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“I Have the Moon” is a song by Lush, off of the soundtrack to the film, “ Nowhere. of a river / lovely moonchild / dreaming in the shadow of the willow. see the lights on the shore getting farther away / I don't know if I'll make it home Lyrics include, “because I'm still in love with you / I want to see you. I'll meet you in the morning by the bright riverside. When all sorrow has drifted away. I'll be standin' at the portals when the gates open wide. At the close of life's . Dottie Rambo's family has attempted to collect the lyrics of songs written by her. As the lyrics get as we find. Please keep checking back to see the new additions. I Will Lift You There · I Will Never . What Will It Be Beyond The River For Me.
You might want to write these down. She showed me how. What does he mean? I know you don't die now. You've got a schedule for everything. That doesn't make any sense. Doctor, what do we do? How do we help you? I'm sorry, Rory, you can't. Ponds, just listen to me. I need to talk to your daughter. Find River Song and tell her something for me. Apparently you used all your remaining regenerations in one go.
You shouldn't have done that. Mother, I had to try. He said no one could save him — but he must have known I could. She just needs to rest. She'll be absolutely fine. She will be amazing. So they made you a doctor today, did they? How clever you are. According to some accounts, it's the day the Doctor dies.
On the Plain of Sighs. An impossible astronaut will rise from the deep, and strike the Time Lord dead. And this is where it begins. You never really escaped us, Melody Pond.
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We were always coming for you. I made you what you are. The woman who kills the Doctor. Here we are at last.
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I can't stop it. The suit's in control. You're not supposed to. This has to happen. Running brought me here. I tried to fight it, but I can't. This is where I die. This is a fixed point. This must happen — this always happens. You won't even remember this. How can I be there? That's you from the future. Serving time for a murder you probably can't remember. Why would you do that? So that you know this is inevitable.
And you are forgiven. Always and completely forgiven. Time can be rewritten. What have you done?! Well, I think I just drained my weapons systems.
But this is fixed! This is a fixed point in time! Fixed points can be rewritten. Who told you — [time collapses] River: Am I the woman who marries you? Or the woman who murders you? I don't want to marry you. I don't want to murder you. Such a basic mistake, Madame Kovarian: Who else was I going to fall in love with? Those reports of the sunspots and the solar flares, they're wrong.
It's not the Sun, it's you. The sky is full of a million million voices saying, "Yes, of course we'll help. You've decided that the universe is better off without you — But the universe doesn't agree.
River, no one can help me. A fixed point has been altered. I can't let you die! I have to die! I can't let you die without knowing you are loved — by so many and so much — and by no one more than me.
River, you and I, we know what this means: We are Ground Zero of an explosion that will engulf all reality. Billions on billions will suffer and die. I'll suffer if I have to kill you. More than every living thing in the universe?
Are you really sure? Of course I'm sure, I'm his wife! The Angels Take Manhattan [7. When one's in love with an ageless god who insists on the face of a twelve-year-old, one does one's best to hide the damage. The wrist is pretty bad, too.
What are you talking about? Back away from the Angel. We'll figure something out. The Angel — would it send me back to the same time, to him? But it's my best shot, yeah? I just have to blink, right? I know it will. Me and Rory together. Just- Just stop it! You are creating fixed time! I will never be able to see you again! I'll be with him. Come along, Pond, please. Raggedy man, [Amy turns to look the Doctor in the eye] goodbye!
Amy's name appears alongside Rory's on the gravestone] The Doctor: They were your parents. Travel with me, then. Whenever and wherever you want. But not all the time. This book I've got to write, Melody Malone.
I presume I send it to Amy to get it published? Yet, there was always so much to go around, if you know what I mean. You know, there was so much energy and sharing and inspiration and pure moments and quality times together on very little or no money. Do you remember exactly when you met Leonard Cohen?
Where were you that night, do you remember? It was maybe several months into my relationship with Armand, which was mostly based on being dancing partners together. And he would watch us dancing, of course. So Leonard Cohen saw you when you were a young girl in love?
Oh very much so. So, he was more or less chronicling the times and seemingly got a kick out of it laughs. When did you then strike up this friendship that Leonard Cohen describes in song? With Leonard, it happened more in the beginning of the sixties. When I was living then separated from Armand, I went and was very much interested in the waterfront. Lawrence River held a particular poetry and beauty to me and I decided to live there with our daughter, Julie.
Leonard heard about this place I was living, with crooked floors and a poetic view of the river, and he came to visit me many times. We had tea together many times and mandarin oranges. Leonard Cohen later said that the opening verse of his poem, later to be the song "Suzanne", was a poetic account of the time he spent with her in the Summer of But apparently it got into the attention of Judy Collins, who urged Leonard to write a song based on the poem. That is me still, yes. What did you think about your portrayal?
What did he mean, do you think? Well, that could be. The half crazy could pertain to the sadness, but I think it was because I was so on a creative drive and the focuses were so strong in spite of any private grief I may have about my break up with Armand and the wheres and whys. There was so much other wonderful things happening. There was the activism. I was already becoming aware of recycling at a very young, young age and I might say, I might be a pioneer in that because I was going to the Salvation Army and getting old dresses and old pieces of just cloth and making something quite wonderful out of them to dress myself, my child, and to make wonderful clothes.
Is that something about your level of particular intimacy between you?
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Well, I think the river is the river of life and that river, the St. Lawrence River that we shared, tied us together. And it was a union. It was a spirit union. Now Suzanne takes your hand and she leads you to the river she is wearing rags and feathers from Salvation Army counters And the sun pours down like honey on our lady of the harbour And she shows you where to look among the garbage and flowers Suzanne: He was "drinking me in" more than I even recognized, if you know what I mean.
I took all that moment for granted.
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It was very unique, very, very unique. Could you describe one of the typical evenings that you spent with Leonard Cohen at the time the song was written? I would always light a candle and serve tea and it would be quiet for several minutes, then we would speak. So it really was the tea and oranges that are in the song? Very definitely, very definitely, and the candle, who I named Anastasia, the flame of the candle was Anastasia to me. It just was a spiritual moment that I had with the lightening of the candle.
Joan at the time, and still do. And that was something you shared, both of you?