Sir Patrick Spens remains one of the most anthologized of British popular ballads, partly because it exemplifies the traditional ballad form. There is no one definitive version of more validity than any other, because the song continues in oral tradition and it may be interpreted in both the singing and the transcription. Up and spak an eldern knicht, Sat at the kings richt kne: "Sir Patrick Spens is the best sailor That sails upon the s. The king has written a braid letter, And signed it wi his hand, And sent it to Sir Patrick Spens, Was walking on the strand. To Noroway! to Noroway! to Noroway oer the faem! The king's daughter to Noroway 'Tis thou maun bring her hame.
Album · 2007 · 16 Songs. Get Apple Music on iOS, Android, Mac and Windows. 16 Songs, 56 Minutes. Emotionally Charged Peter Spence. Listen on Apple Music. Margaret/How to Love (remix). Lovely Here (Sweet Jamaica) - Single (Second Chances Riddim).
Peter Lewis joined the group onstage for the finale William Gibson paid tribute to Spence in his collection of essays, Distrust That Particular Flavor, in which he marvelled at his tailor adjusted jeans. Patrick Bunyan, All Around The Town: Amazing Manhattan Facts and Curiosities. Fordham University Press, 1999. "Web Page Under Construction".
Stir it up; little darlin', stir it up. Come on, baby, Come on and stir it up: little darlin', stir it up. Ooh, It's been a long, long time, yeah, (Stir it. .Stir it, stir it, stir it together) D E A D E Since I got you on my mind. ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh) Oh-oh A Now you are here (stir it, stir it, stir it together), I said D E It's so clear A To see what we could do, baby, (ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh) D E Just me. and you. A D E A D E Stir it up; little darlin', stir it up. Come on, baby. A D E A D E Come on and stir it up: little darlin', stir it up. Ooh. A I'll push the wood (stir it, stir it, stir it together).
|A||–Peter Spence||Stir It Up|
|B||–Patrick Johnson||Love Me More|