member

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    Mine is pretty clear and it sounds like
    "and autumn has scared the night"
     
  3. WishesFan

    WishesFan Member

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    Thanks, but that phrase doesn't make sense. If that's right, that's some pretty carelessly written lyrics. (NOTHING AGAINST THE AMAZING DISNEY THEME PARK COMPOSERS! I just think that sounds different) Would you mind listening one more time? Thanks!!

    -Rick
     
  4. Steve LeVine

    Steve LeVine Member

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    I'm sticking with it. Listened to that part multiple times. Lets hear some other opinions. I have to believe many people have the file
     
  5. mmmfan

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    I thought it was "autumn is in the night".After listening many times,I think it is "autumn has scared the night".I agree with Steve. :)
     
  6. CPNHOOK15

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    ???

    Maybe I'm missing something here, but I don't understand why 'Autumn has scared the night' doesn't make sense?

    Seems fine to me.
     

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