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She and sang
She sang him Scott's charming ballad `` Rosabelle '', which was the vogue of the moment.
She sang only two songs in the film, " Que Sera, Sera ( Whatever Will Be, Will Be )" which won an Academy Award for Best Original Song and " We'll Love Again ".
She also sang the jazz song " After You've Gone " for the end credits of the film The Cat's Meow ( 2001 ).
She wrote and sang lead vocals on Surfer Rosas " Gigantic ", and the single " Bam Thwok ", credited as Mrs. John Murphy on the former composition — at the time she was married and she used this name as an ironic feminist joke.
She also sang lead vocals on the Francis-written " Into the White " and the Neil Young cover " I've Been Waiting for You ", both B-sides.
She sang with Goodman's orchestra in two 1943 films, Stage Door Canteen and The Powers Girl.
Bailey later said " She sang a few songs that she had written, and I thought to myself, this kid is like nineteen years old, where does she get this?
She sang in the operas children's choir at the Staatstheater Nürnberg.
Post-punk act Siouxsie and the Banshees revisited " She Cracked " on Downside Up, as did Seaweed on the John Peel Sub-Pop Sessions album, and Joan Jett sang " Roadrunner " on her cover album, The Hit List.
She sang " Mulberry ", a song about her time in the countryside after the Japanese collapse in World War II for only the third time in her life, with Thurston Moore.
She recorded a duet of " Santa Claus is Coming to Town " with Chris Isaak on his 2004 Christmas album Chris Isaak Christmas and sang with Isaak on his PBS Christmas television special.
She sang a coded song to Mary, a trusted fellow slave, that was a farewell.
She sang in a trio of little girls dressed in bellhop uniforms.
She was also featured on the first single from Donell Jones ' second album, " U Know What's Up ", and she sang " Space Cowboy " with * NSYNC on their 2000 album, No Strings Attached.
She played the violin and sang her own original compositions.
She sang in her role opposite Maurice Chevalier in the Ernst Lubitsch musical The Smiling Lieutenant ( 1931 ), and was admired by critics for her ability to shrewdly play character role opposite the Miriam Hopkins.
She sang with Tony Pastor's big band.
She sang " When October Goes " – lyrics by Johnny Mercer and music by Barry Manilow ( after Mercer's death ) – from Manilow's 1984 album 2: 00 AM Paradise Cafe, and discussed what an excellent musician Manilow was.
With the aid of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and her husband Franklin D. Roosevelt, Anderson performed a critically acclaimed open-air concert on Easter Sunday, April 9, 1939, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D. C. She sang before a crowd of more than 75, 000 people and a radio audience in the millions.
She sang one final song and then died.
She also sang the R & B classic " Ooh Child " with the girl group Destiny's Child.
She sang " Same Ol ' Story " followed by a newly remixed version of " Girls Just Want to Have Fun ".
She taught herself to play on the violin and flute, and sang in the peasants ' fairs in Sweden with her brother.
She had a featured role as Queenie in Universal Pictures ' 1936 version of Show Boat starring Irene Dunne, and sang a verse of Can't Help Lovin ' Dat Man with Dunne, Helen Morgan, Paul Robeson, and the African-American chorus.
She sang in church and local pageants until age 17 when Warnes was offered an opera scholarship to Immaculate Heart College.

She and Reach
She implemented four major initiatives: Take Time For Kids, an awareness campaign to educate parents and caregivers on parenting ; family literacy, through cooperation with the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, she urged Texas communities to establish family literacy programs ; Reach Out and Read, a pediatric reading program ; and Ready to Read, an early childhood educational program.
She was renamed in 1922 as HMS President and served as the London Division RNR drill ship until 1988, when she was sold privately and remains moored at King's Reach.
She appeared in the 2006 documentary Christa McAuliffe: Reach for the Stars.
She played in the Ottawa Youth Orchestra and was a spare on the Reach for the Top team.
She appears in the books Halo: The Fall of Reach, Halo: First Strike, Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, and Halo: Glasslands, as well as the Halo Legends shorts " Homecoming " and " The Package ," and Halo: Reach.
She is best known for her singles " Dreams ", " Rise " and " Out of Reach ".
The band reached stardom during the early 1990s with hit singles like " Don't Treat Me Bad " " Reach For The Sky " and " All She Wrote ", as well as their signature ballads " I Live My Life for You ", " Love of a Lifetime ", and " When I Look Into Your Eyes ".
More than twenty-five singles have entered Top 40 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the number one hit " She Don't Know She's Beautiful " and ten more Top Ten hits: " Cadillac Style ", " Anywhere but Here ", " Haunted Heart ", " Queen of My Double-Wide Trailer ", " I Can't Reach Her Anymore ", " National Working Woman's Holiday ", " Third Rate Romance ", " Meant to Be ", " Vidalia ", and " Love of My Life ".
The camera was successfully used in a number of projects including " Postcards from the Future ", directed by Alan Chan and shot by Eric Adkins ; a Snickers commercial, directed by Jesse Dylan and shot by Rolf Kestermann ; a beer commercial by Curtis Clark, ASC ; a Greenpeace commercial, shot by Florian Stadler ; a Motorola commercial, shot by Byron Werner ; a short entitled " The Trident ", directed by Anurag Mehta and shot by David Stump, ASC ; " She Called Up ", a music video for the band Crowded House shot by Damian Acevedo ; a promo for ABC 7 Eyewitness News, shot by Mark Zavad ; " Reach for Me " a feature film directed by LeVar Burton and shot by Kris Kosskove ; and most recently a British short, " Drop ", directed by Gavin Toomey and shot by Tom Debenham, starring Russell Tovey.
She has an organization called We Reach, a charity which has assembled an advisory board in the entertainment industry to help young girls around the country organize charity events in their hometowns.
She appeared in the films Angels One Five, Reach for the Sky, The Battle of Britain and a TV series The War in the Air.

She and For
She continued to make minor and frequently nostalgic period musicals such as Starlift, The West Point Story, On Moonlight Bay, By the Light of the Silvery Moon, and Tea For Two for Warner Brothers.
She therefore ( as mentioned at the Kypria according to Proclus as part of a plan hatched by Zeus and Themis ) tossed into the party the Apple of Discord, a golden apple inscribed Kallisti – " For the most beautiful one ", or " To the Fairest One " – provoking the goddesses to begin quarreling about the appropriate recipient.
She made her professional feature film debut in Three For The Road with Charlie Sheen.
* Murder She Wrote-A Very Good Year For Murder ( 1988 )
She encouraged Schwitters to ' Merz ' this ephemera, the result of which was a sequence of proto-pop art pictures such as For Käte, 1947.
She was selected to play " Pilar " in the 1943 film For Whom the Bell Tolls, winning an Oscar and a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress-Motion Picture.
She released a Christmas album called For Christmas with Love ( recorded in Hollywood, California ) and later signed with A & M Records, releasing more albums including, A Gift of Song and Climb Ev ' ry Mountain.
For example: " He gives her a flower " or " She gave the watch to John ".
For example, in the sentences She gave birth naturally and Naturally, she gave birth, the word naturally has different meanings.
She worked in Off Broadway productions such as For Dear Life and Dancing on Checker's Grave, and supported herself with several part-time jobs, which included working as a telemarketer, waitress, and bike messenger.
He wrote an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde for the Showtime network, which was nominated for a Writer's Guild of America award, and a Murder, She Wrote movie, Murder, She Wrote: A Story to Die For, which he produced.
She writes,For I saw no wrath except on man's side, and He forgives that in us, for wrath is nothing else but a perversity and an opposition to peace and to love ”.
For instance, common vocabulary are found in Hakka, Min, and She ( Hmong – Mien ) languages.
She also appeared in Rudolph Maté's For the First Time, with Mario Lanza, later that year.
She clarified her meaning on the difference between speculative and science fiction, admitting that others use the terms interchangeably: " For me, the science fiction label belongs on books with things in them that we can't yet do .... speculative fiction means a work that employs the means already to hand and that takes place on Planet Earth.
She reveals her love for him, and he tells her he believes he feels the same way (" There But For You Go I ").
For a long time Parlophone claimed the best selling UK single " She Loves You ", and the best selling UK album Sgt.
For a long time Parlophone claimed the best selling UK single " She Loves You ", and the best selling UK album Sgt.
* Tresor 177: Neil Landstrumm – She Took A Bullet Meant For Me ( 2x12 "/ CD )
She is also the subject of a 2005 fact-based Canadian-German made-for-television movie, entitled Hunt For Justice which follows her quest to indict Bosnian war criminals.
She is a contributing editor for the online magazine One For The Table, and she is an occasional contributor to the Huffington Post.
She wrote or co-wrote songs for what would be the Minutemen's final album, 3-Way Tie ( For Last ), and to Watt's post-Minutemen band Firehose.
She turned this to her advantage by launching a satirical revue, Too Hot For Paris.

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