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EMINEM LYRICS - MockingbirdYeah I know sometimes things may not always make sense to you right now But hey, what daddy always tell you? Straighten up little soldier Stiffen up that upper lip What you crying about? You got me. Hailie, I know you miss your mom, and I know you miss your dad When I'm gone but I'm trying to give you the life that I never had I can see you're sad, even when you smile, even when you laugh I can see it in your eyes, deep inside you want to cry 'Cause you're scared, I ain't there? [Chorus:] Now hush little baby, don't you cry Everything's gonna be alright Stiffen that upper lip up, little lady, I told ya Daddy's here to hold ya through the night I know mommy's not here right now and we don't know why We feel how we feel inside It may seem a little crazy, pretty baby But I promise mama's gon' be alright [Chorus] Thanks to GeeQ3 for adding these lyrics. EMINEM lyrics are property and copyright of their owners."
"I think its okay, reverend, she doesn't understand it"Foot-WashersDO NOT READ"dont you all believe in foot-washing?"To Kill a Mockingbird: ContextNelle Harper Lee was born on April 28, 1926, in Monroeville, Alabama, a sleepy small town similar in many ways to Maycomb, the setting of To Kill a Mockingbird. Like Atticus Finch, the father of Scout, the narrator and protagonist of To Kill a Mockingbird, Lee’s father was a lawyer. Among Lee’s childhood friends was the future novelist and essayist Truman Capote, from whom she drew inspiration for the character Dill. Yet the book’s setting and characters are not the only aspects of the story shaped by events that occurred during Lee’s childhood. Lee began To Kill a Mockingbird in the mid-1950s, after moving to New York to become a writer. Critical response to To Kill a Mockingbird was mixed: a number of critics found the narrative voice of a nine-year-old girl unconvincing and called the novel overly moralistic. In 1993, Lee penned a brief foreword to her book.
GenderFeminism"Foot-Washers""but sometimes the Bible in the hand of one hand..."IdeasInnocence