Father Father Will you forgive me If I should leave your garden? I will miss the water lilies White are still my sheets of linen White is still my skin that I Bathe in scents of memories And of "Joy" by Jean Patou. Father Father Will you forget me When I've crossed the seventh sea? I will sink this boat, this canopic jar To feel again the beating of your royal heart Blood as pure as porcelain Fills my loins and lungs I'll sink to the bottom To the Valley of the Kings. Father Father" Track Info.
Song for My Father is a 1965 album by the Horace Silver Quintet, released on the Blue Note label in 1965. The album was inspired by a trip that Silver had made to Brazil. The cover artwork features a photograph of Silver's father, John Tavares Silver, to whom the title song was dedicated. My mother was of Irish and Negro descent, my father of Portuguese origin," Silver recalls in the liner notes: "He was born on the island of Maio, one of the Cape Verde Islands.
B3. Where Have They Gone? 5:03. B4. Change Has Got To Come. Producer, Written-By, Mixed By – Father Father. Programmed By, Arranged By, Keyboards – Stephan Powys. Soloist – Fay Simpson. Strings – Chris Brierley, Elspeth Cowey, Ginny Strawson, Helen Kaminga, Mark Pharoah, Rachel Maguire, Richard Kioster, Robert Woollard. Vocals – Andrea Encinas-Meade, Berverley Leint, Hilda Campbell, John Campbell (2), Leonnard Meade, Mark Beswick, Nicholas Brown, Sarah Brown. Written-By – Richardson, Powys.
Washington Rain (05:06) 10. Where. Artist: Father Father Title: We Are All So Very Happy Year Of Release: 1991 Label: Go! Discs Ltd Genre: Funk, Soul Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: 01. The Year I Came To Be (03:59) 02. Long As The Rain Keeps Fallin' (04:30) 03. Don't Cry For Me (03:43) 04. Father Father (03:43) 05. Love Life And Life Loving (04:00) 06. Winds Of Change (04:04) 07. Oh Sister (04:15) 08. One Chance (05:01) 09. Washington Rain (05:06) 10. Where Have They Gone? (05:05) 11.
Father and Son" is the third chapter in Heavy Rain. This chapter takes place two years after Jason Mars' death in the previous chapter and eighteen months after Ethan's recovery from a six-month long coma. This chapter largely serves as demonstration of just how shattered Ethan's life is; his wife has divorced him some time ago, and now his second and last son is cold and distant to him.
Washington's Father/Daughter Dance has been going strong for over 15 years, cultivating the important bond.
It shows his 10-year-old son running to school - in the rain - as punishment for being a little bully. Bryan Thornhill, from Roanoke, said his son, Hayden, was suspended from the school bus for three days last week, so the boy had to make the mile-long trip on foot. It was a no-brainer for me: Your son is kicked off the bus, so do you drive him to school? No - that’s a treat. That wasn’t an option, Thornhill said Tuesday in a phone interview with The Washington Post.
|B1||Washington Rain (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)||6:01|
|B2||Little Girl Blue||4:12|
NotesTitles taken from the official release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side): GODX 62 A-1U-1- Town House DMM
- Matrix / Runout (B-side): GODX 62 B-1U-1- Town House DMM
|GODX 62||Father Father||Washington Rain (12")||Go! Discs||GODX 62||UK||1991|
|GODCD 62, 869 579-2||Father Father||Washington Rain (CD, Maxi)||Go! Discs, Go! Discs||GODCD 62, 869 579-2||Netherlands||1991|
|GOD 62||Father Father||Washington Rain (7")||Go! Discs||GOD 62||UK||1991|
|869 578-7||Father Father||Washington Rain (7")||Go! Discs||869 578-7||Germany||1991|
|869 579-1||Father Father||Washington Rain (12")||Go! Discs||869 579-1||Netherlands||1991|