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Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte (album) - Track Listing
... Track number Title Songwriter(s) 1 Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte 2 Try To Remember 3 Green Leaves Of Summer 4 Jamaica Farewell 5 Croce Di Oro 6 Who's Gonna Shoe My Pretty Little Feet 7 ... on Columbia Say Wonderful Things (1963) Love After Midnight (1964) Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1965) Today My Way (1967) Gentle on My Mind (1968) Honey Come Back (1970) ...
The Goss Girls - The Goss' Shh
... is famous for its 'Shh' section, which was formerly known as 'Hush Hush' ... Now this item has appeared as the Goss Girls' Hush Hush item in their column ...
Chris Faller
... Chris Faller (born May 1, 1985) is the bassist of The Hush Sound ... joined the band last after much persuasion from drummer Darren Wilson, and since then The Hush Sound has been signed by Fueled By Ramen ... Faller and The Hush Sound released a new album, titled Goodbye Blues ...
Alien Secrets - Story
... While aboard the spacecraft she unexpectedly befriends an alien named Hush ... Hush is desperately searching for a sacred artifact that has been stolen from him ... The relic is of great importance, not only to Hush it is a valued item among his people ...
Hush! (2001 Film)
... Hush! (Japanese ハッシュ!) is a Japanese film directed by Ryosuke Hashiguchi, starring Seiichi Tanabe, Kazuya Takahashi and Reiko Kataoka, released in 2001 ... The theme song is "Hush Little Baby" from the album Hush performed by Bobby McFerrin and Yo-Yo Ma ...

Famous quotes containing the word hush:

    Now close the windows and hush all the fields:
    If the trees must, let them silently toss....
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    “But, first a hush of peace—a soundless calm descends;
    The struggle of distress, and fierce impatience ends;
    Mute music soothes my breast—unuttered harmony,
    That I could never dream, till Earth was lost to me.
    Emily Brontë (1818–1848)